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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.

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French 75

This traditional cocktail has undergone many changes throughout it’s time – much like us all – and with an air of grace and elegance about it, it’s the perfect cocktail to toast the new year and share with your nearest and dearest.

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Barossa Bouillabaisse

A simple take on the traditional seafood stew. With rich and hearty flavours, this dish is perfect any night of the week. Grab some crusty bread to soak up every drop and your favourite Sauvignon Blanc to complete the experience.

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Suzannah and Richard’s Wedding

A chance meeting at a Queenstown pub while on separate family holidays in New Zealand, sealed the fate of Suzannah Smart and Richard Kruger.

Meaghan & Luke’s Wedding

References to Star Wars, Harry Potter, dinosaurs and Lego were a must-have at the wedding of Meaghan Price and Luke Tonkin. The couple ensured their down-to-earth special day was a beautiful mix of casual, geek and intimacy, on the day that also marked their seven-year anniversary.

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Toilet trouble?

Cats are particularly sensitive beings when it comes to their litter tray, with conditions that can affect their ability to urinate normally.
There are a variety of reasons for this, but the main ones are poorly formulated dry biscuits and stress.

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