A XAVIER College student is set to travel to Vietnam to study the Vietnam War after being awarded the premier’s Anzac Spirit School Prize last week.
BAROSSA Goldfields resident Andrew Jacks has called for an immediate speed reduction near the Springwood estate in Gawler East, due to heavy vehicles entering the site causing a hazard to on-coming traffic.
GAWLER thrill-seekers may soon have a place to satisfy their need for speed, with the announcement a new outdoor go-kart track and laser skirmish amusement park is being slated to be built on the edge of town.
MEMBER for Light Tony Piccolo has hit out at the State Government’s apparent willingness to privatise the state’s public transport network, saying it will “derail” the system.
ADELAIDE Plains Council (APC) has revealed the reasons behind adding an additional $430,000 to its wages budget, and that doing so would lead to an increase in council borrowing.
GAWLER World War Two veteran Sid Ey joined fellow Gawler RSL members at the local clubrooms last week to celebrate his 103rd birthday.
A MEDICAL imaging company that began operating out of Gawler hospital this week says it will push to bring magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) services to Gawler in the future.
LOCAL Patricia Holmes was recently recognised for her commitment to the Mallala branch of the SA Ambulance Service (SAAS) as part of National Volunteer Week, which ended on Sunday.