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Weather 2021: A challenging year for primary producers

The wettest November on record in South Australia wasn’t quite enough for the state to reach an average year, the Bureau of...

Funding windfall for local sports facilities

A funding windfall of $1.5 million will support a $4.6 million red-evelopment of clubroom and changeroom facilities at Tanunda as part of...

COVID ready

Residents in the Barossa Valley and surrounding communities who require hospital-level care after testing positive to COVID-19 will receive treatment closer to...

$1.2m winery and cellar door for Rowland Flat

Plans for a $1.2 million development including a winery, cellar door and tourist accommodation at Rowland Flat have been released to the...

A comforting quilt during a tough time

Barossa-based Vine Patch Quilters have been providing a talking point outside of health-related topics for Make-A-Wish recipients during medical treatment for more...

Kevin’s green thumb and sustainable garden

The best method of relaxing while being productive is running a sustainable garden full of a large variety of fruit and vegetables,...

Time to move on from COVID

Now that we’re all vaccinated, from a business perspective, it’s time to move on, suggests Mrs Elke Trinkle, Tanunda Bakery and Café...

Millions lost in hay shed fire

Kapunda stock feed business, J. T. Johnson & Sons have started the new year with a significant clean up task after fire...

Former world No.1 in the Barossa

With years of experience under her belt, former world No.1 squash player, Vicki Cardwell is now an inspiring figure in the Barossa...

The future is beer

A big, hoppy, floral India Pale Ale with a lot of length is how Barossa Valley Brewing owner, Denham D’Silva describes his...