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Wayne gives back to the Barossa

The closure of his family business two years ago was a large re-adjustment in many ways for Nuriootpa’s Mr Wayne Perry.

He learnt

Locals helping locals

It is often said that disaster brings out the best in people and last Friday was proof again, when Eden Valley Institute opened

Mount Pleasant Men’s Shed lends a hand

Mount Pleasant Men’s Shed has come to the rescue of Ms Cheryl Johnson and her beloved animals after last month’s fire burnt through

It’s a bird, it’s a plane… no, it’s a Skywhale

Not even the weatherman could forecast the sight that swept across Barossa skies yesterday morning.

A giant Skywhale balloon took flight from Seppeltsfield

New-look show attracts a crowd

Angaston Show goers flooded through the gates on Saturday, as the former two-day event condensed into one jam-packed day of entertainment.

Blessed with

New scholarship launched

Further support will be extended to local students undertaking tertiary study with the launch of a new Foundation Barossa scholarship.

The inaugural Cellarmasters

2014 Barossa Vintage declared

After scorching heat and pouring rain the weather was perfect for the 2014 Declaration of Vintage in Tanunda on Sunday where Craig Stansborough

Wayne seeks compensation for faulty knee

It was a surgery to help ease the pain and reboot his active life but for Freeling’s Mr Wayne Farquhar it is an

Green light for Roseworthy township

The State Government has greenlit a significantly revised proposal for the expansion of the Roseworthy township, ensuring it will thrive sustainably into the

Crash prompts safety call

A car crash involving an Angaston mother and her young son has prompted calls to improve the safety of Barossa intersections.

Leanne Standing,