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Stumped by a flying branch

Joanne and Dennis Saegenschnitter of Tanunda got the shock of their lives last Monday when a rogue tree branch hit their car

Local pastor retires after nine years of service

Pastor Vernon Kleinig, Zion Lutheran Church, Angaston, is retiring from service after nine years in the Barossa.

Pastor Vernon has been

Persistence pays off for Dean

It became a six year process but Truro’s Dean Firth has no regrets when he sails his handcrafted boat on the ocean.

Funding assists new projects and jobs growth

Regional Development Minister, Mr Geoff Brock has injected a significant amount of money into the region, making funding announcements during this week’s

Community rallies for Anti-Poverty Week

More than 70 people have participated in the region’s Anti-Poverty Week event, Giant Jumble Bonanza hosted by Barossa Lutheran Community Care.

A touch of British royalty

News that the Prince of Wales and Duchess of Cornwall are coming to Tanunda is music to the ears of Barossa royalists.

Burning for success

Mrs Joy Day, The Keg Factory, Tanunda, will be making it onto TV screens, with a documentary being made about her wood

Angaston Men’s Club Auction raised $12,000

This year the Angaston Men’s Club celebrated their 71st year grossing $12,000 with their annual auction on Saturday being held in glorious

Retiring Pastor Vernon celebrates his last Meet ‘n’ Eat

Pastor Vernon Kleinig is retiring from his position at Zion Lutheran Church, Angaston in November and celebrated with friends at his last

Work starts on Kapunda shared path

The Kapunda Shared Walking Trail has commenced construction since the Light Regional Council successfully secured permission from the Department of Transport and Genesee