THE annual Two Wells Street Party and Christmas Parade has become the latest festive season event to fall victim to COVID-19 pandemic restrictions.
A WELL-attended community forum on Monday night enabled community members and those of neighbouring councils to consider Gawler Council’s development of a boundary reform proposal – and ask necessary questions.
PUBLIC consultation on the design of the King Street Bridge’s replacement is set to begin this month, ahead of its impending demolition.
PLAYED in front of a surprisingly small crowd, the Barossa Light & Gawler Football Association’s A-grade preliminary final between the South Gawler Lions and the Angaston Panthers at Freeling Oval proved to be a hard-fought and entertaining encounter.
THE Barossa Light & Gawler Football Association senior colts preliminary final was played at Freeling in fine, but windy conditions between second-placed Willaston and third-placed Barossa District, with the Bulldogs completely dominating in a one-sided affair 9.11 (65) to 1.6 (12).
GUNNING for its fourth consecutive Barossa Light & Gawler Football Association reserves flag, Angaston got off to a sluggish start against both a stiff breeze, and a confident South Gawler side.
In today’s segment of The Bunyip Goes Back photographs from September, 1988 are featured.
FOUR years after emerging as a support initiative for northern young people, Elizabeth social service Streetlight has reached new heights during the COVID-19 pandemic.
THE Sandy Creek Netball Club is now running a modified – or ‘modies’ – program to teach the game to the next generation, including children with disabilities.