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Brad Muster tributes flow

Tributes for Mr Brad Muster have been flowing from his hometown of Freeling and the wider community following his death last week.


Shooby’s “Did You Know?”

This coming Sunday, January 20 the Freeling Cricket Club A1 Grade will be playing off in their first ever One-Day Grand Final at

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu success in the Barossa

When you think of martial arts, images of fast-paced fighting come to mind, not the slow motion mind game that is Brazilian Jiu

Father and daughter ready for challenge

A former Barossa girl and her father – still from Angaston – are gearing up for a tough challenge as they prepare to

Lyndoch monument stolen

In the lead up to next year’s World War I centenary, Lyndoch’s Historical Society have been shocked to find a monument for those

Co-op goes smoke free

Local smokers will face another deterrent to give up their daily addiction as the Barossa’s Co-op becomes a non-smoking precinct.

The first stage

Liam crowned state champion

Angaston lawn bowler, Liam Buckley’s first state gold medal for the year has started the ball rolling on what he hopes to be

Council says no to stormwater costs at Nuriootpa

Providing sufficient stormwater drainage in a parcel of Nuriootpa land will be the responsibility of land owners and developers after The Barossa Council

Tourism Barossa search for new manager

Tourism Barossa Incorporated has advertised for a regional tourism manager to replace current manager, Mr Nathan Gogoll.

According to Mr Chris Pfeiffer, Tourism

World’s tennis stars fly into Jacob’s Creek Visitor Centre

The Barossa was in the international spotlight yesterday when Jacob’s Creek Visitor Centre, Rowland Flat hosted a press conference for the World Tennis