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Cuts will impact communities says Samantha

There’s a push to reduce speed limits in rural areas to 100km/h in an effort to reduce fatalities on country roads.

Miguel Maestre showcases the Barossa

Chef and television personality, Mr Miguel Maestre has completed a week of filming in the Barossa Valley for an upcoming episode of

Penalty rates hit local venues

An increase in public holiday penalty rates had some cafes and licensed premises across the region close for the first time due

Challenge for newly formed Primary Health Networks

Country North SA Medicare Local, based in Nuriootpa may have to tender to the Federal Government to retain the newly formed Primary

Kym raising funds for local fire fighting crews

Angaston mother of five, Kym Oates has decided to get behind the National Red Balloon initiative this year in support of the

Off and racing

Tanunda was the place to be for cycling enthusiasts of all ages yesterday.

Not only did the historic township play host

106th birthday for Esther

As far as one family is aware, Tanunda Lutheran Home is where the oldest citizen in South Australia lives.

Mrs Esther

Not a dumping ground

People dumping unwanted household goods at Community Helpers Furniture Warehouse, Nuriootpa means less money is donated back into the Barossa community, according

Rain produces positives and negatives for region’s growers

For Mr Rick Steicke of Gully Gardens in Angaston, the recent rain and wintery conditions in the middle of summer have created

Retirement busier than ever for Gillian

There’s one Nuriootpa resident whose happy nature and bright smile lights up the room, putting everyone in a good mood for the