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Victorious weekend for Aaron

Gawler Central footballer, Aaron King had many reasons to celebrate when a party was thrown in his honour on the weekend.

The midfielder

Farmers welcome rain

Heavy rainfall has given farmers and grape growers renewed confidence heading into spring.

With many downpours in the region last week, farmers are

John’s road to recovery

John McAuliffe’s story is worthy of the pages of any novel in his Tanunda bookshop.

He has suffered, triumphed and is now moving

Wine laws scrapped

Extensive feedback and consultation has resulted in the State Government’s decision to not proceed with laws to allow the sale of wine in

Martin brings home bronze

In his first time at the World Police and Fire Games, Senior Sergeant Martin Kennedy has returned home with a bronze medal.


$50,000 to help signpost the Barossa

Barossa food, wine and tourism businesses are set to benefit from new signage to guide visitors through the region, thanks to $50,000 from

Barossa Gourmet programme a hit

Rain and wild weather didn’t affect crowd numbers for this year’s Barossa Gourmet Weekend, with organisers reporting an increase in enthusiasts compared to

Thieves steal nursing home generator

Thieves put aged care residents at risk when they stole a nursing home generator used to back up life support equipment.

Tanunda Lutheran

Angas Park’s farewell

Happy memories and sad goodbyes were shared at the 102-year-old Angas Park Fruit Company on Friday after the Angaston factory closed for the

George Heath Cup showdown

Club Presidents, Tony Greening, Tanunda and Clayton Scott, Nuriootpa are ready to rumble and when it comes to the annual battle for the