Tuesday, August 4, 2020

Altona resident praised for early fire preparation

Curls of smoke are a common sight across the region at this time of year as combustion heaters are stoked to ward...

Charlie has a new lease on life

Kapunda’s Charlie Quigley used to spend his days at home alone watching television. But thanks to Carers and Disability...

Ripper radish has Merv staggered

Avid readers of The Leader may remember the hefty Japanese radish Merv Ellis unearthed from his Kapunda garden back in May.

Age no barrier to vineyard pruning

There’s plenty of stories shared between mates, James Mader and Allan Baumann, as they reflect on  their pruning adventures and demonstrate age...

Demand grows for locally made hand sanitiser

Two Truro businesses have combined their knowledge and product to create the region’s locally made hand sanitiser. In the...

Quiet first birthday for Community Helpers warehouse

It’s been 12 months since Community Helpers Inc. officially opened its new warehouse at Nuriootpa and the important milestone wasn’t going to...

Eudunda RSL milestone

There is pride in the eyes of Eudunda RSL sub branch president, Mr John Stephens as he welcomes visitors to the town’s...

Who are the “Sprocket Rockets”?

Chances are you’ve noticed a happy group of people cycling around the Barossa Valley dressed in very distinctive yellow hi-vis vests.

New water fountain for Lyndoch

The Village Green in Lyndoch has a new water fountain, thanks to the efforts of Lyndoch Community Committee. After...

Housing boom for Tanunda

Tanunda is on the verge of another housing boom with a parcel of vineyard land earmarked for residential development.