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Health Foundation fundraiser walk in memory of Courtney

The annual Walk for Gawler Health later this month will have a distinct red lip theme to it in a tribute to Gawler

Love Your Neighbour Community Project benefits locals

The team at Barossa Budget Backyards are looking for enthusiastic members of the community and businesses to assist them with their Love Your

LEVY RIP OFF

Member for Schubert, Mr Stephan Knoll has labelled the State Government’s Emergency Services Levy increases as excessive and yet another cruel hit to

Steve Vaughan celebrates 25 Years of Racing

Steve Vaughan of Angaston is celebrating 25 years in racing. Steve started his racing career in 1988 at Dirt Circuit racing in a

America trip inspires Young Ambassador

Nuriootpa’s Emily Kroschel has returned from her three week visit to America as part of her 2013 Barossa Young Ambassador win.

With Barossa

Local officers to carry ECDs

Barossa Local Service Area police officers are now able to personally carry Electronic Control Devices due to a change in policy last Wednesday.

Garden project supports Eden Valley bushfire victims

The devastation caused to properties during the Eden Valley and Keyneton fires has prompted two local women to begin a mission to grow

Retail boost for Kapunda

New retail options have doubled for Kapunda with two supermarket proposals now seeking approval.

Last Friday, Ciborex Pty Ltd lodged their application with

Sloane ready for new challenge

Tanunda’s Bob Sloane thought he’d be spending his first day of the 2014 Local Government election trail campaigning; instead he is taking messages

Thieves target Tanunda

Overnight between September 14 and 15 entry was gained to five businesses on Murray Street and Elizabeth Street, Tanunda by jemmying open front