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Medal honours fallen soldier

Nuriootpa Rover Football Club will present the inaugural Corporal Scott James Smith medal in tomorrow’s ANZAC day A grade match against Angaston.

Club

Historic St John’s offers more questions than answers

History has literally been unearthed on a ridge five kilometres East of Kapunda.

St John’s Catholic Church is believed to be only the

Tanunda stage unsafe

A temporary stage will be erected at the Tanunda Show Hall to ensure next month’s MelodieNacht goes ahead after safety concerns forced The

Plan for rail precinct

The Angaston Management Group (AMG) will soon release a $25,000 plan outlining the precinct’s historical significance in hopes to secure grant funding.

AMG

Shooby’s “Did You Know?”

Tomorrow, April 20 is the kick off to the B., L. & G. 2013 Football season.

Angaston (last year’s wooden spooners) travel to

Support package for Holden workers

Member for Wakefield, Mr Nick Champion says the government will provide packages to assist those who take redundancies as part of Holden’s announcement

Barossa plans food and wine exports to China

A group of business leaders from Fujian Province in China visited the Barossa Valley on Monday with a commitment to purchase an initial

Barossa Airshow hailed a success

The skies stayed blue and the rain held off at Rowland Flat on Sunday as the airstrip hosted St. Jakobi Lutheran School’s biggest

$15,000 for Nuriootpa CFS

Colorbond steel awarded a $15,000 community grant to Nuriootpa Country Fire Service (CFS) on Tuesday.

The grant will be the eighth awarded in

Call for support

A former Barossa businessman is calling on The Barossa Council to consider his ideas for the northern entrance to Tanunda, after consultation for