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Welcoming the Vintage Festival

Preparations are in hand for The Barossa Vintage Festival which officially commences from Wednesday, April 15 to Sunday, April 19 and to

New tool in crime fighting

Police from the Barossa Local Service Area will now be equipped with Electronic Control Devices.

Whilst police have carried a traditional firearm for

Community rallies after robbery

Last Thursday’s bank robbery in Mount Pleasant is a reminder to us all how resilient a community can be.

Some may say Mount

Roses the victim of increasing legislation

It is a stunning sight that sets the scene for Nuriootpa as you enter the township – a row of roses on the

Preserving heritage buildings

Freeling Recreation Park may soon have a new pavilion because the existing structure has been deemed as unsafe and beyond economic repair through

Protecting our industries

News this week that an overseas company has been chosen over Adelaide based Rossi Boots to supply boots to our military should be

Ripping off our volunteers

The yearly range of State tax hikes have hit once again, most of which we have little that we can do but grin

Keeping the Barossa beautiful

While so many of us are highly critical of government at some stage or another, one of the greatest pieces of legislation of

Our road funding challenge

Local councils are once again saddled up with an increasing burden of taking an increasing share in funding local road maintenance.

For as

The challenge of attracting overseas travellers

Americans and Canadians are being encouraged to visit South Australia with cheap flights to Adelaide in a new campaign with Air New Zealand.