Tuesday, September 17, 2019

Barossa’s biggest shopping promotion

They say a change is as good as a holiday and The Leader is offering both as it launches its fourth ‘Shop...

Doctors wear crazy socks for mental health

Angaston Medical Centre doctors have chosen their craziest socks to wear tomorrow for Crazy Socks 4 Docs Day. Held...

Gawler eyes Light, Barossa towns

Gawler Council have been presented with a proposal by their Mayor Karen Redman, which, if backed at the Council meeting last night,...

Plan for Barossa Community Conversation Focus Group

The concept of a “parked ideas” list was among the topics discussed at the meeting of the Barossa Community Conversation Focus Group...

Warm clothes for winter

The cold, wet weather is coming on quickly, luckily Tanunda’s Community Helpers Op Shop has no shortage of winter clothes - yet.

Pinery regreening continues

About 8,500 native plants were given to landholders affected by the 2015 Pinery bushfire at the latest landscape recovery plant giveaway.

We need our village

It’s been little more than a week since the Barossa Council’s Suicide Prevention Forum, but already Dan Eggleton of Tanunda has had...

Help for those affected by drought

More than fifty people took advantage of the Federal Government’s drought outreach events held in Eudunda and Freeling last week.

Cementing Barossa’s history

They might be nicknamed “rusties”, but members of the Barossa Valley Machinery Preservation Society are anything but, putting in a sterling effort...

Supporting Samantha

New Year’s Eve and birthdays are times for celebration but for Samantha Foreman, these usually joyous days brought life-changing news.