Sunday, March 24, 2019

Autumn edition of The Barossa Mag

Autumn is most certainly my favourite season of all. As we all eagerly await the seasonal transformation of...

Car cruise raises $41,000

Kapunda Charity Car Cruise have raised $41,000 for the Kapunda Hospital, which will go towards upgrading the 16 year old helipad.

Local women assist in world-first clinical trial

For Kapunda mother of two, Kirralee Pratt the outcome of a clinical trial to find the most effective strategy for optimising cervical...

Traffic study for Nuriootpa’s Gawler Street

The State Government will work with The Barossa Council to develop a broader response to safety and traffic concerns on Gawler Street, Nuriootpa.

Mount Pleasant Show is here!

Mount Pleasant is ready to hold their popular agricultural show tomorrow at Talunga Park. The age old favourites will...

Equipment boost for local hospitals

Finding a vein in patients who are undergoing cancer treatment or are in palliative care will now be much easier after a...

Grants for former students

Sixteen former Kapunda High School students have collectively received $26,000 through the Centenary Education Foundation of Australia grants programme.

Shaun shaves for Leukemia Foundation

Nuriootpa's Shaun Hammerling shaved his head on Sunday at Barossa Cucina, Tanunda, to raise money for the Leukemia Foundation World's Greatest Shave.

Barossa’s 2019 Miss Universe contender

Eleanor Heidrich, Rowland Flat wanted to be taken out of her comfort zone and will do just that on March 6 when...

Hospital revamp

A $200,000 major revamp to the Hage Suite of the Angaston Hospital has been officially unveiled. Funded by the...