THE race that stops the nation, the Melbourne Cup, also captured the attention of Adelaide’s northern suburbs last Wednesday as the 2019 trophy toured St Patrick’s Technical College.
MUCH-LOVED Gawler icon and returned serviceman Sidney Louis Ey will be farewelled at what is expected to be a well-attended local funeral tomorrow, after passing away last Wednesday aged 103.
WAITING in line outside Gawler’s The Exchange hotel on Friday nights will soon be a thing of the past after the venue received permission to increase its capacity by up to 120 people.
GAWLER residents, at long last, will soon be able to have hard rubbish collected from their homes under a new scheme that will commence next month.
THIRTY new Australians were officially welcomed into the community after receiving their citizenships at a packed ceremony held at the Gawler Civic Centre last Wednesday.
SOUTH Australia’s nation-topping unemployment rate of 7.3 per cent has been garnering statewide attention since being revealed last week, but the figure in Adelaide’s north – including Gawler – is still higher.
TWO Wells will be hoping to become the first team since the early 1970s to win three Adelaide Plains A-grade football premierships in a row when it meets Hummocks-Watchman in this Saturday’s grand final.
HUMMOCKS will be aiming for back-to-back Adelaide Plains A1 netball premierships when it takes on Long Plains in Saturday’s grand final at Two Wells.