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Five wines launched for Nurihannam Wines

Nuriootpa High School teachers and students showcased the best of art, music, agriculture and hospitality studies when they held their 2014 Nurihannam

Kellermeister celebrates helping raise $50,000 for Children’s Burns Unit

Southern Barossa based winery, Kellermeister, Lyndoch celebrated the opening of a children’s burns bathing room at the Children’s Burns Ward of the

Next chapter

Seppeltsfield’s re-developed c1900 Cellar Door and new restaurant, FINO at Seppeltsfield, have been officially opened by South Australian Premier, The Hon Jay

Zoning restrictions prevent enterprise

Seasonal mango stallholders at Kroemer’s Crossing, Tanunda are now facing the same battle with The Barossa Council as faced by fruit, vegetable

Hamper appeal sending Christmas joy to families

Co-ordinators of Lutheran Community Care in Nuriootpa, Margaret O’Brien and Helen Walker are gearing up for the annual Christmas Hamper Appeal and

Giles wins History Teacher of the Year award

Humanities Co-ordinator and teacher of Classical Studies and Australian history at Nuriootpa High School, Mr Giles Bartram has won the prestigious South

End of an era for Councillor Lykke

Three Councils and 26 years later, Tanunda’s Mr David Lykke has retired from Local Government.

His journey has been filled with

74% tax hike

Mid Murray Council with a 74 per cent tax hike to the State Government’s Emergency Services Levy, is facing an $8,491 increase.

CFS looking for fresh faces

Mr Kym Haebich, Northern Barossa Group Officer, is encouraging everyone fit and able to join the CFS.

“The demographics of the

Keep your pet safe this snake season

As summer approaches, pet owners are urged to protect their animals from snakes.

Skye Evans, vet nurse from The Vet Clinic,