Thursday, February 27, 2020

Family friendly Fringe set to shine

Families get ready, the Fringe is coming to the Barossa, and there’s plenty to enjoy together. The four-day event...

Eye testing in 3D

Specsavers Nuriootpa has launched the OCT, a new machine that has the ability to detect changes in layers of the retina not...

Busk ‘til Dusk 2019

The 2019 Barossa Vintage Festival will include the increasingly popular youth event Busk ‘til Dusk, on Saturday April 27 from 12 p.m....

Pinery regreening continues

About 8,500 native plants were given to landholders affected by the 2015 Pinery bushfire at the latest landscape recovery plant giveaway.

Elderton prepares for next generation of success

In the past six months or so, many exciting developments have occurred in the Elderton ranks at Nuriootpa.

Enjoying the fruits of labour

Health reasons have forced Ebenezer’s Marcus Schulz to slow down from operating Schulz Wines but he still has involvement with the family...

Tight contest for top award

Tanunda Football Club’s Riley McFarlane was awarded the Barossa, Light and Gawler Football Association’s Schluter Medal on Monday night.

Family dealership celebrates 30 years

Thirty years ago Barossa Valley Toyota opened its doors at 33 Murray Street, Tanunda bringing the Toyota brand back to the Barossa.

Nuriootpa to host Big Bash League

For the first time ever, an official rebel Women’s Big Bash League game will be played in regional South Australia.

Call for ban on GM crops to be lifted

Sixth generation Freeling farmer, Corbin Schuster is among many South Australian producers calling for the ban on genetically modified (GM) crops to...