Thursday, June 30, 2022

100 year milestone for positive thinker

The secret of a long life is not really that complicated, according to newly annointed centenarian, Dorothy Kelly.  “Try...

Barossa Taxis cease Wheelchair Access Cabs

Barossa Taxis have ceased Wheelchair Access Cabs from June 1 due to an ongoing issue of costs. Owner, Mr Steve Undo told...

Flooded graves cause distress

Grief stricken families have been left even more distraught after finding graves of loved ones submerged by water at the Nuriootpa Cemetery...

Trevor hangs up his keys

It was a bittersweet moment for Trevor Whitehorn of Angaston on Friday afternoon, as he prepared to receive his regular busload of...

Long serving volunteers recognised

More than a century of combined service was acknowledge last week, when The Barossa Council Mayor Bim Lange presented certificates to some...

Making hearts flutter for 15 years

For 15 years Barossa Area Fundraisers for Cancer (BAFFC) volunteers have been instrumental in raising funds at special events which raise awareness...

Barossa’s tourism target topped

The Barossa has exceeded its tourism target four years ahead of schedule according to a progress snapshot report tracking the South Australian...

Restoration to begin

The QF 25 Pound Mark II Field Gun will be restored after Angaston and Penrice Historical Society gained $4,590 through the Federal...

Dan’s bee-n keeping buzzy

Dan Brockhoff of Tanunda is mad about bees.  Just ask him. He’s more than happy to share the wealth...

KHS standing strong

In a small breakout room in the resource centre of Kapunda High School, principal, Mr David Marino sits down behind a modest...