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A day of firsts for Tanunda RSL

More than 2,000 people attended the ANZAC Day Dawn service in Tanunda on Saturday morning, breaking all records.

President of the

House fire causes $300,000 worth in damage

Last week a serious fire in Mount Pleasant engulfed a home in flames, causing an estimated $300,000 worth in damage.


About time

After a year of planning and generous donations from the local community, the time arrived for the installation of the Angaston/Keightley town

Williamstown is best dressed town

Williamstown has been named the winner of the Best Dressed Town competition from the Santos Tour Down Under this year.


Three new Barons appointed

Peter Gago, Tyson Stelzer and Grant Dickson have been named as Barons of Barossa.

The induction ceremony took place on April

Barossa still buzzing

Rockin’ popes, scarecrow trails and fantastical foods were just some of the assortment of sights presented over the five days of Barossa

The reunion of two tribes

A part of the Barossa Valley’s history was celebrated over the Easter weekend and new history made when a pioneering family of

Call for grape treading participants

The Barossa Vintage Festival will once again present the Grape Treading Championships, taking place at the Barossa Comes Home event, April 18

Pindarie is Australia’s best tourism winery

The Barossa’s Pindarie Cellar Door has been named Australia’s best tourism winery at the Australian Tourism Awards in Adelaide on Friday night.

Grain producing woman shares ideas

GRAIN Producers SA supported a female grain producer to attend last week’s International Rural Women’s Conference in Adelaide – Katie Preston, Eudunda.