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Garden project supports Eden Valley bushfire victims

The devastation caused to properties during the Eden Valley and Keyneton fires has prompted two local women to begin a mission to grow

Retail boost for Kapunda

New retail options have doubled for Kapunda with two supermarket proposals now seeking approval.

Last Friday, Ciborex Pty Ltd lodged their application with

Sloane ready for new challenge

Tanunda’s Bob Sloane thought he’d be spending his first day of the 2014 Local Government election trail campaigning; instead he is taking messages

Charity ride registrations now open

With the weather warming up, it’s time to don your lycra and get on your bike for the Barossa Co-op 70th Anniversary Charity

Thieves target Tanunda

Overnight between September 14 and 15 entry was gained to five businesses on Murray Street and Elizabeth Street, Tanunda by jemmying open front

Event in doubt

A proposal to install a telecommunications tower at Krondorf may force the closure of the popular Barossa Air Show.

Barossa Air Show chairman,

Community rallies after robbery

Last Thursday’s bank robbery in Mount Pleasant is a reminder to us all how resilient a community can be.

Some may say Mount

Shannon emerges as Eagles leader

Former Angaston Football Club junior, Shannon Hurn played his 150th AFL game for the West Coast Eagles on August 16.

Although they lost

Cycle Hub amenities open

The progress of the Barossa Cycle Hub at Tanunda continues to move forward, with the first stage, the new toilet amenities, now open

Roses the victim of increasing legislation

It is a stunning sight that sets the scene for Nuriootpa as you enter the township – a row of roses on the