Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Angaston History Centre opened

Angaston has furthered its reputation as the go-to destination for history buffs, with the official opening of its History Centre in Murray...

She Is Becoming exhibition part of huge Barossa SALA

Five emerging artists have collaborated for their second year in a row to produce their SALA exhibition, ‘She Is Becoming’, held from...

Barossa women tackle 30km Coastrek for mental health

‘Fitness 3 and then there’s me’ is the name four Barossa women have chosen for their Adelaide Coastrek team, but you won’t...

Barossa Nursery answers the call for unique Kirkman peach

Some may be lucky enough to have established trees growing in their gardens or orchards, but it’s been a good while since...

Rain brings delight to farmers

Last Wednesday morning farmers woke up with a sigh of relief after substantial rain fall overnight. Dairy farmer, Mr...

Recycling effort creates prosthetic limbs

The Barossa’s efforts to recycle the top to their milk or juice containers has resulted in the collection of enough caps to...

Pinery regreening continues

About 8,500 native plants were given to landholders affected by the 2015 Pinery bushfire at the latest landscape recovery plant giveaway.

Help for those affected by drought

More than fifty people took advantage of the Federal Government’s drought outreach events held in Eudunda and Freeling last week.

Volunteering to make residents happy

Ms Margaret Jasper has been volunteering for nine years at Tanunda Lutheran Home and has loved every minute. She...

Collaborative mural for Nuriootpa

On April 19 Fleur Social Nuriootpa held a community painting day to reinvigorate a fence along the side driveway.