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Truck stop on Warren Road a success

On Monday morning local police and the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) conducted a truck stop on Warren Road, Mount Crawford.

Angaston mops up

A huge downpour of rain last Thursday wreaked havoc at Angaston, with reports of up to 10 businesses affected by the deluge and

Minister Brock commits to continued support of RDA Barossa

Last Thursday in the Barossa the Hon. Geoff Brock, M.P., Minister for Regional Development received a rousing applause of support after he announced

Grass will be greener at Tanunda Bowling Club

The Barossa Council has approved a loan of $180,000 to Tanunda Bowling Club that will go towards the installation of two new synthetic

New Pioneer Park War Memorial one step closer

The Town of Gawler is pleased to announce that it has been awarded Art South Australia’s Public Art and Design Major Commission funding

Over 400 people paid tribute to Carl

By Tony Robinson

Seppeltsfield Wines kindly hosted a special celebration of the late Mr Carl Lindner’s life last Friday when over 400 people

Tom’s ready for his New York challenge

Kapunda’s Tom Moten has been busy preparing his running shoes for the past year to head to New York City in the USA

Merv’s mission

Ebenezer’s Merv Storton is donning his leather jacket and helmet and joining nearly 500 bikies from around the nation for the annual Black

Angaston’s Christmas Giving Tree

Angaston Christmas Parade organisers are teaming up with Kid’s Unite to encourage the town to unite for a common cause.

The children’s toy