Saturday, July 4, 2020

A right royal high note for Bruce

It’s very rare that Bruce “Dizzy” Raymond is lost for words, but when the Tanunda Town Band Musical Director heard he was...

New normal begins as cellar doors re-open

As COVID-19 restrictions relax, cellar doors across the valley are re-opening to what has been described as a “new normal”.

Federal funding for Gerald Roberts Road upgrade

Member for Barker, Mr Tony Pasin has welcomed the approval of $1 million of Federal Government Funding to upgrade key road infrastructure.

New way to raise much needed funds

A live video performance from entertainer,  Rodney Vincent on social media has proved to be a winner for Barossa Area Fundraisers for...

Garden bed in recognition of Reconciliation Week

Reconciliation Week looks a little bit different in 2020. For the past few years, a ceremony hosting hundreds of...

A blessing in disguise

Effervescent Anglican priest, Father Steven deKleer, of Angaston is busily preparing for the return of parishioners to Sunday church services following somewhat...

Mayor shares Barossa insight

We are so blessed to be in such a diverse area. That’s according to The Barossa Council Mayor, Michael...

Greyhounds are Hurley women’s best friend

Penrice’s Kerri Hurley loves her greyhounds. It could be said it’s in her blood, being one of six Hurley...

Funding improves Barossa intersection

One of a handful of notorious Barossa intersections is set for major improvements after Federal grant funding was awarded to the Stockwell/Penrice...

Restrictions ease on beauty services

The wax pots were full and the beauty therapists ready to go when beauty services were able to resume on Monday.