LAST month, Lisa Vertheim and her five-year-old son Logan were regarded as homeless, floating between temporary accommodation until they were recently offered a new lease on life through a housing scheme in Adelaide’s north.
UPGRADES are continuing at the Gawler Motel, with owners taking down old signage this month.
“As regards population, Mr. Bright, of Gawler had, said that the population on the Gawler route was greater than the Greenock.
He could contradict that, as the statistics of Mr. Boothby would show.”
THE STATE’S top automotive apprentice Craig Shepley is one of three finalists for this year’s South Australian Apprentice of the Year Awards.
BAROSSA looker Fraser McNally has reached new heights in the modelling world after securing an international contract with the world’s number one agency firm, IGM Models.
JUDGING of the 2014 Barossa nominees for the Brand South Australia Regional Awards is being held today at the Regional Development Australia office in Tanunda.
IT HAS been a wonderful journey for Mark and Gizelle Forgie, who this month celebrated their 30th year running Gawler’s oldest family-owned business, Taylor & Forgie Funeral Directors.
THE Gawler Art Society’s annual art exhibition, which showcased local members’ illustrations, was a great success.