Sunday, September 27, 2020

Sad and shocked

It will be ‘business as usual’ for Barossa Valley General Motors Owner’s Club in wake of last week’s news Holden was closing...

Lyndoch CFS volunteer’s lucky break

In 2015 Sam Brighurst lost all his possessions when the Pinery Fire swept through the property he was living on near Hamley...

Pallet donations to help wildlife

Barossa Enterprises, Nuriootpa are re-purposing donated pallets into boxes which will provide vital protection and shelter for bushfire affected animals.

Football players win Froggy Fry Memorial match

On Friday night the ninth annual Froggy Fry Memorial T20 match was held between Nuriootpa Rover Football Club and Nuriootpa Cricket Club...

Barossa flavour in MasterChef: Back to Win

MasterChef: Back to Win on Channel 10 this year will feature two familiar faces from the Barossa region. Angaston’s...

Painting the nation teal

When it comes to raising awareness of ovarian cancer, Kapunda’s Megan McWaters is the first to line up. But...

Adrian receives Service to Industry award

Ebenezer’s Adrian Hoffmann was recognised on Sunday by his peers in being awarded the Barossa Grape and Wine Association’s Service to Industry...

Vintage officially declared

The wine fraternity Barons of Barossa on Sunday named Stuart Bourne as this year’s Barossa Winemaker of the Year and Fiona and...

Outstanding Fashion Graduate award for Ashleigh

Tanunda’s Ashleigh Harris has won the HomeStart Outstanding Fashion Graduate of the Year award after her first ever runway show and collection...

New entrance addresses safety concerns

Traffic movement through Penrice is soon to become a lot easier with a new entrance and exit point to Penrice Quarry.