Sunday, July 5, 2020

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...

Grant funding helps cover show costs

Federal Government grant funding will help the Mount Pleasant Show Society to recoup some of the costs which were incurred from the...

Diamond wedding for Jeff and Judy

Sixty years ago last Thursday, the bells of a little church built against the cliffs of the mighty Murray River rang out...

Mobile coverage win for the Mid North

Digital connection in the Mid North will receive a boost with a $600,000 partnership to tackle a mobile phone black spot at...

Barossa Regional Gallery re-opens

The Barossa Regional Gallery in Tanunda re-opened its doors to the public at 11 a.m. yesterday and continue operating on Mondays, Wednesdays...

Spend grant funding on trees says Barossa councillor

A Barossa councillor is calling for “a decent” tree planting programme for the Council area, saying trees and native bush in the...

Dean retires after 35 years

After 35 years as an accountant, Gomersal’s Mr Dean Hoklas will retire from his role at Barossa Accounting and Tax Services at...

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...

SA borders open but families still divided

Premier Marshall’s announcement last week that South Australia’s borders would be open to people travelling directly from Western Australia, Northern Territory, Tasmania,...

A timely return to Men’s Sheds

“We are very, very excited to be back,” said Mr John Scholes, Project Officer with The Barossa Council. It’s...