WHILE officially remaining open, local schools are moving fast to support the containment of COVID-19 and to do their best by students and staff.
UP to 150 of Gawler’s 604 contributory heritage items could become local heritage items, a $200,000 investigation has concluded.
NOW more than ever people are reaching out to the Gawler Suicide Prevention Community Group during the current COVID-19 crisis.
GAWLER’S Relay for Life will not be going ahead next week, with Cancer Council SA making the difficult decision to cancel the annual event until 2021.
COVID-19 has spurred a supermarket buy-up frenzy, with local shelves stripped of essentials, including toilet paper, cleaning products, canned food, pasta and meat.
BUSINESSES across the Gawler region are feeling the pinch of social distancing regulations enforced amid the coronavirus health crisis, with some of the Barossa’s largest wineries shutting up shop while the pandemic takes hold.
A HEWETT resident is calling for a stretch of footpath to be made safer for pedestrians, after he recently witnessed a serious fall from its edge.
LOCAL farmers are growing tired of the political tug-of-war taking place over the status of genetically modified (GM) crops in South Australia, while a group of local businesses have banded together to support continuing the ban on the controversial produce.