Thursday, April 15, 2021

Tee and Natalie prove gender is no barrier

There’s a certain look of incredulity that Angaston Motors and RAA mechanics, Tee Oxer and Natalie Brazier are used to being greeted...

Meet the 2021 Barossa Young Ambassadors

Introducing the next generation of future leaders, the 2021 Barossa Young Ambassadors.

Barossa Scarecrow Competition

Join in the fun and vote for your favourite scarecrow in the 2021 Barossa Scarecrow Competition.

Connecting Barossa volunteers

Give Time Barossa is helping organisations, businesses and communities do more with less by connecting people in micro or occasional volunteering roles.

Repairing the walls of Zion

September 28 marks 80 years since Lutherans have occupied Angaston’s Zion Church which was built in 1855 when the old Union Chapel...

Drought funding projects to boost region’s economy

Upgrades to the Barossa Bushgardens plant nursery have commenced with the project spearheaded by the Federal Government’s $1 million Drought Communities initiative.

Working magic in the lab

Well known in the Barossa for his performances as a talented magician, it seems Darren Schutz is also weaving magic in his...

Green light for $10.7 million project

The Creative Industries Centre, a significant component of The Barossa Council’s Big Project, has been given approval by the State’s Commission Assessment...

Mobile phones banned during class time

A mobile phone policy will be rolled out to students at Nuriootpa High School from January 27, in an effort to combat...

Dr Willoughby eyes off OAM

In recognition of his service to ophthalmology and his achievements in sailing, Gawler eye surgeon, John Willoughby, is set to be awarded...