Sunday, January 23, 2022

New way to raise much needed funds

A live video performance from entertainer,  Rodney Vincent on social media has proved to be a winner for Barossa Area Fundraisers for...

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...

Truro’s cane toad tip-off

Truro has been croaking with news of a possible cane toad sighting in the main street recently. David and...

Blooming beautiful

Wander around the back streets of Barossa towns and it’s looking extra rosey according to one Tanunda couple whose garden is a...

A shed load of work

From making giant toys for primary school students, to restoring garden benches for the elderly, volunteers at the Kapunda Shed have been...

Fire too close to home

Altona resident, Vicki Hewton has felt overwhelmed with emotions after witnessing the recent Pewsey Vale Fire from her home.

Town bypass brings opportunity

It has been talked about for more than 20 years and now the township of Truro will be bypassed with main street...

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...

A love more precious than platinum

A Penrice couple’s enduring love has become more precious than platinum as they celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary on October 20.

New festive traditions for English Ellie

From a woolly jumper next to a fireplace to “throwing a shrimp on the barbie” in board shorts, Ms Ellie Beaumont has...