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Fighting fire is a family affair

Meet the local Freeling CFS crew. Where the team is a mix of past, present and future members, the local frontline has never been
a stronger family affair.

Local youth on target

introducing local lad, Kyle Lewcock and his passion for archery. Through patience and practice, Kyle continues to hone his skills
with competition targets firmly in sight.

On eating giraffes

At 16 Melissa Whyte nearly died in a car crash. Twenty-four years on, she’s facing a different fight for life, but her unshakable faith that God will carry her through remains stronger than ever.

An authentic farm experience

Much like their fruit orchard, Rick and Rosemary Steicke have flourished in the face of challenging conditions, creating an authentic Barossa paddock-to-plate enterprise.

Barossa Contemporary announces Inaugural Programme

The Barossa will be in full bloom this spring as new major festival Barossa Contemporary: Festival for the Curious will bring the region to life with exclusive music, art, food, and wine experiences in five spectacular locations.

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Mikiko Shimoda

A ‘mostly’ portrait and ‘brief’ interview series exploring the idea that one image has the power to tell the whole story.
Each ‘sitter’ suggests the next person to be photographed in this series, and thus ensues
an interesting and unknown trail of Barossa
identities to come.

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Council Update

Bunny Chow

Bunny Chow is an Indian style curry traditionally made with mutton, potatoes, and beans which is served inside a hollowed-out loaf of white bread, similar to a cob loaf but better.

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Veal Osso Bucco

A cold winters night screams comfort food to me and what better way to warm your insides than a delicious meal that’s slow cooked and full of flavour.

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Smoke Taint

Combining the smoke from the chipotles with the herbaceous notes of the Savoury Allsorts gin and sage leaves from the garden, your palate is embraced in a rich warmth, with a spice that doesn’t leave you sweating in winter frost. Finished with lime to freshen and restore balance to your glass, this is one to revisit.

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Felicia & Nick’s Wedding

A Chinese elm tree at Anlaby Station, near Kapunda set the scene for the special day of Felicia Wedding and Nick Murray.

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Meet the locals

As the nights get colder and colder our minds wander to hearty nourishing comfort food. It’s similar with beers.
Ideal winter beers are local and fresh of course, but also malt driven, with more body than thin summer lagers.

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Your guide to winter fashion

The farewell to warmer days is tough, however a new wardrobe awaits! The switch of the season also signals a few months of cosiness and comfort ahead, and you can look forward to changing up your wardrobe for something a little more layered, textured and fun.

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Piranesi

Sixteen years after the release of the international best seller, Jonathan Strange and Mr Norell, Susanna Clarke has returned with her second masterpiece, Piranesi.

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It’s all about the F word at Anytime Fitness

New journeys and new directions can sometimes be a little daunting… And so, it should come as no real surprise that joining a gym can often fall into this category for many people. At Anytime Fitness Nuriootpa and Angaston, we put the important things first to make sure you feel welcome right from day one.

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