TANUNDA Foodland has found itself at the centre of unwanted attention after its decision to stop handing out free slices of ‘smiley fritz’ due to safety concerns was met with public outcry last week.
BAROSSA residents Jarryd McKinnon and Cal Lowke thanked their lucky stars last Tuesday after winning the $20,000 jackpot on Triple M’s hearing test competition. Jarryd, of Stockwell, and Cal, of Light Pass, were played three audio clips by the Adelaide radio station and had to correctly guess the name of a song, a person’s voice, […]
GAWLER Belt Arabian stallion Manny may be past his prime showing years to most observers, but that hasn’t stopped him from being recognised as one of the nation’s best examples of the breed.
A LOCAL amateur filmmaker has punched above his weight to be named as one of the finalists at the acclaimed Fleurieu Film Festival.
AUSTRALIAN Amanda Spratt has taken out her third consecutive Women’s Tour Down Under title following the completion of stage four on Sunday. The Mitchelton-SCOTT rider again dominated in the Barossa Valley – having triumphed in the local leg of the race last year – winning stage two on Friday after storming to the finish line […]
AS the Women’s Tour Down Under flew through the Barossa region on Friday, they would have got a glimpse of some of the great decorations on display in Greenock.
TWO Gawler girls have taken it upon themselves to lead the fight to have a key road on Church Hill upgraded.
BAROSSA Council’s top Australia Day award winners David Herbig and Cassie Taylor said they were “overwhelmed” to have been named Citizen and Young Citizen of the Year, respectively.