Saturday, July 31, 2021

Council to monitor intersection traffic

The Barossa Council has reiterated upgrades to the intersection of Stockwell and Penrice Roads have been designed to Australian standards, with increased...

Small steps to a plastic free future

As part of Plastic Free July, Justin Forshaw and his wife Donna, from The Real Pantry in Angaston, are encouraging the use...

Passing the fiery batten

New recruit to Lyndoch Fire Brigade, Jennifer Batten is thrilled to be working alongside her father, Reuben Batten as his 22 years...

State rural ambassador title for Jacqui

One week on from bringing home a state ambassador title, the dust is yet to settle for Eden Valley teenager, Ms Jacqui...

Beaming

Internet service provider set to expand after Swoop’s multi-million dollar acquisition A Barossa-based internet provider is set to...

Eudunda silo art underway

Eudunda will soon be home to the 50th silo mural in Australia, with work commencing at the Viterra site in recent weeks.

Indigenous culture and history celebrated during NAIDOC Week

Encouraging Aboriginal issues to become a part of household discussions was among the focus of a local farming couple during last week’s...

Heritage garden “coming up roses”

Green thumbs were on display last Friday morning as volunteers began planting out the Lutheran Heritage Garden in front of historic Tabor...

School’s out

They’ve seen blackboards and chalk replaced by high tech classroom gadgets, even taught the children of former students, but now “School’s out”...

Thumbs up for you, Barossa poo

The Cancer Council have officially celebrated Barossa residents as they record one of the highest participation rates of the national bowel cancer...
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