Crops in the Riverland are thriving after a promising start.
The easing of COVID-19 restrictions hasn't been the cause for celebration for many publicans and cafe owners, as we would have hoped.
The development of new port projects on the Eyre Peninsula has been a hot topic for many years, with growers wanting alternative options to Viterra's facilities at Port Lincoln and Thevenard to increase competition. Soon, they could be spoilt for choice.
THE concept of free trade is a very positive one for export-driven countries such as Australia. But, as the saying goes, perhaps nothing in life is truly free.
THE long-awaited Independent Review of Lower Lakes Science Informing Water Management is unlikely to end debate on the lakes' future.
A PUSH to have five regional state electorates consolidated into four threatens to further erode the representation of country people in State Parliament.
GRAIN producers keen to grow genetically-modified crops had reason to celebrate this week, with the state government announcing it had reached a deal with the opposition to pass its legislation to lift the GM moratorium on mainland SA.
With Free Eyre's Port Spencer project edging closer to construction, and a multi-commodity port still in the works at Cape Hardy, debate has again erupted about which project growers favour.
In January, the US achieved a remarkable coup with China, locking down a bilateral goods and services export deal potentially worth almost $400 billion by next year.