THE Gawler community has given a humbling response to last week’s story relating to the disposal of a local homeless man’s possessions.
LOCAL children have the opportunity to take the ‘story trail’ these school holidays as part of a planned community activity, at Hewett.
GAWLER’S first Repair Café has been deemed a success by organisers and those who walked away with their items given a new lease on life.
A LOCAL grandmother has thanked a friend and former colleague for raising funds and awareness for mitochondrial disease – motivated by two of her grandchildren living with the incurable condition.
In today’s segment of The Bunyip Goes Back photographs from September, 1988 are featured.
FOUR years after emerging as a support initiative for northern young people, Elizabeth social service Streetlight has reached new heights during the COVID-19 pandemic.
THE Sandy Creek Netball Club is now running a modified – or ‘modies’ – program to teach the game to the next generation, including children with disabilities.
ON Thursday last week, Robin Kumar became an Australian citizen after a short ceremony in the Two Wells council chambers after moving from India to join his parents in 2014.