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Generosity continues

The community continues to show their support of those affected by the Pinery Fires through generous donations.

John and Joy Thorpe,

A big day in the kitchen

A team of volunteers came together in the kitchen on Sunday for the first Kind Hearted Kitchen cook-up for 2016.

Co-ordinated

Patsy celebrates

Tanunda’s, Ms Patsy Biscoe says she is honoured to be named in this year’s Australia Day honours, receiving a Member of the

A new era of youth mentoring

mentoring has begun in the Barossa as The Father’s Farm Mentoring Programme relocates to a new site in Nuriootpa.

The sale

Recovery begins for Freeling farmers

Farmers hit by the Pinery Bushfire are embarking on a massive recovery programme with support from Light Regional Council who are seeking

Yvonne leaves Barossa Lower North Futures

Barossa Lower North Futures executive officer, Ms Yvonne Cloke has resigned from her role after 11 years at the helm.

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Game changer for Slattery

Nuriootpa Rover Football Club coach, Henry Slattery, is among the 34 Essendon Football team players that have been found guilty of doping

Time for projects to be delivered across Light

Light Regional Council Mayor, Mr Bill O’Brien is looking forward to delivering projects across the region this year after many have undergone

Fire victims rebuilding their lives

The Pinery Fires shook the region late last year, and for those affected, this past festive season was a little different from