Thursday, June 30, 2022

Lyn is one helpful hippo

Generally, a hippo riding a quad bike in the vineyard might be considered unusual, but knowing Lyn Hobbs, it’s perfectly acceptable.

Beam helps KI to reconnect

After suffering infrastructure loss during recent bushfires on Kangaroo Island, the team at Beam Internet, Nuriootpa are doing as much as they...

Lyndoch CFS volunteer’s lucky break

In 2015 Sam Brighurst lost all his possessions when the Pinery Fire swept through the property he was living on near Hamley...

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...

“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...

Homecoming for Callum

He grew up in the Barossa Valley, has captured the hearts of  “Masterchef” fans across the nation, written cookbooks and runs a...

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...

Work continues on Barossa Culture Hub

The proposed Barossa Culture Hub continues to gain momentum with the development application currently before the state assessment officer.

Fishers cast opinion on SA fishing licence

South Australian recreational fishers are being asked to have their say on priorities for the future growth of the sector, including whether...

Programme helps to drive youth future

The Drive My Future programme is back on the road and offering in car assistance for learner drivers to gain their logbook...