Sunday, January 23, 2022

The future is beer

A big, hoppy, floral India Pale Ale with a lot of length is how Barossa Valley Brewing owner, Denham D’Silva describes his...

Ken’s ‘bin’ extra valuable

Ken Dadds laughs jovially as he describes himself as a “has bin”. The truth is, he’s had many “bins”...

Girl Guides hall listed for sale

A Light Pass property which has had former uses as a school building and Girl Guide hall has been listed for sale.

Great Revival’s re-opening

A much-loved Tanunda op shop, which closed early November due to hailstorm damage, re-opened on December 20. Great Revival...

Here’s cheers to 45 years

After 45 years of teaching and 26 in Lutheran education, Redeemer Lutheran School, Nuriootpa teacher, Mrs Dynice Ellendon had her final year...

Eye-witness tells of yet another frightening crash at notorious Nuriootpa intersection… “He’s not going...

A Nuriootpa woman has recounted the heart-stopping moment she witnessed a crash at the intersection of Greenock Road, Samuel Road and Moppa...

FruChoc shop opens in Tanunda

The Barossa Wine Region has had another iconic pitstop added to its map, as Menz Confectionery opened the doors to its all-new...

Christmas through the generations

As a child, few things compare to the excitement of Christmas.  It’s a special type of magic, a fleeting...

New festive traditions for English Ellie

From a woolly jumper next to a fireplace to “throwing a shrimp on the barbie” in board shorts, Ms Ellie Beaumont has...

Barossa’s bright street

“Do you like Christmas” is the first question Hurst Court, Tanunda resident, Mrs Sarah Combe, asks people all year round.