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Merino sheep attacked in Eden Valley

Eden Valley farmer, Ms Sue Holt is calling for sheep owners to be vigilant after a large mob of her merino sheep

A mirror worth looking into

Mirror, mirror on the wall, who’s the fairest of them all?

The answer, it seems, could lie in the beautifully hand

Passionate about Pavlova

Stuart Roennfeldt, Greenock, won first place at the Royal Adelaide Show this year for his homemade Pavlova.

He has been making

Youth bus gains momentum

The regional youth bus, a collaborative project with Local Government and Barossa Lower North Futures, is steering young people in the right

Painter a Nuriootpa fire hero

Mr Rick Schonfeldt, a local painter, may well be the hero of the day after he assisted two young mothers and their

Karina Cook is Netballer of the Year

Karina Cook from South Gawler won the Senior One netballer of the year at the Barossa, Light & Gawler Netball Association Presentation

Rex mascot needs a name

If you’ve been to the Rex recently, you may have noticed a new face.

Big and friendly with a giant “beaky” smile, the

New hub for community engagement

The newly opened Freeling Hub Community Centre, opened on September 2, received $60,000 in funding, which will allow the centre to create a

Supporting SIDS and Kids SA

Eden Valley’s Del Zimmermann is on a quest to raise money for SIDS and Kids SA and will participate in next weekend’s

Over 170 attend Winery Association conference

spects from the grape to the bottle, the annual Winery Engineering Association conference and exhibition is an important event for those in