TRAINING for contact sports has been given the all clear to return this coming Monday, June 1, as part of South Australia’s loosening on COVID-19 restrictions.
THE Gawler Council area now has no known active cases of COVID-19, after one sufferer recovered from the disease this week.
BUSINESSES across the Gawler region are feeling the pinch of social distancing regulations enforced amid the coronavirus health crisis, with some of the Barossa’s largest wineries shutting up shop while the pandemic takes hold.
WITH coronavirus scares gripping much of Asia, the ripple effects are being felt all the way into the Barossa Valley.
THE Barossa has contributed to a record high tourism expenditure in South Australia, of $7.8 billion, over the past year.
NEXT week the Barossa will come alive as the Tour Down Under kicks off with the start, and finish line after five loops, in Tanunda. Barossa Mayor Bim Lange said he was proud of how the region is coming together to make Tuesday a special day.
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 Barossa, Light & Gawler women’s football competition finished off its year with the inaugural ‘Region of Origin’ match between the league’s North and South sides at Tanunda Oval on Sunday.