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Female councillors to host politics forum for women

With local government elections looming later this year, The Barossa Council’s current female elected members are hoping to boost the ‘X factor’...

Senior Citizen’s Club celebrates 53 years

Kapunda Senior Citizens Club celebrated a well-needed expansion of their centre, holding a ribbon-cutting event to commemorate the renovations and the milestone...

MFS station assessments underway

The Metropolitan Fire Service (MFS) regional station proficiency and audit assessments are underway once again as firefighters vie for five awards in...

Raffle brings ‘wheely’ good results

Small dented trollies with wonky old wheels have been replaced by four much larger, new smoother running ones, thanks to a group...

Celebrating Families in Business

Family businesses are recognised as a significant driver of our local economy and their presence should be celebrated. As these businesses are uniquely local, they help to develop the distinctive make-up of our towns and streetscapes.

Barossa consumers hit an Iceberg

With rising costs of fuel and interest rates, South Australian consumers have now been warned that their next trip to the grocery...

Lucy’s Canadian dodgeball dream

Former Nuriootpa High School student, Lucy Elsworthy is preparing to represent Australia in the World Dodgeball Championships in Edmonton, Canada beginning in...

Care bags to assist patients on their cancer journey

J-Care bags, named in recognition of Barossa Area Fundraisers for Cancer (BAFFC) member, Ms Julie Combe have recently been created by BAFFC...

A right royal Platinum Jubilee

One British born Tanunda resident has been staying up into the early hours of the morning to watch all the television coverage...

Youth Barossa supporting young drivers, rain, hail or shine

As winter rolls in, so do the dangers out on the road, with wet, slippery and foggy weather creating challenging conditions -...