THIRTEEN Gawler & District College students are preparing to travel to Cambodia later this year to help teach Cambodian children and undertake community work.
AN ex-Barossa Goldfields local who donated 118 hectares of land to a South Australian nature charity has been awarded with a Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) as part of the Australia Day honours list.
THE manager of an Elizabeth North pub that gave out free beer after the temperature reached 45°C last Thursday said he doesn’t regret doing it, despite being swamped by hordes of thirsty patrons.
BMX riders in the southern Barossa will have a new place to hone their skills following the opening of the new Williamstown Pump Track last Wednesday.
A GAWLER Rotary Club legend was the special guest speaker at the first Rotary meeting of the new year recently.
GAWLER Rotary Club members don’t come more passionate for serving the community than Gawler East’s Lance Hatcher.
AN Evanston Park resident had the pleasure of welcoming a cute koala to his backyard pond earlier this week, as the cute critter sought some refuge from the heat.
TWO foundation students of Elsie Ey Kindergarten are looking into the possibility of organising a reunion for the Gawler kindergarten’s inaugural class of 1947.