BAROSSA Valley Chocolate Company officially opened its doors with a ribbon cutting ceremony on Friday, celebrating being the first chocolaterie and cellar door to call home in the famous wine region.
LIGHT Regional Council mayor Bill O’Brien, with support from a Kapunda High School student, is pushing to lower the voting age at local government elections to 16.
GAWLER lovebirds Walter and Kay Gray celebrated a remarkable 70th wedding anniversary yesterday.
THE Ladies Probus Club of Gawler celebrated its 35-year anniversary at the Gawler Bowling Club on Monday, with Gawler mayor Karen Redman making a guest appearance.
FREELING has sent a message to the rest of the Barossa, Light & Gawler A-grade football competition by thrashing Gawler Central by 92 points at the Dog Track on Saturday.
LYNDOCH resident and Navy Seaman Medical Sailor Elly Pretlove was aboard the Royal Australian Navy’s largest warship, HMAS Adelaide, as it returned to the city of churches last week for the second time.
MEMBERS of the Dalkeith Country Fire Service (CFS) are pleased the Dalkeith Road/Main North Road intersection upgrades have been completed, and that traffic lights are now operational.
GAWLER’S long-time storyteller and musician Martin Johnson has been successful in his push to have two obelisk tablets replaced at the South Para reservoir.