Thursday, June 30, 2022

Autumn edition of The Barossa Mag

Autumn is most certainly my favourite season of all. As we all eagerly await the seasonal transformation of...

Sarah is Trainee of the Year

Sarah Mills from Williamstown has been named the 2019 Trainee of the Year after studying a Certificate III in Beauty Services.

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...

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...

The Leader scores hat-trick at Country Press Awards

It was a night of glitz, glamour and gongs for The Leader at the annual Country Press SA 2019 Awards held at...

Frustration over firewood theft

Laws carrying tougher penalties for activists who  trespass on primary production land may have been recently passed in SA, but it hasn’t...

Vital arts industry fights for survival through COVID-19

The Barossa has never been a place short on artistic talent.  Amongst a prestigious list of successful creatives to...

She Is Pop Up Gallery receives SALA award

It was a bittersweet moment for the She Is artist collective last week, as they handed in their key to the former...

Shop small and local with Adornment Artisan Christmas Market online

The Barossa Council is proud to present the Barossa Regional Gallery’s Adornment Artisan Christmas Market re-imagined in 2020.  Normally...

Freeling Foodworks faces closure

The words on Caroline Sandstrom’s work shirt say it all: ‘Shop friendly’, a simple phrase that embodies what Caroline and her partner,...