Saturday, January 25, 2020

Rat Rod is on its way

If you’re ever looking for Jim Wilton, odds are you’ll find him in the Vaughan shed, up on the hill in Angaston,...

$10,000 goal for Co-op bushfire relief

The Barossa Co-op has partnered with The Leader and The Australian Red Cross with the aim of raising at least $10,000 for...

No “Holden” back on horsepower

The apple hasn’t fallen far from the tree when it comes to the need for speed. Will Boehm and...

Helping out one stitch at a time

As bushfires continue to ravage through Kangaroo Island and the eastern states, one Nuriootpa midwife is calling on Barossa’s crafting community to...

Crew of mates

Out of the ashes of the devastating Cudlee Creek Fire rise stories of terror, courage and the solidarity of mates in the...

Henschke lose Lenswood vineyard to fire

Shocked and devastated. That’s how Prue and Stephen Henschke, Henschke Cellars, Keyneton owners, describe their feelings after losing 30...

Duo ride into Hall of Fame

Trevor Diener and Phil Holmes are recognised as the most successful motorcycle trial champions in the state, are ranked equal second of...

Volunteers and community donations help spread Christmas cheer

Volunteers gathered on Monday to pack Christmas hampers for those across the region who are in need of a helping hand at...

Let the show go on

Angaston and Tanunda Shows will be able to continue to run their “high impact” events on the ovals after The Barossa Council...

Celebrating history of Christmas in Angaston

Angaston History Centre at 21 Murray Street is holding a new exhibition on the theme ‘Christmas in Angaston’ on Saturdays from 1...