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Fire destroys Mount Pleasant home

A fundraising quest has been launched by the family of Paul and Pam Kelly, whose house was destroyed by fire on Thursday...

New Campus opens

Students no longer necessarily have to travel to the city for their education with the opening of Barossa Campus, a place for...

Supporting Brodie’s quest

Tanunda’s Brodie Healy is set to benefit from the generosity of footballers and supporters, who, on July 6, helped to raise more...

Kayak expedition from New Caledonia to Australia proved challenging

A reef to reef sea kayak expedition from New Caledonia to Australia in 2004 proved quite an adventure for David Williamson, of...

Calls for Nuriootpa Cemetery maintenance

“It looks like no one cares.” That’s according to Mr Leo Broadbent on the current appearance of...

Massive re-development for Nuriootpa Primary

Nuriootpa Primary School’s massive re-development will finally begin in January, expected to take around a year to complete. ...

McEvoy is staying in SA

Tony McEvoy is building a 100 box complex in Ballarat, but assures the Barossa is home and McEvoy Mitchell Racing will remain...

Ken prepares for next chapter

He has been charged with managing the region’s biggest supermarket and has overseen the move to two locations but from next month...

Tourism numbers decline

Day trip numbers to the Barossa have declined by 152,000 visitors in one year with visitor expenditure dropping by $21 million.

Our invisible homeless

Geoff looks like an average sixty-year-old; slightly portly, smiling eyes, bewhiskered chin. A typical retiree, enjoying the quiet Barossa life.