Volunteer Pamela Norman loves to help out in Gawler Community House’s Opportunity Knocks op-shop.
The poor state of the Wasleys Oval has been the talk of the town and region for several years but, finally, a fresh green turf is on the horizon.
This year marks the 20th anniversary of Gawler’s iconic Christmas Riverbank Display.
Local students have hopped on their bikes and are learning all about cycling safely.
THE Gawler Returned Services League has begun circulating a petition, calling for the Gawler South war memorial to be moved. As of yesterday, almost 1000 people had already signed their name to the document. We had 325 signatures on Saturday morning after only about two or three hours, Gawler RSL sub branch public officer […]
Stephen Cain is living proof that anyone can turn their life around. Having spent 25 years in and out of jail and becoming addicted to drugs and alcohol, the now-clean Kapunda resident dedicates his life to preventing people who are at risk of making the same mistakes he did. The 55-year-olds Gutter to Glory program […]
FOR more than 60 years, Ralph Hatcher has been a renowned voice in the community. The 81-year-old is one of the founding members of the South Australian Country Coral Association, a former ABC soloist and local performer. Last year Mr Hatcher performed solo and alongside the Gawler Carols Choir at Carols in the Park. The […]
HEWETT Primary School students got their hands dirty on Friday, planting 300 native trees at the Hewett Centre. Years two, three and seven students worked together to plant the trees as part of the revegetation project. The initiative was funded by a $7950 Natural Resources Management grant. Hewett Centre co-ordinator Rhonda Smedley, who helped organise […]