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Self serve checkouts a Barossa first

Nuriootpa Foodland is the first in the Barossa to offer customers a chance to serve themselves.

It’s a move that has

Misspelling of Atze Parade sign

The Barossa Council has ordered a replacement sign for Atze Parade, Nuriootpa after it was called to their attention that the two

Major fires hit Angaston

In excess of 200 fire fighters battled two major fires around the Barossa region yesterday as the windy conditions threatened houses and

Festival launch

The Barossa Vintage Festival, last night officially released its programme for 2015, showcasing 95 events over five days including a decadent feast,

Community shed gains momentum

After considering various sites, The Barossa Community Men’s Shed is now reality with extensive work being carried out at their Tanunda location.

Memorial plaque unveiled 30 years on from tragedy

Thirty years on from the tragic death of Angaston Primary student, Theresa Schrapel, a new memorial plaque has been unveiled at the

Heartache brings strong message to drivers

A Springton family has spoken of their heartache in losing a loved one and urge fatigued drivers to stop and rest this

Five wines launched for Nurihannam Wines

Nuriootpa High School teachers and students showcased the best of art, music, agriculture and hospitality studies when they held their 2014 Nurihannam

Kellermeister celebrates helping raise $50,000 for Children’s Burns Unit

Southern Barossa based winery, Kellermeister, Lyndoch celebrated the opening of a children’s burns bathing room at the Children’s Burns Ward of the

Next chapter

Seppeltsfield’s re-developed c1900 Cellar Door and new restaurant, FINO at Seppeltsfield, have been officially opened by South Australian Premier, The Hon Jay