Wednesday, January 29, 2020

DRYING UP

Eden Valley farmers are facing one of their toughest challenges yet, forced to buy in water to keep their stock going.

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...

Kapunda business celebrates milestone

Encouragement to purchase a truck and start his own business led to Kapunda’s Chris Watts forming Agrihaul. It...

Lives at risk

“People are dying, there is no doubt about that.” These are the words of Chris Robson, Ambulance Employee’s Association...

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...

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...

Barossa Keoride up and running

The Barossa’s new On-Demand bus service, Keoride has already exceeded passenger numbers of the existing Dial-A-Ride service in its first week of...

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...

Enjoying the fruits of labour

Health reasons have forced Ebenezer’s Marcus Schulz to slow down from operating Schulz Wines but he still has involvement with the family...

Why dump on us?

In the more than 30 years John Semmler has been involved in Barossa Valley Rotary Club, never has he seen so much...