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Healthy Coorong, dead fish

On Thursday, May 30, hundreds of fish washed upon the shore of the Coorong’s southern lagoon, dead, left to rot in the winter sun. After...

Cultures coming together

The Rural City of Murray Bridge in collaboration with the Murraylands Migrant Resource Centre and Genuine Support Services Australia will be hosting the annual...

Locals raise algae concerns

The State Opposition has expressed its concerns after blue-green algae sludge has started trickling down the River Murray from New South Wales. South Australian locals...

Black spot concerns, Pasin

Member for Barker Tony Pasin has expressed his concerns with the Federal Government after a program to improve and extend mobile phone coverage in...

Discover what’s on in the Murraylands

MUSIC WITH A VIEW SPOTLIGHTING TALENT - Friday, June 14, Murray Bridge RSL, 6pm-9pm. Enjoy a night of listening to Zara Chantelle. OFF AND RUNNING MURRAY BRIDGE...

Celebrating grandparents

Unity College Murray Bridge celebrated Grandparents Day on Wednesday, June 5.

Farmers given funding assistance

Funding has been put aside in the 2024/25 State Budget to assist farmers in achieving the state's net zero emissions target, however former Mannum...

Fireworks approved for ‘Bridge

For two years the Murray Bridge community and visitors have missed out on fireworks during New Year’s Eve (NYE) celebrations. In 2022 the community missed...

Camping under the stars

A local business will be taking the next steps to reducing homelessness in the Adelaide Hills and Murraylands communities. This year Australian Portable Camps (APC)...

Eighty years of giving back

Murray Bridge resident David Heard has celebrated 80 years of dedicated service to St John - the longest serving St John volunteer in the...

Rodney, Jeanette awarded

On Friday June 7 the Murray Bridge Social Garden Group president Deirdre Kitto welcomed 38 members, seven visitors and there were 11 apologies. The guest...