Sunday, August 18, 2019

Gearing up for Angaston Show

Angaston Show will be kicking off strong tomorrow with many attractions and events to amaze and entertain attending punters.

Local women assist in world-first clinical trial

For Kapunda mother of two, Kirralee Pratt the outcome of a clinical trial to find the most effective strategy for optimising cervical...

ANZAC Day services

Angaston The Angaston community will again be holding an ANZAC Day Dawn Service...

SA’s racing industry at risk

The Barossa could lose some big names in the racing industry unless changes happen to the tax handicap claims prominent racing identity,...

Drug use impacts community says Karen

The region’s Family Drug Support co-ordinator, Ms Karen Asbroek claims the drug ice is quite easily accessible in the community and can...

Where were you the day man first landed on the moon?

In case you hadn’t already heard, last weekend the world marked 50 years since Neil Armstrong and Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin’s first breathtaking...

$150,000 project to be unveiled in Nuriootpa

The significant upgrade to Nuriootpa's Coulthard House is nearly complete and will be unveiled to the community on April 12.

Challenging times for bees

Beekeepers are urging people to reassess what they spray and what chemicals they use following a decline in food for bees.

Cheers to World Milk Day

Communities around the world are being encouraged to celebrate World Milk Day, to highlight the importance of dairy to the global economy,...

Going mobile to meet Barossa demand

The Barossa has been identified as an area of great need with services or access to food relief limited.