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Forum reveals community vision

A new look committee is ready to take the Lyndoch area to a new level after a strategic planning forum was held in

Ivan ready for the Warren

Member for Schubert, Mr Ivan Venning waits anxiously for the final decision on whether an agreement can be finalised to allow recreational activities

Third time lucky

A portion of council owned land in Tanunda will now be the home for the Barossa Community Men’s Shed after in principle support

Shooby’s Believe It or Not!

On July 13, 2013 the Freeling Football Club won all four grades against the Nuriootpa Rover Football Club for the first time ever.

Success for Tomfoolery Wines

Tomfoolery Wines of Tanunda has been awarded first place in the Under $30 category at the recent Edinburgh Cellars Great Shiraz Challenge for

More to explore for a Barossa health facility: Knoll

Liberal candidate for Schubert, Mr Stephan Knoll has put forward the case for a Barossa Hospital to the Shadow Health Minister, Mr Rob

Wage increase forces restricted hours

An increase in the national pay scale has forced an Angaston business to close their doors on Sundays and public holidays.

Blond Coffee

Barossa’s TDU coup

The Barossa will host a start and finish in the Santos Tour Down Under for the first time in 15 years on January

Former Stockwell dump transformed

A former dump near Stockwell has been transformed into a waste water treatment plant and is set to benefit community infrastructure.

The $2.3

Jacob’s Creek Wines celebrate 7,000 awards

The winemakers at Jacob’s Creek last week toasted the milestone achievement of earning 7,000 wine show awards across the brand’s portfolio since its