Friday, July 19, 2019

Mental Health Action

A Mental Health First Aid course will begin teaching individuals in the Barossa how to assist other adults who are having a...

The F.A.R.M Centre launched in time for winter sport start

The Freeling Agricultural, Recreation and Multi-purpose Centre (The F.A.R.M. Centre) will be open to the public tomorrow in time for the first...

Marananga Brass Band showcase Barossa’s best

There was band music, singing and coffee as Marananga Brass Band showcased many of the Barossa’s most talented musical artists when they...

Region’s crime spree

At least five Barossa businesses have been targeted by theft with electrical tools and petrol stolen during the spree which started in...

Our invisible homeless

Geoff looks like an average sixty-year-old; slightly portly, smiling eyes, bewhiskered chin. A typical retiree, enjoying the quiet Barossa life.

Autumn edition of The Barossa Mag

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

Greenock’s set for Feastival

Focusing on all things local, the Greenock Feast-ival will bring together the community while celebrating local talents and businesses.

Almost $3,000 raised to beat blood cancer

Barossa Enterprises and Vinpac International came together on Friday to banish their everyday 9-5 hairdos to embrace a new look as they...

Rain brings delight to farmers

Last Wednesday morning farmers woke up with a sigh of relief after substantial rain fall overnight. Dairy farmer, Mr...

Mount Pleasant Show is here!

Mount Pleasant is ready to hold their popular agricultural show tomorrow at Talunga Park. The age old favourites will...