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Light Regional Council discusses cycling safety

Light Regional Council could be home to a shared hiking and cycling track, connecting to the Barossa and Gawler.

A deputation was put

One step closer to teaching

Former Faith Lutheran College student, Morgan Rigby-Meth will immerse herself into university life this year – free of financial issues.

The 18-year-old was

Cultural hub to bring region’s art, heritage together

An opportunity to re-develop and upgrade the Tanunda Soldiers’ Memorial Hall into a regional cultural hub is currently being investigated by The Barossa

Preserving our Barossa

Preserving the Barossa’s unique heritage together with ensuring a strong economy for the region were some of the  highlights that came from a

Keeping the kegel tradition alive

Elizabeth (Betty) Nicolai’s health prevents her from extensive involvement with the Tanunda Kegel Club but she still shows enthusiasm for the sport which

Retiring MP plans for 2013

State Parliament resumed yesterday and Member for Schubert, Mr Ivan Venning is ready for his last year as a politician.

And he says

Mayor urges voting at 16 years

Young people should be able to cast their vote in local government elections, according to Light Regional Council mayor, Mr Bill O’Brien.


Retail gaps revealed

An extensive survey by The Co-op to assist in forming their 10 year strategic plan has revealed while people want to shop locally,

Harvey brings competitive edge to petanque

After moving to the Barossa from France, Harvey Walker and his family were looking for a little bit of their former home to

Williamstown born and bred

When Matt Bain’s family first settled in Williamstown, it was just a shadow of the place it is today.

Dirt tracks led to