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Windy weather leaves a mess

The Barossa Council Depot staff have been kept busy with last week’s windy weather leaving a trail of debris to clean up.


Petition calls for parking limit

A petition circulating Nuriootpa businesses is gaining support from shoppers who struggle to find a carpark in the main street.

Barossa Burger and

Inaugural campaign encourages local shopping

Barossa businesses have rallied together to participate in the region’s inaugural Shop Local Barossa campaign in an effort to create greater awareness about

Knoll welcomes Liberal policies

Providing payroll tax relief and launching a community infrastructure fund have kicked started SA Liberal Party’s election campaign.

Liberal candidate for Schubert, Mr

Retirees urged to step up

Barossa Meals on Wheels is calling for the next generation of retirees to consider a role on their committee.

Branch members are trying

Sharee is keeping the community together

Ms Sharee Schmaal of Gomersal is a driving force behind her community, uniting neighbours and injecting life and laughter into the town through

Devastating frost strikes Barossa

Black frost has wiped through the Barossa region, leaving some grape growers with little to no crop left, forcing them to scavenge the

Fire destroys hay shed

Four hundred bales of hay and lucerne in a storage shed have been destroyed by fire, which police believe to be suspicious.


Angas Park to shut shop

Angas Park Fruit Company will close their Angaston retail store at the end of the year, ending a 102-year association with the Barossa.

Nuriootpa icon set alight

A man has been charged with property damage after the iconic locomotive in Tolley Reserve, Nuriootpa was set alight on Thursday night.