Thursday, February 27, 2020

Teen talent unearthed

The Barossa has a new star. Sixteen year old Georgia Mannion, known by artist name George Alice, has won...

Quality over quantity for 2019 vintage

The 2019 vintage will be about quality rather than quantity this year with yields seriously down from previous vintages but good colour...

Hospital revamp

A $200,000 major revamp to the Hage Suite of the Angaston Hospital has been officially unveiled. Funded by the...

State award for Trent

He may be Grounds and Facilities Officer, but Mr Trent Heneker from Nuriootpa High School’s role is much more than that.

No television for Truro

Truro residents are becoming fed up with their lack of free to air television since the inception of digital television.

Tourism numbers decline

Day trip numbers to the Barossa have declined by 152,000 visitors in one year with visitor expenditure dropping by $21 million.

Barossa Nursery answers the call for unique Kirkman peach

Some may be lucky enough to have established trees growing in their gardens or orchards, but it’s been a good while since...

Barossa businesses miss out

Some Barossa businesses have missed out or been listed incorrectly in the 2019/20 Yellow/White Pages delivered just last week.

Adrian receives Service to Industry award

Ebenezer’s Adrian Hoffmann was recognised on Sunday by his peers in being awarded the Barossa Grape and Wine Association’s Service to Industry...

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...