Friday, February 28, 2020

Anthony Hart tells of lowest time in his life

Mr Anthony Hart, a mind health advocate, was the keynote speaker who shared  his life-changing, confronting yet powerful story.

Success continues for Homburgs

For the fourth year in a row, Homburgs Tanunda and Nuriootpa has been named Agency of the Year for the Barossa towns...

Drug use impacts community says Karen

The region’s Family Drug Support co-ordinator, Ms Karen Asbroek claims the drug ice is quite easily accessible in the community and can...

Lee’s adding colour to life

She’s known as co-owner and natural health consultant at Tanunda’s Go Vita, but it’s Lee Teusner’s creative flair that is set to...

Celebrating history of Christmas in Angaston

Angaston History Centre at 21 Murray Street is holding a new exhibition on the theme ‘Christmas in Angaston’ on Saturdays from 1...

Grants for former students

Sixteen former Kapunda High School students have collectively received $26,000 through the Centenary Education Foundation of Australia grants programme.

Treasure in The Pines exposed

The workmanship of a bygone era has been unearthed at The Pines Conservation Reserve, adding even more depth to the history of...

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...

Call for ban on GM crops to be lifted

Sixth generation Freeling farmer, Corbin Schuster is among many South Australian producers calling for the ban on genetically modified (GM) crops to...

Fire destroys Mount Pleasant home

A fundraising quest has been launched by the family of Paul and Pam Kelly, whose house was destroyed by fire on Thursday...