THE Gawler Show may not be going ahead in normal fashion this year, but a new initiative means the community will still be enjoying a bit of friendly-competition.
THE Gawler region’s unemployment rate has jumped in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, but local social support charities fear the worst of the virus’ impact is on the horizon.
A CLOUD of uncertainty is hanging over the heads of local farmers following the announcement of hefty tariffs on barley imported into China.
HEADING to your local for a beer or wine will be allowed again from next week, with pubs given permission to open for up to 80 patrons.
A CONTROVERSIAL Gawler real estate agent is planning to run for the seat of Light when Senator Pauline Hanson’s One Nation registers a state party in the 2022 election.
CONSTRUCTION is set to begin on Gawler Belt school Xavier College’s new campus at Two Wells, with students expected to begin class at the start of the 2021 school year.
GAWLER train commuters have seen crowded carriages and reduced services on the Gawler rail line continue into this week, with the State Government adamant public transport is still safe to use.
GAWLER Council is proposing a 2.4 per cent rate increase for the 2020/21 financial year, with 50 per cent of the revenue to be allocated as remissions to those who “need it most”.