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Barossa’s German heritage honoured

The Barossa’s German heritage was celebrated during tours of Langmeil Lutheran Church grounds for SA History Festival.

Congregation member, Mr Don

Marnie’s passion for painting

Artist, Marnie Wark Gilder of Angaston is in high anticipation as she prepares new and exciting pieces for her exhibition in November. 

Another hairdressing salon targeted

“We work so hard and it’s been taken from us in a matter of minutes,” said Ms Chantal Andrews, owner of Casual

Wine industry outlook meets disruptive thinking

More than 100 Barossa winegrape growers, winemakers, marketers and wine industry support businesses took part in the Barossa Grape & Wine Association’s

Keightley shop sells for over $500,000

Keightley Jewellers, a historic Angaston site, was sold for over $500,000 after it went under the hammer on May 14.


Costly levy increase for farmers

Farmers fear the costly implications of  Natural Resources Management levy increases set to come into effect on July 1.

State Parliament’s

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Wotto’s a winner

Winning, that’s what drives eighteen year old swimming sensation, Tom Wotton.

Powering through 5 a.m. training sessions until his body can

Barry brings music to Blaze Aid

Mr Barry Swan, Tanunda saw the heartache of the Pinery Fires when they joined the volunteer team of Blaze Aid, based at

Residents are not happy

Tanunda resident of more than two decades, Mr Trevor Langridge is appalled by the state of Murray Street in his home town.