FINDING out what matters most to young locals is the aim of a campaign being launched by The River News and the District Council of Loxton Waikerie (DCLW) this week.
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WAIKERIE growers and carriers have expressed their outrage after being asked to provide weight notes to board the Waikerie Ferry or risk being rejected.
THE Cadell Store's recent closure has seen the local community band together to continue vital services for the town and its visitors.
ADVERTISING consultant Mayley Harris is the newest addition to The River News team.
POOR internet access in the Riverland West area was among key concerns expressed to a local MP at his mobile electorate office last week.
FAMILY First's Chaffey candidate Yvonne Zeppel and Legislative Council member Robert Brokenshire visited Waikerie on Sunday as part of a three-day tour of the Riverland.
THE Riverland Community Legal Service has begun offering a free legal advice centre in Morgan.
PASSENGERS disembarking paddle steamers at the Swan Reach wharf will have easier access to the town as part of upgrades planned by the Mid Murray Council.
MID Murray community groups are encouraged to use their council's Fun4YOUth mobile facility for local programs and events.
MINIMAL phone coverage and blackspots in the Mid Murray area have been highlighted as a major concern.
MID Murray Council has raised concerns over the Liberal Party's State Election proposal to review and cap council rates set by the Essential Services Commission of SA (ESCOSA).