BAROSSA’S key government and industry stakeholders are working together to address the imminent and long-term impacts of the COVID-19 virus.
SUPPORT is being garnered for the restoration of an important artefact relating to the Gawler Institute’s establishment in 1857.
A GROUP of local mates are lending their handiwork skills to a good cause, restoring old vans to run in the Variety Bash later this year.
A COLLABORATIVE effort to honour several unmarked graves with a headstone, at the Willaston Cemetery, has had a set-back after ancestors of the deceased were unable to be located.
SIX Gawler kids had the chance to chat to an astronaut floating more than 400km above the earth surface at an event on Friday night.
MEMBERS from VIEW Clubs around the state, including Gawler, will come together tomorrow to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the organisation’s founding.
LOCAL thrift shoppers are gearing up to pop some tags next month when the Gawler Community House hosts its first Op Shop Crawl.
A LOCAL volunteer firefighter has won a new Holden SV6 VS Commodore in a raffle.