A STUDENT from Trinity College has raised over $4000 for the school’s annual service trip to Cambodia.
A HISTORIC heritage-listed railway canopy could be relocated to the National Railway Museum in Port Adelaide despite community calls to have it reinstated at Gawler.
A PAIR of primary school teachers has joined forces to highlight the damaging effects of anxiety in young children through their newly-published picture book.
A GAWLER woman is ensuring local, disadvantaged families can celebrate the festive season with gifts on Christmas morning.
AFTER setting a total of 214 on day one of its home two-day Adelaide Turf A1 cricket matchup with Goodwood, Trinity Old Scholars met stiff resistance early, before eventually prevailing by 35 runs.
AFTER four rounds, Angaston remains the only unbeaten side in the Barossa and Light Cricket Association’s A1 grade after a comfortable 86-run victory at home against Freeling in the first one-day round of the season.
THE timing of Gawler Council CEO Henry Inat’s proposal to extend his own contract – two years before it is due to expire – “raises alarm bells”, according to a local MP.
GREENOCK’S Jamie McCafferty top-scored with 92 runs from 102 deliveries in his side’s Barossa and Light Cricket Association A1 reserves one-day, 73-run win against Eudunda-Robertstown.