Sunday, August 18, 2019

She Is Becoming exhibition part of huge Barossa SALA

Five emerging artists have collaborated for their second year in a row to produce their SALA exhibition, ‘She Is Becoming’, held from...

Community generosity keeps BAFFC strong

The newest recipient of the prestigious Paul Harris Fellow, Julie Combe defers the recognition away from herself and onto Barossa Area Fundraisers...

Tanunda Show this weekend

The Tanunda Oval will be filled with excited families this Saturday for the 106th Tanunda Show. Popular activities this...

Shop local for your last chance to win a $10,000 holiday

Excitement continues to build at participating businesses across the region with shoppers having until this Sunday to place their entries into The...

Barossa Vintage Festival almost here

The 2019 Barossa Vintage Festival is just around the corner and I can feel the excitement in the air.

Easter Bunny is in town

The Easter Bunny is hopping into Wohlers, Tanunda this Sunday for their completely free annual Easter egg hunt. Last...

Council seeks support for Angaston Railway project

About twenty members of community groups and local tradespeople gathered with Barossa Council officers and Angaston Community and Business Alliance (ACBA)...

Morning tea raised $2,800

The Kapunda community came together to raise $2,800 for cancer research at Kapunda Newsagency’s annual Biggest Morning (all day) Tea last Thursday.

Cementing Barossa’s history

They might be nicknamed “rusties”, but members of the Barossa Valley Machinery Preservation Society are anything but, putting in a sterling effort...

Age no limit for Grant in Reliability Trials

After more than two decades in retirement, 77-year old motorbiking veteran, Grant Thomas is making a competitive comeback in the Masters class...