Home » 2013 » November

Bring back the Barossa trains

A petition signed by 990 people calling on the State Government to reinstate regular passenger train services to the Barossa has been tabled

Lack of funding forces programme closure

A decline in funding has forced the closure of a youth mentoring programme designed to assist the region’s youth.

Lutheran Community Care has

Residents concerned over mining proposal

Greenock couple, Janet and Malcolm Nitschke have worked well past retirement age to secure good quality farming land for the future of their

Why do you they do this?

Angaston Garden Club volunteers have become fed up with the constant vandalism attacks to their dedicated work in beautifying Angaston.

The latest attack

Grey water gardens an inspiration heading into summer

Nestled in the backstreets of Craneford lies a line of hidden treasures; a row of four houses with beautifully decorated, maintained and presented

FoodWorks in Nuriootpa best in state

FoodWorks Nuriootpa was awarded South Australian Store of the Year at the supermarket’s annual Store Awards held during the FoodWorks National Conference last

Wolf Blass named “International Winemaker of the Year”

Wolf Blass Wines, Nuriootpa, has been named International Winemaker of the Year at the 2013 International Wine and Spirit Competition (IWSC) in London

Co-op aims to grow

A new location for Nuriootpa Foodland and merging the Barossa Mitre 10 stores form part of The Co-op’s 10 year strategic plan.


Wine industry responds to Salvation Army’s alcohol review

The Salvation Army are calling for a review of alcohol advertising and promotion in the within the Barossa Valley; a call that requires a

Talks of Kapunda Hospital sanitation unit closure

Country Health SA has confirmed they are exploring the possibility of closing down the sterilisation unit at Kapunda Hospital to provide services at