Friday, December 13, 2019

Locals grateful after another deft effort by CFS

A grass fire burnt eight hectares and destroyed a shed and caravan about six kilometres east of Springton last Thursday.

April named in state’s women’s honour roll

Ebenezer mother of three, Mrs April Hoffmann has been inducted into the state’s women’s honour roll, recognising her volunteering and leadership in...

Being adaptable the key to farming

Changing seasons, water sources, feed and stock are among the challenges farmers face today. But for Angaston’s William Hurn...

Thumbs up for Nuriootpa’s newest pedestrian refuge

Work has started on the much anticipated Gawler Street, Nuriootpa crossings with the $200,000 project resulting in two pedestrian refuge and improved...

Adornment Artisan Christmas Market

The Barossa Council is presenting the Barossa Regional Gallery’s Adornment Artisan Christmas Market at Barossa Regional Gallery, Tanunda on Saturday, November 30...

Witness sought for Siegersdorf Road incident

Police are seeking assistance from the public regarding an incident that occurred on Siegersdorf Road, Vine Vale at 9.30 a.m.  on November...

Ute crashes into new pedestrian refuge at Nuri

The newly installed pedestrian refuge on Gawler Street, Nuriootpa has resulted in an eventful morning for one local driver.

Industry tightens to combat viral disease

Pig farmers across the region are stepping up their biosecurity measures in an effort to keep African swine fever out of the...

A shed load of history

The Barossa Valley Machinery Preservation Society has officially opened its brand new home, a massive corrugated iron “time capsule” housing some of...

Barossa crowds gather for WBBL spectacle

Almost 2,000 spectators gathered at Nuriootpa’s Centennial Park Oval on Saturday to watch the Adelaide Strikers thump the Melbourne Stars by 57...