Saturday, October 19, 2019

State award for Trent

He may be Grounds and Facilities Officer, but Mr Trent Heneker from Nuriootpa High School’s role is much more than that.

Get your Block fix at the Farmers Market

Calling all Blockheads! Barossa Volkswagen would like to invite fans of Channel Nine’s The Block to an exclusive meet...

Tourism spend grows

An increase in tourists to the Barossa region has contributed to a state record high with $7.6 billion being spent by visitors...

100 year anniversary of Sedan Railway

Sunday was a special day for Sedan, as it was the 100 year anniversary of the town’s railway. Whilst...

Support sought for a Nuri icon

The Nuriootpa War Memorial Swimming Pool, due to celebrate its 75th anniversary next year, could be one major expense away from closure,...

Join us in the paddock

There’s a lot of love in the Barossa and it’s one woman’s mission to harness and share it around in support of...

“Under threat”

Light Regional Council are fighting against what Mayor Bill O’Brien has described as a “highly questionable takeover” from two neighbouring Councils seeking...

Angaston Bowling Club prepares for new home

Angaston Bowling Club last week received news of a $200,000 State Government grant. The club was successful in its...

Family dealership celebrates 30 years

Thirty years ago Barossa Valley Toyota opened its doors at 33 Murray Street, Tanunda bringing the Toyota brand back to the Barossa.

Club remains hopeful of Tanunda relocation

A change to The Barossa Council’s Big Project has forced the Barossa Rams Rugby Club to call for support as they face...