ANZAC Day is often a time to remember the soldiers who fought for our country, but also those who kept their spirits alive in the midst of death and suffering.
KAPUNDA’S fame as Australia’s most haunted town will continue to be a major drawcard for visitors and locals alike, during the month-long South Australian History Festival.
LOCAL music lover Nicola Biagi has been named this year’s Barossa Young Ambassador for her passion to promote and preserve the region’s rich culture.
BALAKLAVA has started the 2017 Adelaide Plains Netball Association A1 season strongly, defeating last year’s grand finalists Hummocks-Watchman by a thrilling two goals, at home, on Saturday.
DESPITE barely touching a hockey stick in more than a year, Gawler striker Laura Kingsmill has proven she’s still got it after being named in South Australia’s initial under-21 squad.
GAWLER Central took 11 new players into its Barossa, Light & Gawler A-grade season opener against Willaston, at Gawler Oval, on Saturday, but that didn’t stop it coming away with an uplifting 44-point victory.
MEMBER for Light Tony Piccolo is currently accepting used x-rays from the public, which he will then deliver to the local Red Cross branch, for recycling, as part of a fundraising initiative.
XAVIER College students will race human-powered vehicles for over six hours, when they take on the Pedal Prix endurance race held in the Riverland next month.
TWO former Trinity College students, intent on helping more Australians take up sport, have established a software program to help determine which sport a child is best suited to.