CONCERNS about rezoning land in Gawler East to permit residential development near a major gas pipeline were never properly considered by the former State Government or Gawler Council at the time, according to a local resident.
AN ex-Barossa Goldfields local who donated 118 hectares of land to a South Australian nature charity has been awarded with a Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) as part of the Australia Day honours list.
THE local RSL branch has made a public appeal to locate a special-edition reproduction of an iconic Australian World War One painting that was purchased by Gawler residents to honour locals who had fallen during the war.
ANGLE Vale has secured a stunning outright victory over Parafield Gardens in Para Districts grade one cricket on Saturday.
TANUNDA and Lyndoch couldn’t be separated in Saturday’s Barossa & Light division one bowls contest, as they were left tied on 92-all.
GAWLER local John Connelly is continuing his push to open up pathways for taekwondo athletes in the area, by welcoming some of the sport’s biggest names to the town last week.
The Bunyip’s sports journalist Jack Hudson sat down with former Hawthorn and Central District legend John Platten to reflect on his illustrious playing career.
FORMER Gawler East Primary School teacher Katherine Shaw has been welcomed as Light Pass Primary School’s new principal for the next five years.
YOUNG people from across the region are preparing to take their first steps onto a university campus this month, as the tertiary education year begins for 2019.