The Independent Milk Processor Growing As Queensland’s Industry Shrinks To Around 280 Dairy Farmers

As the number of Queensland dairy farmers dips towards 280, one independent processor is bucking the trend, to risk taking on milk from another two farms.


Pouring The Perfect Beer An ‘art Form’ Still Sought By Savourers Of Frothy Head

Freshly poured tap beer became an unlikely symbol of freedom this year as Australians were allowed back into pubs, but for some what should have been frothy triumph was instead a flat let-down.



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Asset Or Eyesore? Barossa Locals Slam ‘abstract’ $50m Luxury Hotel Proposal, Taking Council To Court

Members of a Barossa Valley community rally against an "abstract" luxury hotel design proposed for a well-known winery in their region, claiming it doesn't sit cohesively within the area's landscape.

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In 42 Years Selling Dreams To Brides, Sally Van Dyken Has Never Seen Anything Like This

With coronavirus restrictions "changing the vibe" of wedding days around the country, couples and businesses are re-evaluating how to deliver on the dream.


Barossa Winemaker Forcibly Kissed Girl But Acquitted Of Child Sex Offences

A South Australian judge says Barossa winemaker Peter John Seppelt's behaviour towards a teenager had "all the hallmarks of grooming" but finds him not guilty of child sex offences.


Hungry Jack’s Closes Two Ballarat Stores After Staff Member Tests Positive To Covid-19

Fast food giant Hungry Jack's closes two stores in the regional Victorian city after a staff member tests positive.

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Derwent Valley Brewery Gets Surprise Order From Japan For Beer

The Two Metre Tall Brewery at Hayes in the Derwent Valley has won a contract to supply five pallets of product to Japan.


State Of Terroir: 2020 Vintage Could Crush Wine Producers

After the smallest national grape harvest in 13 years many growers and wine makers are counting on high quality and rising demand to stay afloat.

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