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The people’s priest celebrates 60 years

Monsignor John Swann OAM has reached a milestone of almost biblical proportions, celebrating 60 years of service in the priesthood.

Ordained in Kapunda’s

Flood damage bill less than first thought

By Emma Clark

Long Gully Road, Angaston received more than $78,000 in repairs following last September’s storms, one of the biggest repair jobs

Eshaya to spend six weeks volunteering

Eshaya Gaffin, Nuriootpa is heading to Cambodia from December 17 till January 27 with the company, Reach Out Volunteers.

Reach Out Volunteers work

A new chapter for Community Helpers

A new chapter has begun at one of the region’s largest community volunteer organisations with Community Helpers appointing two new staff to take

Barossa Glass, leading the industry

Tanunda based, Barossa Glass received a number of accolades at the recent Australian Glass and Glazing Association and are now the second accredited

Naomi’s in the running for Australian Rodeo Queen

Naomi Packer, Lyndoch is an entrant in this year’s Australian Rodeo Queen Quest and said she “couldn’t be more excited”.

The Australian Rodeo

Barb’s a winner

Nuriootpa’s Barb Burgemeister was nearly lost for words after hearing she had won a brand new car.

Answering the phone call Monday  morning,

Donations needed to purchase equipment for Riding for Disabled

Fiona Zimmermann’s progress over the last six months is not only an example of her determination but it’s also a testament to the

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