THE countdown is on until Christmas, and with it one of Gawler’s most popular events – the annual Christmas Carols at Pioneer Park.
OLD scholars and staff have been invited back to Greenock Primary School this Friday to join current students in celebrating their school’s 140th anniversary.
FIFTEEN-YEAR-OLD Nuriootpa High School student Abby Walker honoured the memory of two war servicemen during a 14-day study tour to Vietnam recently.
FREELING will take part in a synchronised global commemoration marking the signing of the Armistice that ended World War One, by including a bagpipe performance of ‘The Battle’s O’er’ in its Remembrance Day service.
THIS Remembrance Day, Gawler historian Rob Richter is ensuring the memory of his late grandfather, Corporal Henry Thomas (Tom) Mackereth, as well as those of all Australians who served in all wars, lives on.
APPROVAL for the highly-anticipated new entry signage for Hamley Bridge could be refused by the Light Regional Council Assessment Panel.
ATTENDING your local country show not only supports local businesses but is a boost to the regional agricultural industry, according to Kapunda Show vice-president and secretary Chris Hutchinson.
A NOMINATION for the Mount Lofty Ranges Agrarian Landscape to be assessed for the National Heritage List has lapsed, after it failed to make it onto a priority assessment list for the second year in a row.