AFTER a chilly and quiet morning, Tanunda came alive as Tour Down Under participants began rolling in to register for the first leg through the Barossa Valley.
RESIDENTS and local entrepreneurs who wanted to see the Barossa rail corridor revived have been left disappointed by the State Government’s decision to let the track lay dormant.
NORTHERN Adelaide Plains growers are hopeful new recycled water deals and an extension of the Virginia Pipeline Scheme (VPS) will see a “level” playing field for horticulturists in the future.
GAWLER East couple James and Elizabeth Robinson knew they wanted to gain Australian citizenship as soon as they decided to migrate to Australia.
LOCAL councils have called on residents to stop illegal dumping, with Playford Council estimating it costs the organisation around $900,000 a year to clean up the mess.
LAST year saw Nuriootpa swelter through its warmest year ever, while Williamstown received 281mm of rain less than average during what was the state’s driest year on record.
THE concept design for the North’s new ‘super school’ was released last week, showing a contemporary learning environment to cater for up to 1675 students.
THE reinstatement of a passenger train to the Barossa now seems more unlikely than ever after the State Government, on Monday, announced it was abandoning its expressions of interest process for the long-disused rail corridor.