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TAFE SA Berri's classes are still available and running, despite teachers being offered separation packages, according to a local lecturer.

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Aerobatic champ to fly high at 2014 Field Days

Thirteen-time Australian National Aerobatic champion Chris Sperou will perform his aerobatic display at the 2014 Riverland Field Days.


Some traditions should never die

If you were one of the people last week who asked what I was planning on doing on Saturday you would have been met with this answer: "Making salami".


Spotlight to hit target?

A small local business says it will struggle to survive if sewing and craft store Spotlight opens its doors in Renmark.


The $2.7 million project plan

The Renmark Paringa Council will spend over $2.7 million on community capital projects over the 2014/15 financial year, according to its draft annual business plan and budget.


Library’s makeover chapter nears end

Bookworms and library staff have welcomed $235,000 of upgrades to the Renmark Paringa Public Library over the past few months.


Ruston takes centre stage in Canberra

Liberal Senator Anne Ruston's rise to prominence within the Coalition has continued in recent times, with two 'honours’ bestowed upon her.


Still cheap, says Renmark Paringa

The Renmark Paringa Council's average residential rates remain among the cheapest in the state, despite slight increases in general rates, waste disposal and Community Wastewater Management Scheme (CWMS) charges for 2014/15.


Waikerie’s new caravan park ‘on hold’

The developers of Waikerie's new $7.2 million caravan park "have no choice" but to put the project on hold, with the cost of approval applications putting a strain on its viability.


Let’s get the message through to our kids

A Metropolitan Fire Service (MFS) crew presented local driving-age students with "confronting" and “hard-hitting” footage of fatal and serious injury road crashes this week.


Riverland mayors head to Canberra

Two Riverland mayors were among a group that travelled to Canberra for a local government conference this week.


Lifting the lid on problem gambling20-Jun-14


Quilters to cover chemo unit with some kindness20-Jun-14


Shelter wants more space120-Jun-14


Our health: worse than we thought20-Jun-14


Labor ministers hit Riverland en masse20-Jun-14

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