Friday, January 24, 2020

Barossa Nursery answers the call for unique Kirkman peach

Some may be lucky enough to have established trees growing in their gardens or orchards, but it’s been a good while since...

Angaston History Centre opened

Angaston has furthered its reputation as the go-to destination for history buffs, with the official opening of its History Centre in Murray...

20 years of service

“Everything will end up here sooner or later!” declared longtime Community Helpers volunteer, Peter Tate. Take some time to...

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...

Together by Grace

It was all a matter of timing for the congregations of St. John’s and St. Paul’s Lutheran Churches in Tanunda to begin...

100 years for Gordon

Gordon Fechner doesn’t know why he’s lived so long, other than the fact he’s just kept breathing. His sense...

2019 Barossa Vintage officially declared

The wine fraternity Barons of Barossa has named Tim Smith, of Vine Vale as this year's Barossa Winemaker of the Year and...

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,...

Months of hard work behind popular display

Over 600 tourists and locals visited the Women of the Bible display at the Zion Lutheran Church Hall, Angaston over the Vintage...

Community frustrated by Viterra closure

The closure of Robertstown's Viterra site has left farmers in the region frustrated and disappointed. Farmers from Robertstown, Point...