Thursday, April 15, 2021

Top up plea

Business owners, John and Joy Thorpe are hoping they won’t be forced to empty the candy bar and close the doors of...

Scarecrow season has arrived

Scarecrows have started to spring up across the region, signalling the arrival of the Barossa Vintage Festival.

Nuriootpa’s illegal dumping disgrace

Nuriootpa resident, Mr James Ruwoldt is feeling shocked after he noticed dumping of unwanted household items at his block of land recently. 

Destination brand for Light

Light Regional Council (LRC) has committed to developing a new destination brand that will position Light as one of Australia’s premier regional...

No time to ‘Wine’, but time to change

When it comes to wine, the Barossa industry has continued to remain resilient following the devastating impacts of the Chinese tariffs which...

Barossa Vintage Festival Parade leads SA with a new milestone

The Barossa Vintage Festival Parade has achieved a number of milestones in its long history, including laying claim to ‘the longest parade in the southern hemisphere’, but in 2021, the Parade is set for a new record.

Thousands enjoy Angaston Show

Early indications are that the Angaston Show will make a profit from this year’s event as thousands flocked to the Angas Recreation...

Six gongs for The Leader at Country Press Awards

The Leader was a standout performer at the annual Country Press SA Awards held at the Clare Golf Club on February 26.

Vintage 101

This year marks the 101st vintage for the Gersch property out at Moppa, just north of Nuriootpa, with some of every crop...

Fire too close to home

Altona resident, Vicki Hewton has felt overwhelmed with emotions after witnessing the recent Pewsey Vale Fire from her home.