THE completion of the brand new Wasleys Clubrooms has paved the way for sporting or community groups and activities to come back to the area.
THE family of local grandmother Phyllis Harrison, who was murdered in her own home 22 years ago, have praised police after an arrest was made into the cold case.
GAWLER Council is set to continue providing a hard waste service to residents, after more than 950 collections were provided last year.
FRIDAY made for great racing at Gawler, headlined by the two Gawler Produce semi-finals and a blistering run from likely final favourite next week, Air Marshall.
AFTER the Barossa Valley Hockey Association kicked off its A-grade season last week, the B-grade competition joined the party on the weekend, with Gawler back fielding a B-grade side after being unable to do so in 2019.
TRINITY Old Scholars will be the first local football club to officially take the field when it’s A-grade men head to Gilles Plains on Saturday to take on St Paul’s Old Scholars.
MALLALA’s Max Angus is proving age is no barrier to stepping up and doing your part to help others.
A $2.5 million redevelopment of the Angaston Rail Station precinct has seen the area transformed into an adventure play space for all ages.
A PAINTED silk banner, which dates back to the formation of the Gawler Institute committee, will be put on display once again due in part to the community’s support.