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Blaze Aid success

A posthole digger purchased by the Angaston Ag. Bureau to kick start the Blaze Aid programme in Victoria has come full circle, assisting

Youth Week activities engage region’s young people

Freeling’s Samantha Mitchell is no stranger to Youth Week celebrations and has been heavily involved in a wide range of its activities each

Life’s a bowl for Richard

He’s the friendly face that greets you at Lyndoch and Districts Bowling Club and some say he’s the unofficial mayor of the town,

High praise for Barossa Fringe support

The region has been praised for their response to the inaugural Barossa Fringe, cementing the concept into next year’s events programme.

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Regional initiative gains momentum

A cross section of the region’s food, wine and tourism operators have been given an insight into the application process as they work

New $5,000 Mini Cutter for Nuriootpa C.F.S.

Nuriootpa C.F.S. now has another modern piece of equipment to assist their dedicated volunteers involved in rescuing people in car crashes.

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Generosity extends beyond fire victims

Flaxman’s Valley resident, Mrs Kay Zander describes herself as a farmer’s wife, but for many people in the region she is the unsung

Tourism Barossa to run Vintage Festival

Tourism Barossa will take over running of the 2015 Barossa Vintage Festival with the Festival transitioning from Barossa Grape and Wine Association. This

Training the key to Co-op’s future

The Co-op’s investment in training staff at industry level has been backed by findings from a retail report initiated by government and industry

Knoll keen to unlock new career

He may not be allowed into his new office, but the newly elected Member for Schubert, Mr Stephan Knoll is keen to embark