STUDENTS, staff and guests were invited to explore Trinity College’s new Emergence art exhibition opening on Friday night, inspired by the COVID-19 pandemic’s unprecedented conditions.
SIGNIFICANT changes to the state’s aged care procedures in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic will affect local employees and facilities, including Eldercare at Evanston Park.
A DOG walker was left stunned after stumbling upon a gun assumedly dumped near a Gawler railway line last Tuesday.
A SIZEABLE donation to a Barossa NDIS program will benefit participants through local business support.
IT’S been 60 years since Gawler’s Don Raggatt fought a communist enemy during the Malayan Emergency – losing a treasured friend in the process.
THE birth of the iconic Gawler Institute building was celebrated last Wednesday evening with the official launch of a new heritage exhibition.
LIFE is full of coincidences but some are more incredible than others – like three generations from a local family who all share the same birthday.
A SCALED down poetry event attracted more than 20 creatives to the Prince Albert Hotel on Sunday.