Sunday, September 20, 2020

No television for Truro

Truro residents are becoming fed up with their lack of free to air television since the inception of digital television.

Outback car trek challenge

Somewhere right now, on a back road between Renmark and Vesteys Beach in the Northern Territory, Mr James Meyer of Stonewell is...

Happy shoppers!

“Hold on a minute, I’ll need to pick my wife up off the floor!’ These words, along with...

Serious crash near Gawler

Police and Emergency Services crews are at the scene of a serious two car crash just off the Sturt Highway at Gawler...

Vine Inn awarded top national honour

The Vine Inn Barossa Community Hotel, Nuriootpa have taken out the award for Outstanding Community Service and Achievement at the Australian Hotels...

Tourism spend grows

An increase in tourists to the Barossa region has contributed to a state record high with $7.6 billion being spent by visitors...

Dylan is new Foodland manager

It’s all about people for the newly appointed Barossa Fresh Foodland business manager, Mr Dylan Murdoch. The 38...

A Saltram celebration

Past winemakers and close connections of Saltram Wines in Angaston gathered for a special lunch at Mamre Brook House and Saltram cellar...

School counts the cost of summer downpour

The commencement of Nuriootpa Primary School’s re-development at the beginning of the year has already brought with it a major hiccup for...

The light at the end of the tunnel

A domestic violence survivor shares her story in this special report by The Leader. If anyone knows what it’s...