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2015 Christmas publishing dates

 

The last issue for 2015 of “The Leader” will be published on Wednesday, December 23, 2015.

National success for Katrina

With a husband, two children and two separate jobs, Nuriootpa’s Katrina Pape has successfully attained a top ten position in the Maxine’s

One Night Stand awaits council approval

Peter Griscti of Angaston is spearheading an application process for a Barossa Valley location to potentially hold Triple J’s ‘One Night Stand’

Pinery Fire hits our tourism

Tourism in the Barossa region has taken a hit with cancellations and no shows occurring to Barossa accommodation and wineries following the

Barossa Generations Lunch 2015 – Another Sell-Out Crowd

The Barossa Generations Lunch, organised by Barossa Grape & Wine Association (BGWA) with the support of volunteers, was held last Friday in

Daveyston residents talk bushfire plans

After the horror of the Pinery Fires, the small Daveyston community banded together to discuss their plans for future bushfire situations. 

A bridge into Angaston’s history

For 150 years it’s been walked over, driven over and even trotted over, but yesterday the Angaston community made sure it wasn’t

Casella shows confidence in Lehmann site

In a major boost for grape growers and the Barossa in general, Mr John Casella, of Casella Family Brands, says his company’s

Nearly the Ugliest!

The team at Gungellan Hotel is the second highest fundraiser in this year’s Leukaemia Foundation’s U.G.L.Y. Bartender’s challenge.

Bianca Cooney, Helen

“The scars will be there for a long time” – says Gavin

Burnt ash lays on top of soil at a farm that once was surrounded by rolling hills of yellow crops in Freeling.