Sunday, September 27, 2020

Lyndoch Red Cross members celebrate milestones

Three members of Lyndoch Red Cross were celebrated for their service to the organisation on Monday during their meeting at the former...

New Co-op business leader

In a newly created position, the Barossa Co-op’s business leader lifestyle, Mr Conrad Bock is ready to take 21 Murray Street to...

Graduate nurse takes on COVID testing role

The start of Chloe Nitschke’s nursing career will be one to remember with her first job in the field being on the...

Barossa Wildlife Rescue to secure lasting legacy

Barossa Wildlife Rescue (BWR) in Lyndoch has long existed thanks to the passion, generosity and dedication of Rose Brooks and her team...

Gawler Cinema is back in action

The smell of fresh, hot, salty popcorn has returned to the air after the Gawler Cinema was officially re-opened over the weekend.

Break-in inspires generosity

Anyone who has ever been broken into will be familiar with the awful feeling that it brings. Whether the...

Supporting Gawler’s homeless

There are at least 150 people in the Gawler community who are homeless. Armed with this knowledge and seeing...

Celebrating art in a safe and simple way

Metal sculptures, woven pieces, mosaics and murals have formed The Tranquillity Trail in Moculta as part of this year’s SALA Festival.

Marshals to monitor COVID compliance

Volunteers and business owners will be put to the test further from August 21 after a Barossa appointed COVID marshal initiative comes...

Seppeltsfield Road community goes local

The Seppeltsfield Road community is re-wilding and really stepping up to make the region more biodiverse as well as visitor-friendly, thanks in...