The Bunyip’s sports journalist Jack Hudson sat down with former Hawthorn and Central District legend John Platten to reflect on his illustrious playing career.
GAWLER Council has extended the consultation period for a proposal to limit on-street parking surrounding Gawler police station, after nearby residents spoke out against the hastiness of the plan’s announcement.
STATE planning minister Stephan Knoll has indicated he might not support a rezoning application for Gawler Council’s rural zone, should the council refuse to publicly release a report containing recommendations about land use changes in the area.
A NEW $30 million Trinity College campus, a retail district, and 800 new homes are set to transform Roseworthy as part of a $2.4 billion housing development destined for the township.
A LOT has changed since Gawler was first established 180 years ago, last Thursday, but it has been remembered for being a contemporary leader in engineering and education in its early days – legacies which continue to shine through today.
GAWLER Central Sporting Club has shirtfronted Gawler Council for failing to get moving on a project to construct a new shelter at Gawler Oval, saying it had a contractor ready to start the job over 12 months ago.
GAWLER Council has become the first South Australian council to pass a “climate emergency” declaration, committing itself to urgently preparing a Community Climate Emergency Plan to further enhance its resilience to climate impacts.
CHILDREN across the region took their first steps as primary school students on Tuesday morning, as schools returned for another year this week.