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Preserving heritage buildings

Freeling Recreation Park may soon have a new pavilion because the existing structure has been deemed as unsafe and beyond economic repair through

Protecting our industries

News this week that an overseas company has been chosen over Adelaide based Rossi Boots to supply boots to our military should be

Father and son to take on 24 Hour challenge

A Williamstown 16 year old has dragged his father out of retirement to ride in this year’s 24 Hour Reliability Trial.

Shaun Buckley

Food and Wine Winter 2014

 

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Letter of Thanks Emergency Services

Dear Sir/Madam,

I would like to take the opportunity to express my thanks and gratitude for the lifesaving work that our Barossa emergency

Emergency relief under pressure

The region’s emergency programme at Lutheran Community Care Barossa is already under pressure as cold weather and an increase in bills forces families

Celebrating the life of Doug Lehmann

Around 2000 guests celebrated the life of the late Mr Doug Lehmann at Peter Lehmann Wines on July 4.

Guests shared stories of

Ripping off our volunteers

The yearly range of State tax hikes have hit once again, most of which we have little that we can do but grin

Police continue to target distracted drivers

Operation ‘Distraction’ has been extended for the month of July.  Drivers are four times more likely to cause a crash if driving whilst

Keeping the Barossa beautiful

While so many of us are highly critical of government at some stage or another, one of the greatest pieces of legislation of