Sunday, August 9, 2020

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...

Programme helps to shape futures

A partnership with Nuriootpa High School and Shaping Futures has paved the way for Nuriootpa’s Bronwyn Taylor to gain experience in the...

Pain for grain

Farmers from Eudunda, Robertstown and surrounding districts voiced an emotional plea to Viterra Australia to reconsider its decision to permanently close the...

Penny Chappell is Barossa, Light and Gawler Netball Association’s Senior 1 Best and Fairest

Kapunda Netball Club’s Penny Chappell has been announced as Barossa Light and Gawler Netball Association’s Senior 1 Best and Fairest, and part...

Mine masterpiece comes to life

Slowly but surely, a giant mural depicting the mining heritage of Kapunda is coming to life. Each and every...

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...

Let the show go on

Angaston and Tanunda Shows will be able to continue to run their “high impact” events on the ovals after The Barossa Council...

Big plans for award winning expo

Sixty exhibitors will converge on The Rex, Tanunda for the Barossa Community Disability Expo on February 23. Spearheaded by...

$50 million hotel for Seppeltsfield

A new $50 million six-star luxury hotel and day spa at Seppeltsfield is set to become an iconic landmark for the Barossa...

Barossa Farmers Market re-opens

Barossa Farmers Marketre-opens Barossa farmers market re-opens >> Martin Ritzmann and Beck Tucker of Mehl Sourdough; Lisa Werner of Jersey Fresh and Marie Waechter of Waechter’s...