Monday, January 25, 2021

Group’s vision to assist community

 The Mount McKenzie community will soon be further equipped to fight fires in the area thanks to the foresight of the town’s...

Growing the story of faith

“Why are there so many Lutheran Churches?” is a common query tourists have when visiting Tanunda. Now a group...

Barossa confidence

The Barossa region is a vibrant, economically strong and industrious community according to Mr Rolf Binder, newly appointed chairman of RDA Barossa,...

Sprocket rockets keep growing

When a group of six cyclists decided to go for a ride to Angaston on April 26, 2019 with the aim of...

David’s set to retire

He’s known as David, Goge’s even Golly by those with long memories, but rarely do you hear Bethany/Tabor Lutheran Church’s minister being...

A chop off the old block

There’s no time like the present for dad and daughter duo, Kevin and Madison Kalleske of Angaston to make like a couple...

Kapunda boys are baring all

A group of brave Kapunda men are baring all for a cause as part of a fundraiser that is raising eyebrows.

Lucy is top Year 12 student

Angaston’s Lucy Dickinson has topped the region with an ATAR score of 98.9. The Nuriootpa High School graduate just...

Eyes to the sky for the ‘Star of Bethlehem’

You could have been forgiven for thinking a modern day ‘Star of Bethlehem’ had risen  in the south western sky on Monday...

Mrs Hull retires after 44 years in education

Mrs Cathy Hull has decided to retire after 44 years teaching in schools across the Barossa and Gawler region.