GAWLER’S Australia Day event looked different to other years, however locals were still united across a number of locations to celebrate what it means to be Australian, and acknowledge outstanding achievements.
SMITHFIELD Plains’ Raelene Wlochowicz has been crowned Playford Council’s Citizen of the Year at an Australia Day breakfast on Tuesday.
MAGOK Manyang is set to spend most of 2021 in Eunice, Louisiana after the Trinity College graduate was offered a spot on LSU Eunice’s junior college basketball team.
LOCAL sports clubs – including a rugby union club moving from Lyndoch to Tanunda – are the big winners following the release of successful funding applications by the Office of Recreation, Sport and Racing (ORSR).
GAWLER’s Riley McGree has made history after his debut with the Australian national football side against Kuwait late last week.
WITH Peter Page Hyundai now
well and truly up and running on
Elizabeth Way, Elizabeth, it’s
now time for the dealership to
become even more entrenched
in the Gawler precinct and surrounding
community, with a focus
on local sporting clubs.
IN past editions of The Bunyip, you may have seen that some Gawler youth were being recognised for their involvement in the community, their careers’ success, and their personal success at the South Australian Young Achiever Awards.
GAWLER-based Healthy Mind Australia has taken part in the Cancer Council’s Biggest Morning Tea.
AN old wartime-era Douglas DC-3 airliner with a connection to Gawler was once used in a TV miniseries and is now resting in the garden of an aviation enthusiast in Western Australia.