Saturday, July 31, 2021

New town and heritage maps a first for Angaston

Angaston is the first local town to have its own town and heritage maps thanks to the ef-forts of Dr. Bill Gransbury...

Medicare rebate changes to surgery from July 1

From July 1 the Medicare Benefits Schedule (MBS) underwent its biggest change since 1980 with more than 900 MBS items for rebates...

Labor will support country newspapers

The State Opposition has committed to reinstating Government advertising in country newspapers, if voted in at the next election.

Fundraising begins

Angaston Football Club has kicked off its loftiest community fundraising challenge yet, with a goal of reaching $350,000 in just three years.

ACBA seeks new leader

He’s held the role of chairman of the Angaston Community Business Alliance for the last 10 years and now Steve Falland is...

Barossa’s tourism bounce back

Despite the grappling effects that COVID-19 had on the region last year, Tourism Barossa Interim Regional Tourism Manager, Jess Greatwich said the...

Oscar’s OAM

A generous, modest and inspiring Tanunda man was recognised with an Order of Australia Medal as part of the Queen’s Birthday honours...

“I view education as prevention” says top traffic cop

“SAPOL’s not all about enforcement, we are very big in our education sphere and we invest heavily because I view education as...

Dr Arthurson clocks up 35 years

Dr Geoff Arthurson, a GP at the Nuriootpa Medical Centre was one of three Barossa doctors who were recently honoured at the...

Project fires up

The town’s original 1927 Plymouth fire truck took pride of place at the Angaston CFS 80th Anniversary celebration this year as a...
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