SOUTH Australia’s regional councils should not be forced to merge because they don’t share “communities of interest”, according to the state’s peak local government body.
GAWLER Council is almost twice as reliant on ratepayers for its revenue as the national average, but doesn’t believe forced council mergers will deliver economic savings.
TWO men who, together, have spent nearly a century donating blood were among 215 locals who took time out of their day to assist the Red Cross Blood Service last fortnight.
A WORLD first mobile demonstration of an asbestos-affected home will arrive in Gawler tomorrow as part of a national awareness campaign running throughout November.
Clinton v Trump: The Choice 2016 SBS, 8.35pm, Sunday With anticipation building for next Wednesday’s United States presidential election (Australia time), the backgrounds of the nation’s two most controversial candidates in history are laid bare in this documentary. American current affairs documentary program Frontline goes behind the headlines to investigate what has shaped Hillary Clinton […]
A FORMER local student is preparing to embark on a volunteering quest to sub-Saharan Africa to provide medical support to some of the world’s most vulnerable people.
AT just 12 years of age, Kayla McInerney has already decided what she wants to do when she’s older.
DESPITE some less than favourable weather, the Gawler Greyhound Racing Club was pleased with the turnout at its annual Gawler Gold Cup race meeting on Sunday evening.