Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Council backs bottle refund

The Barossa Council has agreed to support in principle the Local Government Association’s proposal to investigate a 10 cent refund on wine...

Greenock’s set for Feastival

Focusing on all things local, the Greenock Feast-ival will bring together the community while celebrating local talents and businesses.

Council seeks support for Angaston Railway project

About twenty members of community groups and local tradespeople gathered with Barossa Council officers and Angaston Community and Business Alliance (ACBA)...

Marananga Brass Band showcase Barossa’s best

There was band music, singing and coffee as Marananga Brass Band showcased many of the Barossa’s most talented musical artists when they...

Our invisible homeless

Geoff looks like an average sixty-year-old; slightly portly, smiling eyes, bewhiskered chin. A typical retiree, enjoying the quiet Barossa life.

Celebrating 30 years in the Barossa community

Country Home Services (formerly CHAP) provides the Barossa community with a range of home care and social support services to assist those...

Milestones for Waechter family

It was a double celebration for the Waechter family on Sunday when Marie played her 400th game for the Nuriootpa Hockey Club...

Help for those affected by drought

More than fifty people took advantage of the Federal Government’s drought outreach events held in Eudunda and Freeling last week.

Recognition of 40 years to Lyndoch Red Cross

It was a special day for Lyndoch Red Cross on Monday as two ladies reached their 40 years of service to the...

Shop local for your last chance to win a $10,000 holiday

Excitement continues to build at participating businesses across the region with shoppers having until this Sunday to place their entries into The...