Sunday, May 31, 2020

SA Power Networks depot on schedule

The new SA Power Networks depot on Crennis Mines Road, Angaston is on track to be completed by August 2020, according to...

Hefty radish has Merv reminiscing

When it comes to growing Japanese radishes, Mr Merv Ellis, of Kapunda certainly hasn’t lost his touch. The octogenarian...

Barossa Tourist Park inundated with bookings

They’ve only been re-opened for just over a week, but already BIG4 Barossa Tourist Park, Nuriootpa have been inundated with people wanting...

“Keep the change” say Barossa Coffee Boys

Stop by Nosh in Tanunda on a Friday, and you’ll probably encounter a colourful bunch of retired men, chewing the fat over...

Auto industry driving forward

The COVID-19 pandemic has pummelled the region’s economy, yet Barossa Valley Toyota’s Gordon Alderslade said there is a glimmer of light at...

Together we serve

Faith, family, food and fun are the driving factors behind Tanunda couple, Des and Lorna Schiller’s mission to serve.

Mother fights to keep son’s memorial

The future of a roadside memorial placed in memory of Kersbrook’s John McAlpine is with Barossa elected members when they meet next...

New technology for Mount Pleasant CFS

Thanks to donations from their community, Mount Pleasant CFS have recently been able to purchase a brand new thermal imaging camera.

Rain brings confidence to farmers

Good soaking Autumn rains have brought smiles to farmer’s faces and some much needed optimism for a promising season ahead.

Barossa artist’s project brings community together

Connecting and celebrating artists’ contribution to the region’s culture is the aim behind project, 100 Barossa Artists. The project...