Sunday, May 31, 2020

Ukulele flash mob brings joy to Kapunda streets

Kapunda was brightened with sunshine and music last Wednesday morning when a ukulele ‘flash mob’ took over the Town Square.

A new chapter for Dr Gransbury

He moved to the region as one of five GPs for Angaston and has called Penrice home for the more than 30...

Barossa’s success at SA Dairy Awards

Seven Barossa businesses have taken out top awards across multiple categories at the SA Dairy Awards, held at this year’s Royal Adelaide...

Wheatfields changes the way they care

Wheatfields, Freeling have revised the model of care they provide to their residents, who they like to refer to as ‘family’.

Lone Pine Agricultural Bureau donates $500 to Herd of Hope

Members of Lone Pine Agricultural Bureau (Tanunda Branch) donated $500 to Ms Megan McLoughlin’s charity, “Herd of Hope” when she was guest...

John and Joy look to a new chapter

If you see Dances With Wolves on the Gawler Cinema programme, you’ll know that it will be John Thorpe’s last session at...

Time for a think tank

Change is good when we choose it, difficult when we don’t. We also know that nothing stays the same, that change...

YP Field Days not to be missed

The Yorke Peninsula Field Days will again bring the latest and greatest in agriculture -- and much, much more -- to Paskeville...

Uniting Care Kapunda risks closure

Uniting Care Kapunda, a volunteer run organisation that has helped those in need for more than a decade, is pleading for help...

Hospital case by 2020

Barossa residents can “look forward to” the election promised business case for a new Barossa hospital being available in early 2020, according...