Local News

Milang Crash Death Renoved From Road Toll

The SA road toll has been revised down after it was found an elderly man who died in a rollover at Milang last week, crashed due to medical reasons. Emergency crew were called to the Milang caravan park last Wednesday (June 20) after reports a car had hit a tree and...

Greens Launch Mayo Campaign With Former Leader

Greens candidate for Mayo Major Moogy Sumner is officially launching his campaign for the by-election this weekend, with former Federal Greens leader Bob Brown as a special guest. SA Senator Sarah Hanson Young will also be at the Mylor Hall on Sunday from 1pm for the Moogy for Mayo launch, Major...

Carp Plan May Miss Deadline

loca Despite a December deadline, the National Carp Control Plan may look for an extension. The Fisheries Research and Development Corporation issued an update last week saying they wouldn’t allow the deadline to shape the plan outcomes. The update stressed how important the River Murray is to the country and that if the...

Former Murray Bridge Man Missing

Police are looking for a former Murray Bridge resident who hasn’t made contact with his family since early June. Adrian Tee, who is also known to frequent the Christie Downs area, hasn’t been in touch since June 2. Police are concerned with his welfare and are asking anyone who may know where...

Redgum Front Man Back To Support Mayo

Redgum front man John Schumann is back fighting for the electorate of Mayo, 20 years after unsuccessfully challenging former Liberal MP Alexander Downer for the seat. Schumann will be at Centre Alliance Candidate Rebekha Sharkie's RocKwiz findraising event in Echunga this weekend, Mr Schumann telling the Advertiser that he’s not endorsing...

Murraylands Part Of Regional Employment Trial

The Murraylands is one of ten districts across the country, to trial a new Regional Employment Program. The announcement that the region is part of the 21 month program was made by Member for Barker Tony Pasin and Minister for Jobs and Innovation Michaelia Cash, with $1 million to be shared...

Fog Lights Face Fines

Hills Fleurieu police are reminding drivers to remember to turn fog lights off or face a fine. With foggy conditions becoming a regular occurrence across the region this time of year, drivers are using the brighter lights to ensure they don’t get into a collision with other vehicles but police say...

Teen Thief Caught With Help From Locals

A sixteen year old boy will face court, after police found him with copper wire and tools in a Mt Barker industrial area. Police have thanked the public for calling in when the boy was spotted in the area late at night, the quick response from officers meant they found the...

Sounds By The River Lineup Announced

The line up for Sounds by the River 2019 in Mannum has been announced with Aussie legend Jimmy Barnes to headline the bill. Barnsey will be joined by Joan Jett and the Blackhearts, The Living End, Diesel, Richard Clapton and Chocolate Starfish. Promoter Duane McDonald, who established SOUNDS BY THE RIVER 10...

Police Hunt Coonalpyn Fuel Thief

Police are looking for information on two recent diesel thefts in Coonalpyn. The fuel was taken from two Burns Rd properties between June 7 and 11, if anyone has information that could help the investigation, police are asking for you to come forward via Crime Stoppers 1800 333 000.