Friday, December 13, 2019

$120 million plan revealed

Light Regional Council have adopted a master plan that represents millions of dollars worth of investment for the region.

Lions book sales reach 20 year mark

What was initially planned as a ‘one off’ activity for the Angaston and District Lions Club, book sales have since become their...

Call for ban on GM crops to be lifted

Sixth generation Freeling farmer, Corbin Schuster is among many South Australian producers calling for the ban on genetically modified (GM) crops to...

Lids are now off and travelling

When the Grow Love Community Garden volunteers decide to make a difference in the world, they go for it in a big...

Coffee awards for two Barossa businesses

Nuriootpa businesses, Bean Addiction and Barista Sista both recently won awards at the Golden Bean Australia and New Zealand 2019 Competition.

Barossa’s Black Friday boom

The Barossa has embraced the chance to make the most of Black Friday sales with retailers reporting significant achievements for the day.

Industry tightens to combat viral disease

Pig farmers across the region are stepping up their biosecurity measures in an effort to keep African swine fever out of the...

Together by Grace

It was all a matter of timing for the congregations of St. John’s and St. Paul’s Lutheran Churches in Tanunda to begin...

RedHeads opens new cellar door

RedHeads’ new cellar door, located at 258 Angaston Road, will open to the public on Saturday. The RedHeads Village...

Another blow for farmers

Strong wind last Friday has blown recently cut hay out of paddocks and across roads, causing headaches for farmers enduring another dry...