Wednesday, April 8, 2020

Sad and shocked

It will be ‘business as usual’ for Barossa Valley General Motors Owner’s Club in wake of last week’s news Holden was closing...

Pallet donations to help wildlife

Barossa Enterprises, Nuriootpa are re-purposing donated pallets into boxes which will provide vital protection and shelter for bushfire affected animals.

Outstanding Fashion Graduate award for Ashleigh

Tanunda’s Ashleigh Harris has won the HomeStart Outstanding Fashion Graduate of the Year award after her first ever runway show and collection...

A lasting legacy for Roma

It was an emotional morning for Barossa Village last Thursday as two staff members shaved their heads in honour of their late...

Collecting goods for injured wildlife

Barossa Veterinary Service, Nuriootpa and Kapunda has been collecting donations and goods for Adelaide Koala and Wildlife Hospital in wake of the...

New home for Community Helpers

Community Helpers have a place of their own after their new warehouse was officially opened last Friday. Mr Tony...

$120 million plan revealed

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

Daniel recognised with Premier’s Award

Former Nuriootpa High School student and now radiation consultant, Daniel Emes is the first recipient of the state’s Premier Energy and...

New entrance addresses safety concerns

Traffic movement through Penrice is soon to become a lot easier with a new entrance and exit point to Penrice Quarry.

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...