SENIORS, juniors and women’s football will all return in the Barossa, Light & Gawler Football Association over the course of the next month after clubs unanimously voted in favour of playing.
GAWLER Council staff have resoundingly voted no to a wage freeze as part of ongoing enterprise agreement (EA) negotiations, sending a “clear message” to CEO Henry Inat.
SENIOR and junior football will return this year, with the Barossa, Light & Gawler Football Association (BL&GFA) voting to go ahead with its 2020 season while other local leagues shut-up shop.
THE COVID-19 pandemic has been difficult for businesses across Gawler, but one café owner is determined to keep supporting those doing it even tougher.
A LOCAL organic farmer wants Gawler Council to fight to remain genetically modified (GM) crop-free, saying it would provide a market advantage for local growers.
DEFAMATION accusations from an outspoken Gawler councillor aimed at the rest of the chamber were discussed behind closed doors at a confidential meeting last night.
MAJOR changes to Gawler’s local bus services, including three routes becoming on-demand only, are set to be included in a significant overhaul of Adelaide’s public transport network.
BAROSSA Local Service Area (LSA) police have praised the behaviour of locals and tourists across the long weekend, despite 95 on-the-spot speeding fines handed out in the region.