FOUR Gawler locals are gearing up for their first-ever Variety Bash while raising funds for children who are disadvantaged, sick, or living with special needs.
It has been four decades since Tony Piccolo joined the Labor Party, and the Member for Light sat down with Bunyip editor Grady Hudd to reflect on his journey so far.
THE daughter of late Gawler councillor Scott Fraser has paid tribute to his best friend for the incredible support he showed following her father’s passing.
GAWLER’S character could be “irreplaceably compromised” under proposed new State Government planning reforms that would water-down the protection policy currently in place for more than 600 contributory heritage items in the township.
GAWLER mayor Karen Redman and Gawler History Team chairman Brian Thom have launched an impassioned defence of Gawler’s heritage, which they say could be under attack from proposed new State Government planning reforms.
THE future of Gawler’s Service SA facility has again been thrust into the spotlight after state treasurer Rob Lucas suggested last week that centres across the state were being considered for privatisation.
GAWLER’S Whitelaw Terrace was coloured in different shades of the proverbial on Friday, after a blocked drain sent sewage spewing into the street for more than 12 hours.
LOCAL businesses are being encouraged to dress up their shopfronts to promote next month’s Gawler Show, as a new way of bringing the town together in support of the event.