Sunday, August 18, 2019

We need our village

It’s been little more than a week since the Barossa Council’s Suicide Prevention Forum, but already Dan Eggleton of Tanunda has had...

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.

Cementing Barossa’s history

They might be nicknamed “rusties”, but members of the Barossa Valley Machinery Preservation Society are anything but, putting in a sterling effort...

Supporting Samantha

New Year’s Eve and birthdays are times for celebration but for Samantha Foreman, these usually joyous days brought life-changing news.

SA’s racing industry at risk

The Barossa could lose some big names in the racing industry unless changes happen to the tax handicap claims prominent racing identity,...

Room to move

Relocating Filmer Delivery from its Moppa Road location to a larger premise on the Sturt Highway, Nuriootpa was a mighty task for...

Volunteering to make residents happy

Ms Margaret Jasper has been volunteering for nine years at Tanunda Lutheran Home and has loved every minute. She...

Almost $3,000 raised to beat blood cancer

Barossa Enterprises and Vinpac International came together on Friday to banish their everyday 9-5 hairdos to embrace a new look as they...

Collaborative mural for Nuriootpa

On April 19 Fleur Social Nuriootpa held a community painting day to reinvigorate a fence along the side driveway.

Generous donation helps Youth Barossa

Valley Hot Rodders Association has this year donated $750 to the “Drive My Future” programme. Trudy Vaughan, the...