DROUGHT-AFFECTED farmers and their mental health were at the front of the minds of disability employment service APM when it decided on a group to help fundraise for.
THE Gawler RSL celebrated two significant milestones on Saturday night, commemorating 100 years since the end of World War One and 100 years since its inception.
ATTENDING your local country show not only supports local businesses but is a boost to the regional agricultural industry, according to Kapunda Show vice-president and secretary Chris Hutchinson.
AN 83-YEAR-OLD man who never met his biological parents has received some hope in the search for a photograph of his father, who may have been married in Gawler.
“HE’S still singing, just in another room”. This is the way Richard Hatcher sent off his music-loving father, Ralph – who passed away earlier this month at the age of 86 – at his funeral at the Gawler Uniting Church last Wednesday.
THE local community has been given the opportunity to nominate someone who deserves to receive a random act of kindness.
MEMBERS of the Gawler community will expressly say “no” to family violence throughout a dedicated ‘16 Days of Activism’ about the issue later this year.
WITH this week being Mental Health Week nationwide, the Gawler Suicide Prevention Community Group (GSPCG) has reminded locals of how they can help friends and families struggling with suicidal thoughts.