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Flood protection project nears completion

Work continues on the final phase of the $725,000 Nuriootpa Flood Mitigation project to protect the township from flooding with the construction work

Barker set to benefit from attracting international visitors

Wineries, cellar doors and tourism operators in Barker are being urged to join a new national effort to attract more international wine tourists

Neil leaves Nuriootpa High

“I’ve always talked to staff and students about challenging yourself and taking up opportunities – so I thought I’d be a good role

Kym ready to take on Tasmania

Moculta’s Kym Jury continues to increase his super sedan racing experience, having just raced in Victoria over the weekend and this month preparing

Scholarship allows Alice to learn more on global affairs

Eden Valley’s Alice Dawkins has been awarded a Schwarzman Scholarship which will enable her to undertake a master programme in global affairs.


Save our community station

Triple B fm 89.1 in Tanunda is calling out for help to find a new home for the community radio station run by

Barossa History continues Federation to the Fifties

The Barossa Heritage Network and the Barossa Valley Archives and Historical Trust are celebrating 175 years of settlement with the publication of the

Drug driving affecting the Barossa

We can’t pretend drink and drug driving is not an issue, according to Schubert MP, Mr Stephan Knoll.

In five years, across the

New stores add to the region’s retail offer

The retail offering across the region reached another level on Wednesday when the much anticipated Cheap as Chips and Aldi stores opened their

Truck stop on Warren Road a success

On Monday morning local police and the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) conducted a truck stop on Warren Road, Mount Crawford.