TRINITY Old Scholars withstood a barrage of bouncers, and some tense final moments, to scrape into the Adelaide Turf A2 cricket grand final by one wicket over the weekend.
NEW time-share dog on and off-leash arrangements at two popular Gawler locations will soon come into effect, with signs alerting walkers to the changes expected to be installed by the end of March.
FUNDING to install traffic lights at the troublesome Tulloch Road/Main North Road intersection in Evanston has been almost doubled, with the State Government announcing today it will commit an extra $3.5 million towards upgrading the junction.
GAWLER councillor David Hughes has challenged fellow elected member Ian Tooley to pay back the $3500 Gawler Council spent on investigating a Code of Conduct complaint the latter had lodged against him late last year.
GAWLER councillor Brian Sambell has slammed the behaviour of an unidentified resident who verbally abused him while he was sitting on the toilet during last Tuesday’s ordinary council meeting.
A LETTER from state planning minister Stephan Knoll has acted as the catalyst for Gawler Council to make public a key, confidential document outlining the proposed vision for rural areas south of Gawler.
MEMBER for Light Tony Piccolo has slammed Gawler Council for trying to progress “a secret Development Plan Amendment” without properly consulting ratepayers first.
A REPORT outlining a vision for the rural areas south of Gawler, which Gawler Council had kept hidden from ratepayers for nearly four years, has finally been released to the public.