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Kroemers Crossing landscaping21 Oct. 2021
Landscaping of the Kroemers Crossing roundabout will commence Tuesday, 26 October 2021.
Food safety - be prepared21 Oct. 2021
Australian Food Safety Week 2021 ‘Food safety – be prepared’ will be held from 13 to 20 November 2021.
Cut your waste in half20 Oct. 2021
Half-price waste disposal for The Barossa Council residents this Saturday 23 October 2021.
More carparking in Tanunda town centre18 Oct. 2021
Locals and visitors will have access to additional car parking adjacent Barossa Visitor Centre (BVC) in Tanunda courtesy of a $420,000 upgrade.
More places to play at Stockwell14 Oct. 2021
A new $500,000 open space development at Stockwell has been unveiled, giving people in the Barossa more opportunities to play, recreate and socialise.
Calls for more emergency food relief in Barossa6 Oct. 2021
The Barossa Food Security Network is calling on the community to support the emergency food relief initiative by becoming a supplier or distributor of cooked meals.
Stepping up to improve social wellbeing6 Oct. 2021
Steps to Better Health – Barossa involves conducting a statistically valid survey using a questionnaire which identifies factors of an individual’s wellbeing.
Don’t wait to recognise someone great!6 Oct. 2021
The 2022 Australia Day Citizen of the Year Awards is now open and Barossa community leader is giving good reason to nominate.
Recognising Peramangk connection to 'Herbig Tree'1 Oct. 2021
The story of German emigrant Friedrich Herbig who lived in a hollowed out river redgum in Springton is famous in the Barossa Valley. What is less well-known is the story of the Indigenous connection to the ancient tree.