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A brigade behind the scenes

Whilst everyone knows their local CFS, there is one team of CFS volunteers people are unlikely to know much about.

The Region 2

Bill a champion of Angaston

Citizen of the Year for The Barossa Council, Mr Bill Sibley, 74, of Angaston is a champion of the Angaston community, contributing his

Reg acknowledged for preserving history

Truro resident, Mr Reg Munchenberg has spent his life documenting the history of the region. Now his own name has been written into

100 not out

Mr Keith Fechner is on his way to scoring a century, “100 not out” in a life filled with cricket, footy, hard work

Lifeline for Nuriootpa’s Coulthard House

Nuriootpa’s Heritage listed Coulthard House is well on track to it’s former glory following a deal secured through the Nuriootpa Futures Association (NFA).

Leave our hospital alone

The Kapunda community are rallying to stop the closure of Kapunda Hospital’s sterilisation unit.

Mrs Diane Crombie, former registered nurse at the Hospital

Crowds flock to Tour Down Under

Thousands flocked to the Barossa for the first stage of the Santos Tour Down Under yesterday, lifting the morale of the community recovering

Barossa bushfires

For extensive coverage of the Barossa bushfires, grab a copy of The Leader‘s January 22 edition, which features a 16 page liftout.

Changing industry keeps Diana in the Barossa

As all eyes turn to next week’s Santos Tour Down Under, Bethany’s Diana Phibbs is preparing local participants for the Bupa Challenge.


Residents to protest removal of hospital services

Concerned Kapunda residents will rally together to protest the closure of the Kapunda Hospital’s sterilisation unit next month.

The protest – expected to