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.
FORMER South Gawler Lion Travis Head added another page to his illustrious career in this past week’s Sheffield Shield clash between South Australia and Western Australia, registering a new personal high-score, and the second highest score by an SA batsman at the WACA.
LOCAL harness racing participants were honoured at the annual Harness Racing South Australia awards on the weekend.
DESPITE winning the rink count 2-1, Gawler’s Thursday division one ladies couldn’t overcome home team Somerton, eventually going down 50-55.
AN investment in the Barossa, valued at $220,000, was announced by the State Government during a visit to the region last week.
KAPUNDA Hospital’s surgical theatre and labour ward will be temporarily out of action, during the refurbishment of the surgical theatre’s sterilisation facility.
MUNNO Para West lad Craig Goodwin made his return to Adelaide United and scored as the Reds defeated Western Sydney Wanderers 3-2.