Sunday, January 23, 2022

“Under threat”

Light Regional Council are fighting against what Mayor Bill O’Brien has described as a “highly questionable takeover” from two neighbouring Councils seeking...

Sophie to represent Australia for the second time

She may only be 19, but Tanunda’s Sophie Collings will represent the country for the second time in hockey next year.

Celebrating history of Christmas in Angaston

Angaston History Centre at 21 Murray Street is holding a new exhibition on the theme ‘Christmas in Angaston’ on Saturdays from 1...

Doctors wear crazy socks for mental health

Angaston Medical Centre doctors have chosen their craziest socks to wear tomorrow for Crazy Socks 4 Docs Day. Held...

Community generosity keeps BAFFC strong

The newest recipient of the prestigious Paul Harris Fellow, Julie Combe defers the recognition away from herself and onto Barossa Area Fundraisers...

A long marriage is just commonsense

The secret to 60 years of marriage, according to Bev and Errol James is commonsense. The Tanunda couple who...

There’s more to say after R U OK?

Are you okay? They’re just three simple words, but they can mean so much to someone who needs to...

The in between

As the 17th attempt to legislate voluntary assisted dying goes before SA Parliament, advocates share why they believe there should be...

“Keep the change” say Barossa Coffee Boys

Stop by Nosh in Tanunda on a Friday, and you’ll probably encounter a colourful bunch of retired men, chewing the fat over...

Valley Power Equipment celebrates 10 years

Ten years ago two great mates decided to open up a power equipment store. Now, they run the hugely...