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Tue, 29 July 2014|6:08pm
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$1m shortfall

WAIKERIE could be without a caravan park from June next year unless developers solve a $1 million funding shortfall, the local council has revealed.

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Grain talks at Waikerie

GRAIN growers from across the southern cropping region are set to converge on Waikerie for next month's Grains Research Update.

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Local main street mention

WAIKERIE was highlighted as a "thriving country town" as part of having the Mainstreet of the Month recently.

Michelle returns from a trip of a lifetime

WAIKERIE High School (WHS) year 10 student Michelle Twigden says her three-month exchange was a "big change" to life in her hometown.

Students to speak in Canberra

MEMBER for Barker Tony Pasin is encouraging local high school students to put their views to the House of Representatives as part of this year's My First Speech Competition.

Greatest grandpa revealed

GRANDFATHER-OF-NINE David Liebich has been crowned the 2014 Waikerie and Districts Grandpa of the Year.

Catholic churches to amalgamate

THE five Catholic parishes of the Riverland are set to amalgamate next month and become a single parish - the Parish of Our Lady of the River.

Water skis, bike stolen

WATER skis and a mountain bike were allegedly stolen from a caravan at Scotts Creek, Morgan, over the weekend.

Morgan to host bike launch

MORGAN will host the launch of Bicycle SA's 2014 Annual Tour for the Murraylands and Riverland next month.

Young drivers give new laws the boot

CHANGES to driving laws for provisional licence holders will have a greater impact on country drivers than their city counterparts, according to two local P-plate drivers.

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