Some of the Riverland's most famous names could soon become ambassadors for the region.
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The State Election campaign of Chaffey candidate Yvonne Zeppel was given a boost in recent days.
The Renmark Paringa Council hopes to continue the healthy eating and lifestyle program RiverLife past its expiry date in June this year.
Riverland parents sending their children to school for the first time this year have embraced a new rule stipulating that schools only have one intake per year.
A group of local cyclists has finished third on a nationwide fundraising 'leader board'.
The Renmark Paringa Council is set to be $120,000 better off in 2013/14 than initially forecast, according to its half-yearly budget review.
The state's small business and not-for-profit sector could save $400 million in State Government red tape over four years, under a new policy released by the SA Liberals this week.
Early signs suggest a controversial plan to cap council rate rises is likely to split the Riverland community.
A Renmark-based environmental group will soon decide whether stormwater than runs into Bookmark Creek is posing a threat to marine species.
Berri Barmera cat owners could soon face mandatory microchipping and a two-cat limit among other regulations to be set out in a new council animal management bylaw.
Renmark has already reached 40 per cent of its total average yearly rainfall, despite only being two summer months into the year.