Friday, July 19, 2019

Nuriootpa RSL’s newest President

At 49 years of age, Rob Nies is one of the youngest RSL presidents in South Australia, taking the Nuriootpa sub-branch into...

Age no limit for Grant in Reliability Trials

After more than two decades in retirement, 77-year old motorbiking veteran, Grant Thomas is making a competitive comeback in the Masters class...

Barossa is industry hotspot

The Barossa has been named as a key industry hotspot for specialised food processing employment in regional Australia, a Regional Australia Institute...

Petrol theft in the region

Ten petrol drive-off offences have occurred between the two main fuel outlets in Nuriootpa since the beginning of December.

Fire destroys Mount Pleasant home

A fundraising quest has been launched by the family of Paul and Pam Kelly, whose house was destroyed by fire on Thursday...

Quality over quantity for 2019 vintage

The 2019 vintage will be about quality rather than quantity this year with yields seriously down from previous vintages but good colour...

Finding ways to get through tough times

Farmers across the region continue to hand feed their stock with some sections of the Barossa also carting in water as they...

Barossa Campus plans unveiled

Pursuing university studies while remaining in the region will become a lot easier for students with the Barossa Campus, a regional first,...

Georgia is SA Youth of the Year

Nuriootpa High School graduate, Georgia Thomas has claimed top prize in the Lions Youth of the Year state final held at Berri.

Barossa tourism hotspots win accolades at Australian Tourism Awards

Seppeltsfield Estate Barossa has won silver in the Tourism Wineries, Distilleries and Breweries category and Vasse Virgin has won a bronze medal...