AN Andrews Farm resident has brewed an internationally-recognised beer from the comfort of his own backyard.
STATE education minister John Gardner spent some time at Sandy Creek Primary School last Wednesday to see first-hand how his government’s $50,000 Innovative Language Grant had been put to good use.
GAWLER Council chief executive Henry Inat has labelled claims, made by a Gawler councillor, that he and mayor Karen Redman interfered with a vote relating to car parking at The Exchange hotel as “outrageous”.
A FORMER jockey who suffered a life-changing brain injury over two years ago has used her new-found passion for volunteering, and horses, to brighten the lives of aged care residents in Gawler.
A FORMER elected member is taking on Gawler Council in the Environment, Resources and Development (ERD) court over its decision to approve the demolition of a decrepit stone outbuilding located on the edge of Church Hill.
GAWLER has been chosen as the pilot town for a “world-first” telecommunications initiative aimed at encouraging businesses to support one another, and stimulate the local economy.
GAWLER Council will request the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) supply it with reference designs for the ongoing Gawler Rail Line Electrification Project, stating it has been left in the dark about preliminary works currently being carried out along the rail corridor.
A PARLIAMENTARY committee will write to planning minister Stephan Knoll requesting that he reinstate important gas pipeline safety references that were removed from a newly-approved Gawler development plan amendment (DPA).