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  • Let’s stick together

    Bumper stickers are back – to keep South Australia phylloxera free. Following the success of the original bumper sticker campaign by the Phylloxera Board about 20 years ago to raise awareness about the potentially devastating effects of phylloxera to the wine industry, Vinehealth Australia has...

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  • Calling all Riverland Women in Wine

    The Australian Women in Wine Awards (AWIWA) are the first and (still) the only awards platform for women in wine. Entries and nominations, from the wine community, are now open for 2018 AWIWA.

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  • $150 million to recharge regions

    The State Government is inviting applications for a $5 million competitive funding round as part of a $150 million ‘Recharging our Regions’ package. Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development Tim Whetstone is encouraging innovative and creative applications for the 2018-19...

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  • Fruit Fly Workshop

    Following the Fruit Fly simulation exercise coordinated by PIRSA and the industry on May 3, Citrus Australia have organised an information and education session for South Australian fruit growers. The workshop will be held on Thursday, August 2 at the Riverland Field Day site. The focus will be on...

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  • Riverland wines in Queensland

    Mike Hayes is a local hero in Stanthorpe. He’s lived his whole life there, two or three hours out of Brisbane, southwest towards the NSW border. He’s the (national) ASVO Winemaker of the year. He buys Riverland grapes, makes Riverland wine and wins gold medals. He’s a tireless advocate for...

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  • Regional tourism expert checks us out

    Regional tourism expert, Simon McArthur, visited various tourist businesses and cellar doors recently as part of our Riverland on the Verge international wine tourism project. The purpose of the visit was to identify strengths and gaps in the current Riverland tourist offering to focus our...

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  • How changes to the Heavy Vehicles laws will affect farmers

    Changes to the Chain of Responsibility laws will come into force on October 1, 2018.  The changes align these laws more closely with workplace health and safety laws.  This means that everyone in the heavy vehicle transport supply chain – including farmers – has a duty to ensure the safety of their...

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  • Electricity savings – $2,009 per member PA

    The first batch of 22 Riverland Wine members who responded to the invitation to collaborate and put their electricity consumption out to tender, through ‘Energy Action’ will receive advice this week about their savings as a result of the first tender: $44,209 saved by twenty two members. That’s an...

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