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Pedestrian safety at risk

Light Regional Council Mayor, Mr Bill O’Brien has vowed to drive the state government mad before he lets go of his wish for

Two die in horror smash

Police are urging motorists to heed the road safety message after the death of a Nuriootpa couple on Monday.

Seventy one year old

Digital switchover reduces local news

Not everyone is benefitting from the digital TV switchover, with some viewers receiving less content than ever before.

Truro couple, Adrian and Susan

Co-op confident

The Community Co-operative Store (Nuriootpa) Ltd. is in a very strong position in what continues to be challenging times and is confident of

Sisters take over the field

Four sisters reunited on Saturday to play in AM United’s B grade hockey match.

Fiona Nevins, from England took to the field with

Motherhood inspires inner author

As Lyndoch mother, Mrs Kim Lock goes about her daily business, a bunch of voices chatter away in her head.

The novelist is

Aged care services join forces

More money will be spent on direct care for the elderly through the formation of a regional health cluster in the Barossa.


Jobs go as Linke’s Contracting closes

Many employees will be out of a job at Linke’s Contracting Pty. Ltd., Nuriootpa, after the nearly 50-year-old business confirmed it will be

Smash and grab devastates Barossa Music Centre owners

Owners, Pete and Cath Koch told The Leader last week they were disappointed that someone would target the family owned business in the

From train driver to OAM recipient

His workaholic nature has been the driving force behind Nuriootpa man, Mr Chris Johnstone’s long association with many different community organisations.

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