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Local nurses helping smokers quit

Smokers in the Barossa Valley who are keen to kick the habit can now get personalised support from nurses at a local medical

Rotarians sponsor university students

Amy Holman, Hayley Main, Sophie Grieger and Rianna Bowley are Rotary Club of Barossa Valley Foundation Scholarship winners, each receiving $1,500 for the

Angaston Show heats up

Angaston Show organisers are hoping for a cooler weekend next year, after the heat lowered attendance numbers for the second consecutive year.


Lyndoch Development Plan Amendment attracts opposition

More than 20 people addressed a public meeting on Monday night voicing their opposition to The Barossa Council’s plan to rezone a portion

Tanunda’s poultry shed to be demolished

The poultry shed at the Tanunda Recreation Park will be demolished after next month’s Tanunda Show and will make way for a purpose

Final say on wind farms

Emotions ran high when residents were each given a final five minutes to formally voice their opinion on the proposed Keyneton wind farm

Programme adds value to Nuriootpa High

Recognising the need to do more in educating students about social behaviours and values has resulted in Nuriootpa High School implementing the Schoolwide

Age no barrier in fighting cancer

People of all ages are taking up the challenge of the World’s Greatest Shave, including an Angaston woman, 69 and Freeling girl, 10.

Barossa’s real estate looking rosy

With 30 years in the real estate industry, Mr Peter Fairweather said there is confidence in the marketplace and the Barossa Valley is

Mother campaigns for road safety

A Barossa mum is urging the Motor Accident Commission to step up their driver campaigns following two incidents this month which resulted in