STUDENTS at Gawler’s Xavier College have again opened their hearts to the less fortunate, participating in an appeal to help another school community.
MOVING half way across the planet, to a place you have never been before, to play basketball with a group of people you don’t know would be a daunting task for anyone, let alone a 19-year-old.
THE importance of continued learning throughout adulthood was highlighted at the Hewett Centre last Thursday when a celebration was held for Adult Learners’ Week.
AT the same time as the Port Adelaide Magpies were winning six consecutive premierships in the SANFL between 1954-1959 the Tarlee Football Club was winning five straight premierships in the Mid North Football Association.
STAGE one construction of Playford Council’s $55 million regional sports precinct in Elizabeth is set to kick off in August next year.
WHILE a current television series tells the story of Australian nurses serving during World War I, Gawler had its own group of Anzac Girls, The Bunyip’s Amelia Dawkins learns more about these courageous women.
TIME is almost up for the Freeling Recreation Park pavilion.
The pavilion’s future has all but been decided with demolition of the heritage-listed building expected to take place in October.
LOCAL man Leon Budden recently took to the open road on a postie bike for a good cause.