THE Gawler community has rallied around Evanston’s Sunrise Bakery, a week after thieves stole a charity tin from the business.
THE CHANGE Original Music Festival rocked Gawler over the weekend with two packed out shows in the courtyard of the Kingsford Hotel.
ADELAIDE Plains Council (APC) has distanced itself from the boundary expansion plans of Gawler and Barossa Councils, while Light Regional Council (LRC) mayor Bill O’Brien has declared his council would be “unsustainable” if the reforms were successful.
AN ex-Gawler resident has launched an ambitious plan to revive the Barossa Wine Train, as the State Government ponders the future of the Barossa rail corridor.
A LOCAL e-cigarette business is feeling the pinch of new State Government legislation that it says is “demonising” the product.
HILLIER medicinal cannabis advocate Jenny Hallam (pictured) has urged her supporters “not to give up” the fight to legalise medicinal cannabis oil as she prepares to be sentenced for drug charges in November.
MUCH-LOVED Gawler icon and returned serviceman Sidney Louis Ey will be farewelled at what is expected to be a well-attended local funeral tomorrow, after passing away last Wednesday aged 103.
WAITING in line outside Gawler’s The Exchange hotel on Friday nights will soon be a thing of the past after the venue received permission to increase its capacity by up to 120 people.