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Region calls for a McDonald’s

Employment opportunities coupled with a choice for families and shift workers were among the reasons why people supported a fast food outlet in

Gymnastics coach bids farewell

An important chapter has closed in the life of one 78 year old volunteer who, amid a rousing applause in his honour, retired

End of an era

Earthmoving services in the Barossa are decreasing, with two long-serving companies closing their doors in the past six months.

EB. Marschall and Sons,

Shea-Oak Log fires burn through 125 hectares

Two consecutive fires tore through about 125 hectares of cropping land at Shea-Oak Log on Sunday.

The first fire, allegedly started by a harvester,

Red Rooster to close

Red Rooster, Nuriootpa will close their doors on Christmas Eve after eight years of trading.

But as to who will fill the prime

Barossa’s food culture preserved

Barossa food culture will never be lost with a new film preserving the region’s traditional recipes.

The Barons Foundation launched their food project

Samantha tops state in jewellery competition

Nuriootpa jeweller, Ms Samantha Kelly will be vying for the chance to compete in Brazil after topping the state in a jewellery competition.

Local projects in limbo

The newly elected Liberal Government has held back on spending allocated by the previous Federal Government impacting local projects under the Regional Development

$250,000 donation ensures foundation’s future

A $250,000 donation to Foundation Barossa will ensure its scholarships continue well into the future.

Former Barossa resident, Mr David Thomas’ significant donation

Recognise us: CFS

Local CFS members are insulted by the State Government’s failure to support the inclusion of volunteer firefighters in legislation that was approved in