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She’s at it again

After tackling the Adelaide Marathon four years ago, Angaston’s Alice Howard was happy she’d ticked off something from her “bucket list” and was happy to never do it again, but she’ll be back at it next month.A self-proclaimed “regular half marathon runn

Friday, 15:36 in Sport

Laila's surgery date brought forward

As hoped, surgery to help Williamstown sweetheart Laila Fromm’s body be pain free due to tightening of her muscles has been moved forward. The four-year-old, who lives with cerebral palsy, was in April scheduled to undergo a life-changing operation know

Friday, 12:25 in Regional

Smart PC donation program

The next round for the State PC Donation program has begun to benefit community groups at no cost.The program gives not-for-profit community organisations access to personal computer equipment from surplus government stocks. It’s SA government’s way at r

Friday, 11:59 in Regional

Flashback Friday – Babies in 1995 | GALLERY

Check out these adorable little bubs from the year 1995. adspot-300x50-pos

Friday, 01:07 in Regional

Vehicle collision Kroemer's Crossing

Motorists are urged to avoid Kroemer’s Crossing, Barossa Valley Way, following a two vehicle accident at about 3.30pm Thursday.The driver of one vehicle, believed to be in his late 80s, was taken to hospital, while the other motorist was left uninjured.

Thursday, 17:14 in Regional

Willaston's Brodie is an everyday hero

Willaston’s Brodie Cameron has little to no riding experience, but that won’t stop his pulling on the cleats for the Hill’s Heroes ride, in support of mental health awareness.“I’ve never ridden on a road before, but it’s something that I’d always wanted

Thursday, 16:36 in Regional

4WD Club celebrate 30th anniversary

The tone in Campbell Black’s voice speaks volumes about his passion for four-wheel driving and involvement in Barossa 4WD Club.Just last year the president, his wife Elizabeth and club members visited Cape York and two weeks ago returned from the Simpson

Thursday, 16:19 in Regional

Successful year for Community Craft Shop

At the recent annual general meeting of the Kapunda Community Craft Shop, Cynthia Mattschoss was re-elected chairperson for the 2017-18 year.Mrs Mattschoss reported on a good 12 months of activity of the shop and thanked all contributors for their part i

Thursday, 15:00 in Regional

Draft plan for Angas Rec Park

The Barossa Council is calling on residents to comment on a vision for the future use of Angas Recreation Park.After several months of input by a community working group, council has released a draft masterplan for the park and is asking for community fe

Thursday, 14:45 in Regional

Circus incident in Nuriootpa

Spectators to Friday evening’s circus in Nuriootpa were treated to more than they bargained for following an incident which led to one man being taken to hospital.Both police and SA Ambulance Service were called to the Royale Circus set up at Murray Stre

Thursday, 11:35 in Regional

20th TDU two new rides

Two regional rides aimed at families have been added to the 20th anniversary of the Santos Tour Down Under, January 13-21. The first ever Bupa mini tour for kids will be held at Lyndoch on Tuesday, January 16 with the Fleurieu families and holidaymakers

Thursday, 11:09 in Regional

Collision at Truro

Traffic restrictions are still in place following a serious crash on the Sturt Highway at Truro overnight.A truck and car collided on the Sturt Highway, at the top of Accommodation Hill, at 2.40am on Thursday. The driver of the car sustained serious inju

Thursday, 09:30 in Regional

Mount Pleasant Police Station 150th milestone

A small gathering marked the 150th anniversary of the laying of the Mount Pleasant Police Station foundation stone on Sunday. Owners of the building Chris and Steve Birrell, who are keen to preserve the beautiful old building and acknowledge it’s history

Thursday, 09:30 in Regional

Barossa festivals director Andrew Dundon resigns

Barossa Tourism business development manager, festivals and events, Andrew Dundon has tendered his resignation to pursue a new opportunity in the city.The announcement was made at this morning’s Barossa Tourism annual general meeting in Nuriootpa. A cons

Wednesday, 14:00 in Regional

Mount Crawford crash victim dies

A man has died in hospital from injuries sustained in a crash at Mount Crawford last week.The man's Toyota Rav4 crashed into a tree on Warren Road, Mount Crawford, just after 7.30am on Wednesday, September 13. The driver, a 55-year-old Gawler East man an

Wednesday, 12:34 in Regional
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