LYNN Martin has been an inspirational leader of Xavier College and the wider community for 16 years and will be recognised as such, this Australia Day.
AFTER being the only school teacher to receive a full scholarship, 2018 Public School Education Award winner for innovation in practice, Mike Hawkey, began his fiveweek stay at the Southern Hemisphere Space Studies Program last Monday.
NEXT week significant transitions will occur when local children start school for the first time or move from primary school to high school.
WITH the state buzzing as the Tour Down Under, the first event on the professional cycling calendar, rolls through town, the Gawler Wheelers cycling club is making the most of its favourite time of year.
AFTER pushing Angaston all the way on its Saturday fixture (see page 40 for recap), Tanunda shocked the undefeated league leaders on Sunday at Angaston Oval in the one-day decider.
WITH a number of players unavailable, Gawler Rangers faced top-four team Kensington in division two baseball, but came from 0-3 down after three innings to win 7-3 at home.
A LOCAL six-year-old has come up with a fun and creative way to help those affected by recent bushfires.
VOLUNTEERS of the Willo’s Men’s Shed have done their part to support the rehabilitation of Kangaroo Island after devastating bushfires ravaged the region earlier this month.
A LOCAL primary school girl has turned a tough time for her family into something positive, cutting off her long hair to create wigs for chemotherapy patients and raise money for cancer research.