Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Tourism numbers decline

Day trip numbers to the Barossa have declined by 152,000 visitors in one year with visitor expenditure dropping by $21 million.

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...

Shaun shaves for Leukemia Foundation

Nuriootpa's Shaun Hammerling shaved his head on Sunday at Barossa Cucina, Tanunda, to raise money for the Leukemia Foundation World's Greatest Shave.

Nuriootpa RSL’s newest President

At 49 years of age, Rob Nies is one of the youngest RSL presidents in South Australia, taking the Nuriootpa sub-branch into...

Volunteering to make residents happy

Ms Margaret Jasper has been volunteering for nine years at Tanunda Lutheran Home and has loved every minute. She...

Sleeping out for a cause

If you think it’s been chilly overnight recently, spare a thought for our state’s homeless. Langmeil Winery’s CEO, Mr...

Event raises money for Beyond Blue

The aim for the second Ladies’ Day at Angaston Football Club was to raise awareness about mental health in the community and...

Koala capers in Nuriootpa

A stranger wandering around in Nuriootpa’s busy main street has attracted the attention of police and puzzled onlookers. Described...

Council backs bottle refund

The Barossa Council has agreed to support in principle the Local Government Association’s proposal to investigate a 10 cent refund on wine...

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...