Sunday, August 9, 2020

A fond farewell to Karinya

Their name is synonymous with the rolling hills and rich farming land of Keyneton, but the time has come for fifth generation...

‘Respecting our past, creating our future’

A place with a vibrant, can-do community. That’s how Light Regional Council Mayor, Bill O’Brien and Deputy Mayor, Deane...

Industry remains steady during pandemic

Low interest rates coupled with grant opportunities to build are providing another boost to the real estate industry which remained steady during...

JobKeeper programme a lifesaver for Barossa businesses

“It has been a lifesaver.” That’s how Angaston based, Stainless Engineering and Maintenance (SEAM) owner/operator, John Evans describes the Federal Government’s JobKeeper...

Gungellan Hotel’s ghostly experiences

If you go to any old pub or hotel that has a rich history, chances are there’s been some kind of paranormal...

Rain on the way after dry July

Much of the state has experienced a drier than average July, with Nuriootpa’s weather station recording only 18.6mm for the month.

Age no barrier to vineyard pruning

There’s plenty of stories shared between mates, James Mader and Allan Baumann, as they reflect on  their pruning adventures and demonstrate age...

Demand grows for locally made hand sanitiser

Two Truro businesses have combined their knowledge and product to create the region’s locally made hand sanitiser. In the...

Quiet first birthday for Community Helpers warehouse

It’s been 12 months since Community Helpers Inc. officially opened its new warehouse at Nuriootpa and the important milestone wasn’t going to...

Eudunda RSL milestone

There is pride in the eyes of Eudunda RSL sub branch president, Mr John Stephens as he welcomes visitors to the town’s...