Thursday, June 30, 2022

Nothing but blind fun

Spend a little bit of time with members of the ‘Barossa Blindies’, and you’re sure to end up with a smile on...

St. Aidan’s Church helps give hope

A brightly painted blue tree now represents a symbol of hope and a new seat nearby represents a place of respite in...

Multi-million dollar plans announced for Kapunda

$25m plans unveiled Plans for a $25 million nationally significant tourist attraction for Kapunda were unveiled today, with Light...

Smallgoods and pickles trump vineyard vistas in Barossa’s bold new regional campaign.

In another ground-breaking campaign, Barossa Australia, our regional grape, wine and tourism body continues to eschew traditional marketing visuals. Instead of our picturesque vineyards and clinking wine glasses like every other wine region around the world, the regional marketing team have opted for egg and spoon races and mettwurst judging.

Colin and Maggie Beer honour Saskia

Maggie Beer’s late daughter, Saskia Beer will soon be honoured through the 2022 Churchill Fellowship programme which supports passionate and innovative food...

Celebrating their Diamond Anniversary

On April 28, Chris and Elsie Pietsch of Nuriootpa celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary.  The happy couple were married...

A step up for Lyndoch CFS

On April 22 the Lyndoch CFS Brigade received a new Fire Appliance with features that are set to improve crew capacity, comfort...

Fun for all at Greenock Cricket Club

A community grant from Foundation Barossa to the Greenock Cricket Club will allow young people with a disability, or those not normally...

Our valued veterans

At 98 years of age, Roddy Kleinig, of Tanunda, will be one of the region’s oldest WWII veterans to commemorate ANZAC Day...

Waratah balcony opens for TLH residents

It was a joyful morning for residents in the Waratah wing of Tanunda Lutheran Home on April 7, with the opening of...