Thursday, April 15, 2021

Nuriootpa’s illegal dumping disgrace

Nuriootpa resident, Mr James Ruwoldt is feeling shocked after he noticed dumping of unwanted household items at his block of land recently. 

A blessing in disguise

Effervescent Anglican priest, Father Steven deKleer, of Angaston is busily preparing for the return of parishioners to Sunday church services following somewhat...

Club remains hopeful of Tanunda relocation

A change to The Barossa Council’s Big Project has forced the Barossa Rams Rugby Club to call for support as they face...

Lives at risk

“People are dying, there is no doubt about that.” These are the words of Chris Robson, Ambulance Employee’s Association...

Restoration project complete

Geoffrey Feltus, together with some others, built the stone barn at Coulthard House, Nuriootpa in the 1970’s and says he is lucky...

Gearing up for Angaston Show

Angaston Show will be kicking off strong tomorrow with many attractions and events to amaze and entertain attending punters.

Industry tightens to combat viral disease

Pig farmers across the region are stepping up their biosecurity measures in an effort to keep African swine fever out of the...

Cementing Barossa’s history

They might be nicknamed “rusties”, but members of the Barossa Valley Machinery Preservation Society are anything but, putting in a sterling effort...

Homecoming for Callum

He grew up in the Barossa Valley, has captured the hearts of  “Masterchef” fans across the nation, written cookbooks and runs a...

Maintenance programme to start

Grant funding from The Barossa Council will enable Nuriootpa Futures Association to work towards the first step in a maintenance programme of...