Tuesday, November 19, 2019

No television for Truro

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

Months of hard work behind popular display

Over 600 tourists and locals visited the Women of the Bible display at the Zion Lutheran Church Hall, Angaston over the Vintage...

2019 Barossa Vintage Festival Parade

Andrew Swyghuizen, Charlotte Williams, Julie Noack, Bryce Wilds and Julia Vivian part of the Co-op float. Madeleine Hopgood in the Vintage Festival’s Young Ambassador float...

Finding ways to get through tough times

Farmers across the region continue to hand feed their stock with some sections of the Barossa also carting in water as they...

Georgia is SA Youth of the Year

Nuriootpa High School graduate, Georgia Thomas has claimed top prize in the Lions Youth of the Year state final held at Berri.

Honouring the ANZAC spirit

The annual ANZAC Day clash between Nuriootpa and Angaston is set to be a classic showdown once again, with both football and...

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.

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.

Mark proud of parish work in Afghanistan

As he pulls out and holds his five service medals you can see the pride in Father Mark Sexton, Nuriootpa’s eyes.

Restoration project complete

Geoffrey Feltus, together with some others, built the stone barn at Coulthard House, Nuriootpa in the 1970’s and says he is lucky...