Friday, May 29, 2020

Fundraising challenge for region’s cancer support group

Barossa Area Fundraisers for Cancer are facing one of their biggest challenges yet with the coronavirus restrictions impacting their fundraising initiatives.

A time to blossom

As everyone bunkers down at home, adhering to social distancing rules in the effort to minimise the spread of COVID-19, gardeners are...

Work continues on Barossa Culture Hub

The proposed Barossa Culture Hub continues to gain momentum with the development application currently before the state assessment officer.

Police presence

With venues closed and people staying in, there’s more time and resources available to zero in on those not doing the right...

Keeping the region moving

For fifty years Angaston Transport has looked after the carting needs of the region. From transporting sheep, cattle, grain...

COVID-19 Local Updates

Stage Two restrictions brought forwardMonday, May 25Stage Two of easing COVID-19 restrictions has been brought forward to June 1.Restrictions were previously earmarked to ease...

Barossa plans zero increase

The Barossa Council are working towards a zero increase in rate revenue for the 2020/21 financial year with elected members discussing the...

Remembering Vietnam

At dawn on ANZAC Day, Iain Seabrook will pause to remember. Whilst this year’s commemorations won’t be the same...

Keep the blood flowing

Angaston’s Merawyn Hadden would give her left arm to help others, or at least the blood from it. She’s...

Negativity doesn’t build anything, says James

A third of the country’s wineries could disappear in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Australian Grape and Wine, the...