Wednesday, January 29, 2020

$150,000 project to be unveiled in Nuriootpa

The significant upgrade to Nuriootpa's Coulthard House is nearly complete and will be unveiled to the community on April 12.

Challenging times for bees

Beekeepers are urging people to reassess what they spray and what chemicals they use following a decline in food for bees.

Cheers to World Milk Day

Communities around the world are being encouraged to celebrate World Milk Day, to highlight the importance of dairy to the global economy,...

Going mobile to meet Barossa demand

The Barossa has been identified as an area of great need with services or access to food relief limited.

Barossa finalist in national music competition

Faith Lutheran College, Tanunda student, Georgia Mannion, known by her artist name George Alice, has been named as a finalist in the...

Preserving Pennys Road

“Have you seen the movie Maverick?” asked Gillian Hall-Smith, owner of Pennys Road farm, tucked away in the tiny hamlet of Graetztown,...

Austins aplenty in the Valley

Around 160 Austin vehicles converged in the Barossa last month for the biennial “Austins Around Australia” event. Calling Tanunda...

Adelaide Strikers leave legacy for Nuriootpa Cricket Club

The Adelaide Strikers will play a match in regional South Australia for the first time on Saturday and will leave a lasting...

Daniel recognised with Premier’s Award

Former Nuriootpa High School student and now radiation consultant, Daniel Emes is the first recipient of the state’s Premier Energy and...

Taste the flavours of Autumn in the Barossa

Taste the flavours of Autumn in the Barossa during a seasonal celebration of wine, food and experiences which brings together some of the...