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Voice for young people in Light

Young Light Regional Council residents could soon have the chance to voice their opinions and contribute to change in the region.

LRC’s new

Email scam victim sends warning

A Greenock woman has warned people to take care when giving out information online after her email account was hacked.

Tash Goldsmith started

Mixed reaction to Barossa ad.

A commercial aimed at attracting more visitors to the Barossa is receiving mixed reviews in the community.

Thank you gifts banned

Thanking someone with a box of chocolates isn’t so simple anymore, with workplace bans on receiving gifts.

Nuriootpa pensioner, Mr Roger Hooton discovered

One wheel wonders

It’s not uncommon to see people cycling around town, but there’s three Barossans who are turning heads as well as wheels.

For Tanunda

Women were trail blazers in policing says Assistant Commissioner

With its 175th Anniversary of SAPOL this year and one of the oldest police forces in the world, policing has changed from horses

Barossa Meals on Wheels calls for help

Concerns over an ageing volunteer base has inspired the Barossa Meals on Wheels branch to take a different tact when calling for help.

Barossa wine push

Grape and wine authorities will push harder to promote the Barossa worldwide, with less wine on the market following two small vintages.


Confidence boost for Tanunda rider

Tanunda rider, Ivan Long is heading into one of the country’s biggest desert races with a renewed confidence.

Ivan claimed a back-to-back win

Kennedy to mentor new recruits

Surgery on both knees has sidelined Barossa, Light and Gawler Umpires’ Association president, Martin Kennedy for the season but he will continue to