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Local sisters make sidecar-cross history

Lara and Eliza Wedge, or the ‘sidecar sisters’ as some may know them, recently made history placing third overall in A grade

Pauline reflects on rebuilding her life

“We can’t stay stuck in the misery and terror. We’ve got to dust ourselves off and focus on what happens now,” said

Barossa’s leading women in wine

Prue Henschke and Rebecca Barr made the region proud last Monday night, both winning awards as part of the Australian Women in

Pastor Fox says goodbye to St John’s

On Sunday Pastor Anthony Fox, of St John’s Lutheran Church, Tanunda delivered his final sermon after nearly 16 years of preaching. 

Waxing to fight cancer

Joel Semmler, bartender at the Tanunda Hotel, Tanunda, has well and truly hit his target of $1,000 in fundraising after being nominated

Nuriootpa pool – almost ready for summer

The Nuriootpa War Memorial Swimming Pool will be a hive of activity for the next three weeks, as staff and workers prepare

A higher calling

The Reverend Linda Brooker from The Anglican Parish of the Barossa, is excited to be ordained as a priest by the Anglican

Poultry shed to go

After a long history of sheltering prize winning poultry at the annual Tanunda Show, the poultry shed at the Tanunda Recreation Oval

Magnolia Fare goes off with a bang

This year’s Magnolia Fare was full to the brim with food, show rides, entertainment, fireworks and more on Friday night.


Barossa United’s star player

Barossa United Soccer Club’s women’s team have a new accolade to add to their success with Jo D’Giacoma, Kapunda, winning 2016 player