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Locks of gold and heart

Staff from Yalumba, Angaston, have raised $800 for HeartKids after an employee offered to have his head shaved at the hands of

Palliative care nurses are back in the region

The region can sigh of relief again as two locally based palliative care nurses have taken up the role of providing palliative

Nicola’s plans as the new Barossa Young Ambassador

Ms Nicola Biagi, Tanunda, won the prestigious two year position as Barossa Young Ambassador and she couldn’t be more thrilled to begin

Dairy farmer honoured

Dairy farmer and founder of Jersey Fresh has been honoured posthumously by the Central Districts Shows Association.

The late Mr Jeff

Our young guns in wine

Seven Barossa winemakers have been named as a Young Gun of Wine, making the top 50 at a ceremony in Melbourne on

Fortnightly collection a health and hygiene hazard

The proposal to collect rubbish fortnightly is a health and hygiene hazard, according to Williamstown resident, Ms Nataly Austin.

The mother

Meet and Eat celebrates ten years

Meet and Eat celebrated its 10th birthday last Wednesday with a special luncheon at the Angaston Uniting Church.

Just like any

Long serving members honoured

Nuriootpa Town Band presented long service awards to Roy Hampel, Des Nietschke, Wes Schilling and Carol Farley, last night, who between them

Vintage has been slow, late and steady

Prue Henschke and the team from Henschke Cellars, Keyneton are amidst wrapping up their 2017 vintage this week.

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Jake’s living the dream

For years, Nuriootpa’s Jake Jones has balanced work as he follows his dream to become a professional drifter.

And now the