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Stott Highway danger

The condition of Stott Highway is causing concern after promised upgrades have still not been finished.

In July, the Department of

Tony grateful for second chance

Every breath Tony Kuchel takes, he’s grateful to the person who decided to donate their organs when they died.

Tony, of

Victor’s punches are flying fast and true

Victor Odindo, Angaston, is preparing for his next boxing fight after winning his last match at “Punches at the Park 7” against

Angaston Cottage Industries to close

Angaston Cottage Industries is closing its doors after 46 years trading in the main street.

In last week’s Public Notice section

New CEO sees a lot of potential

Newly appointed chief executive officer at The Co-op, Nuriootpa, Mr Neil Retallick says there’s a lot of potential to unlock in the

China is Barossa loving

A book about the Barossa has flown off shelves in China, further confirming the country’s love affair with the Valley.


Calls to improve road signage

A Barossa transport operator says the region’s freight route is not recognised enough and is calling for more signage to raise awareness.

No room to rent

Barossa real estate businesses, Valley residents and potential relocaters are feeling the sting of a lack of rental properties in the region.

Iconic palms blackened

Iconic Seppeltsfield palms have been left charred after a grass fire took hold along the popular tourist route yesterday.

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Palmer wind farm appeal lost

The Environment, Resources and Development Court has ruled against an appeal from a group of residents and landholders fighting to stop the Palmer