POLICE are currently investigating a spate of vandalism attacks that caused thousands of dollars’ worth of damage to multiple Gawler businesses last fortnight. Between Thursday, November 15 and Friday, November 16, windows in shopfronts along Murray Street and Walker Place were tagged by the offender/s, who scratched their marks into the glass. Police, so far, […]
THE Springwood Communities development in Gawler East risks becoming “another Aldi”, should Gawler Council be stripped of its planning authority by State Coordinator General Jim Hallion.
A STAND-OFF regarding a major Gawler East pipeline could see Gawler Council lose its planning authority over the Springwood development into the future.
STATE Transport Minister Stephan Knoll has reassured commuters that Footy Express bus and train services from Gawler to Adelaide are “guaranteed” to continue into the future.
A FIREFIGHTING fund that has helped hundreds of local farmers to better defend their properties against bushfires has been scrapped by the State Government.
WHEN Xavier College drama teacher Taryn Stevens couldn’t find a play with enough parts to involve her entire class, she decided to write her own – and it turned out to be a huge hit.
WHAT’S in a name?
It’s a great question, and one that would elicit many different responses depending on who you ask.
HEWETT Primary School was abuzz with activity on Thursday as it celebrated its trademark fundraising event, Enterprise Day.