Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Ken prepares for next chapter

He has been charged with managing the region’s biggest supermarket and has overseen the move to two locations but from next month...

New home for Barossa Rental Specialists

It’s hard to miss Barossa Rental Specialists’ new Tanunda location. The bright, purple coloured building at the corner of...

New equipment promotes play, laughter and joy

Barossa Village, Nuriootpa residents will be laughing and smiling with joy thanks to their new piece of equipment, the Dutch named Tovertafel.

Time for a think tank

Change is good when we choose it, difficult when we don’t. We also know that nothing stays the same, that change...

Costs for Culture Hub increase

Recent costing for the proposed Barossa Culture Hub has increased the project to $10,603 million with The Barossa Council seeking further grant...

$50 million hotel for Seppeltsfield

A new $50 million six-star luxury hotel and day spa at Seppeltsfield is set to become an iconic landmark for the Barossa...

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,...

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.

Thousands of people at Barossa Fringe on Tour

Thousands of locals and tourists alike celebrated the Barossa Fringe on Tour over the weekend, with the event as a whole being...

New initiative for Barossa Enterprises

It was a special day for Barossa Enterprises last Tuesday, as they launched new initiative, Barossa Community Enterprises (BCE).