A PROMINENT Gawler location has been earmarked for demolition to make way for international supermarket chain Aldi to set up its second store in the region.
TEN-year-old Violet Briggs has parted with her long locks in order to help others.
THIS Clean Up Australia Day, thousands will don gloves and tongs to help the environment and beautify their community.
LOCAL public transport passengers have welcomed the backflip by the State Government to reverse its decision to remove the metro ticket machine from the Gawler Heritage Café at the Gawler Railway Station
OCCUPATIONAL therapist Joanne Robertson walked away from last year’s local International Women’s Day event feeling empowered, supported and even more certain that women can do absolutely anything.
LOCAL women and Girl Guides united last week to prepare for the upcoming Gawler International Women’s Day Breakfast, painting ‘kindness rocks’ for the event.
A LAW has been introduced into State Parliament to protect the Barossa Rail Track and corridor from being dug up further to help keep the dream of a tourist train return alive.
BOGANS and wannabe bogans will be in their element at an upcoming themed bingo night.