AN ESTIMATED 500 people turned out at Greenock Oval on Sunday for the fifth annual Veteran and Vintage Run.
GAWLER Aboriginal health leader Mary “Mullamar” Graham was instrumental in fostering reconciliation in the north, and now she has a major road named after her.
THE final, seventh, stage of the Murray Street upgrade project has received a further financial boost from the Federal Government.
THE future is looking bright at the Angle Vale Cricket Club, with the club boasting three members of Para District Cricket Association’s SACA under-16 boys representative carnival team.
LYNDOCH has established itself as the clear danger to knock off top-dogs Angaston in Barossa & Light Bowling Association’s Saturday division one competition, with a solid 104-88 win at Tanunda separating the top-two from the rest of the field.
GAWLER’S Thursday division one bowlers fell to Kensington Marryatville by 12 shots, taking no points for the day, but it wasn’t the disaster it could have been as results elsewhere went its way.
WELL, Christmas has been and gone and 12th night came round again, so the Rotary Club of Gawler Light Christmas display had to come down.
BAROSSA wine businessman Rolf Binder has been appointed as the new chair of Regional Development Australia (RDA) Barossa Gawler Light Adelaide Plains Inc.
COMMONWEALTH Bank Gawler branch employees have donated $500 to Willo’s Men Shed as a part of a nationwide community donation program.