THE whole town of Freeling has something to be proud of, with the restoration of the historic Gray Street shops now officially complete.
PEDESTRIANS, including the elderly and young children, will now be able to walk safely in Wasleys, largely thanks to a 10-year-old local student and his enthusiasm to have his voice heard.
GAWLER & District College may soon need to construct a trophy cabinet to house the numerous awards it collected from the Royal Adelaide and Gawler shows recently.
MOTHS are proving to have a positive effect on the control of a noxious weed known to cause problems for farmers in the Gawler area.
THE Inspiring Futures for Young Women program will be coming to Gawler & District College tomorrow, September 20, after several
highly successful events.
ADELAIDE Plains Council has considered taking legal action to stop a closed meeting between the Gawler River Floodplain Management
Authority (GRFMA) and landholders impacted by the proposed Northern Floodway project from going ahead.
TWO Wells Primary School students donned their flannelette shirts and straw hats on Thursday, as they looked to raise funds for farmers doing it tough.
JAMES Kelly’s proposal to Emily Hempel was not just the talk of the town, but the talk of the state recently, setting a
new standard for couples everywhere.