Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Georgia is SA Youth of the Year

Nuriootpa High School graduate, Georgia Thomas has claimed top prize in the Lions Youth of the Year state final held at Berri.

Barossa goes on tour

This July over 45 Barossa winemakers plus artisan gin, live music, delicious food and the ‘only in Barossa’ Kegelbahn will hit the...

Council seeks support for Angaston Railway project

About twenty members of community groups and local tradespeople gathered with Barossa Council officers and Angaston Community and Business Alliance (ACBA)...

The gift of life, register now to be an organ donor

Ian Plush is so grateful he was given a second chance at life after being a double transplant recipient, receiving a kidney...

Koala capers in Nuriootpa

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

Cementing Barossa’s history

They might be nicknamed “rusties”, but members of the Barossa Valley Machinery Preservation Society are anything but, putting in a sterling effort...

Love is the secret to a long and happy life

Everyday, just before 10 a.m., you’ll see a little red gopher on its way to Barossa Village. The gentleman...

Bilyara expansion makes way for Penfolds relocation

Treasury Wine Estate will invest at least $150 million on a major infrastructure boost of their Bilyara site at Nuriootpa over the...

Massive re-development for Nuriootpa Primary

Nuriootpa Primary School’s massive re-development will finally begin in January, expected to take around a year to complete. ...

Council’s hopes for Barossa airstrip

The Barossa Council Mayor, Mr Bim Lange, says Council hasn’t given up on the vision for a regional airstrip for the Barossa,...