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Shiraz vineyard will be a real showpiece

As The Barossa Cellar moves closer to reality, having received more than $2.25 million in cash and in-kind donations, plans for its showcase

Fuelling his way to the top

A second generation Eudunda trucky has been named South Australia’s top Volvo fuel tanker driver.

David Kleinig, who has been driving for Perrys

Reducing waste one coffee cup at a time

Businesses and cafes around the region are now opting for alternatives when it comes to your standard takeaway coffee cup.

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Shopping locally creates winners

Sporting clubs across the region are winning when it comes to shopping locally.

Football, netball, hockey and soccer; tennis, cricket, lawn bowls and

Water investment brings jobs in Barossa vineyards

SA Water will upgrade sections of two major pipelines and a pump station to enable more raw water to be moved from the

Budget leaves Barossa off the map, says Knoll

Schubert MP, Mr Stephan Knoll still remains optimistic there is enough documentation to support the need for a new Barossa health facility after

Dave’s display a winner

He put together his latest plate display the night before the convention, but Mount McKenzie’s Dave Pawson has no regrets after taking out

The Barossa Cellar reaches $2 million milestone

The Barossa Cellar has passed the halfway mark in its fundraising campaign, with more than $2 million in cash and in-kind donations committed

Busy year ahead for B.V. Lions

A busy year ahead is planned for members of the Lions Club of Barossa Valley celebrating the 50th Anniversary of their club

Tahnee’s biggest performance

Tahnee Koch, Tanunda is part of this year’s prestigious Adelaide Cabaret Festival.

The 17 year old, who is currently studying year