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Driving his way to a new life

There’s a broad smile on Daniel Woolley’s face as he sits behind the steering wheel of his car, a result of an...

Hope for those who need it most

For the team at Barossa Community Kitchen spreading hope and cooking a home cooked meal for those who need it most is...

Calls for greater support

One of the key aged care providers in the Barossa  have thrown their support behind all 149 recommendations made as part of...

Barossa a top town contender

A collaborative initiative between The Barossa Council and Tourism Barossa has positioned the Barossa as a prominent contender in the Tourism Industry...

Station building has potential says town group chairman

Finding a suitable tenant for the refurbished Angaston Railway Station building will become a high priority for the Angaston Community Business Alliance,...

Easter easing brings relief

Places of worship, cinemas and theatres have reason to rejoice as density caps for  indoor fixed seating venues...

Women will not be silenced

For many women the constant fear and anxiety of being alone at night and in public spaces has unfortunately become the norm.

Nuriootpa’s illegal dumping disgrace

Nuriootpa resident, Mr James Ruwoldt is feeling shocked after he noticed dumping of unwanted household items at his block of land recently. 

Destination brand for Light

Light Regional Council (LRC) has committed to developing a new destination brand that will position Light as one of Australia’s premier regional...

No time to ‘Wine’, but time to change

When it comes to wine, the Barossa industry has continued to remain resilient following the devastating impacts of the Chinese tariffs which...