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Citizen of the Year is community-minded

Over the past 12 years Annie Wilson has become a well-loved volunteer in Eudunda. So much so, she was...

Humble CFS captain is Citizen of the Year

Robertstown CFS’s humble captain and long-serving member, Adrian Schmidt has been named Citizen of the Year for Regional Council of Goyder’s Robertstown...

Lindsay gets the job done

They say if it wasn’t for the hard work and enthusiasm of Lindsay Mullins, Allendale North’s impressive new community shed would have...

Heritage and community health a focus for Dr Bill

Described as “gracious, kind and caring”, Barossa Citizen of the Year, Dr Bill Gransbury says he is pretty lucky to live in...

Freeling Foodworks faces closure

The words on Caroline Sandstrom’s work shirt say it all: ‘Shop friendly’, a simple phrase that embodies what Caroline and her partner,...

New era begins for Angaston site

A blue sign installed in 1997, one of many placed around Angaston at the time to highlight historical points of interest, is...

There’s no party like the Vintage Festival parade

With the Barossa Vintage Festival fast approaching, it’s time for the community to channel their inner creativity and start planning their float for the much-loved Vintage Festival Parade on Saturday, April 17.

Cycle event showcases Barossa

The first stage of the Festival of Cycling will start in the Barossa on January 21 with a peloton of female riders...

Hospital and water top priority for Stephan

A new Barossa hospital and a sustainable water supply for irrigation are at the top of Mr Stephan Knoll’s priority list as...

The year the rain came: 2020 weather wrap up

The Bureau of Meteorology released its Annual Climate Statement last Friday, naming 2020 as Australia’s fourth warmest year on record.