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Barossa Nursery is best in Australia

In the world of garden centres, there is no greater recognition than that achieved by Barossa Nursery last week.

The Nuriootpa based family-owned

The Leader wins two prestigious awards

The Leader took out two major awards at this year’s 2013 Newspaper Awards Dinner at the Adelaide Oval on Friday night.

The Leader

Tanunda Show shines

The 101st Tanunda Show has entered its second century with style following record attendances at Saturday’s event.

The sun shone on a day

The luck of the Irish shines on Daniel

Barossa Nursery’s Daniel Bartsch has been chosen as one of only two Australian Young Leader winners in the International Garden Centre Association Scholarship

Additional service for Kapunda tourists

Visitors regularly attend the Kapunda Harness Racing Club to enjoy the races, but now the site can offer a completely different service to

Barossa Trust Mark open for applications

Eligible businesses in food, wine and tourism can now apply for a Barossa Trust Mark.

The online application process has opened from March

Weintal manager helps to relive Titanic disaster

History was literally brought to life at the Barossa Weintal Hotel/Motel, Tanunda last week when Venue Manager, Mr John Cowled kindly organised some

Apple crop destroyed

A bird invasion, predicted to be three times worse than last year, has wreaked havoc in local fruit orchards.

Ms Sarah Kuchar has

Wayne gives back to the Barossa

The closure of his family business two years ago was a large re-adjustment in many ways for Nuriootpa’s Mr Wayne Perry.

He learnt

Locals helping locals

It is often said that disaster brings out the best in people and last Friday was proof again, when Eden Valley Institute opened