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Penrice debt impacts local businesses

The operators of two Barossa transport businesses, who are among a long list of companies owed money by Penrice Soda Holdings, have had

Barossans showcase their culinary skills to the nation

Two Barossa Valley residents have graced national television screens with their outstanding cooking abilities to make the top 24 of the 2014 season

24hr fast food Hungry Jack’s to open in Nuriootpa

Sixty new jobs will be created upon the arrival of fast food chain Hungry Jack’s, which will be opening in Nuriootpa at the

Little corellas a big problem for Nuriootpa

A large flock of little corellas is continuing to terrorise Nuriootpa.

The birds, that were moved on from the Gawler area by the

Angaston to have town clock

Angaston is set to have a working town clock costing around $9,300 following a special appeal launch titled, “It’s About Time” at Sorby

Bring back some colour and tradition

She’s the senior reporter for Channel Nine News; a modern, forward thinking woman who has excelled in her career, appearing on national television

Intersection improvements welcomed

Significant roadworks to a notorious Barossa intersection have been welcomed by those who have lobbied hard for improvements to be made.

Work on

Woolworths purchase Barossa site

A prime piece of Barossa land has been purchased by Woolworths, which could pave the way for future improvements to a nearby winery.

Jobs at risk

The future of 180 employees is unknown after Penrice Soda Holdings went into administration last week.

Staff were informed on Friday of the

Drug driving alarm

The dramatic increase in detections of positive drug driver screening tests across the Barossa region has raised concern for local police, who say