THIS week marks 175 years since the expedition party of famed explorer captain Charles Sturt passed through Gawler as part of its exploration into Central Australia.
FREELING Netball Club will be unable to host grand final games at the new $4.8 million Freeling Agriculture, Recreation and Multi-use (FARM) Centre this year, after the other eight Barossa, Light & Gawler clubs voted against playing inside the facility.
GAWLER Council is working to provide the best possible advice to the State Commission Assessment Panel regarding the next stage of the proposed Springwood Estate in Gawler East, but can’t guarantee its recommendations won’t fall on deaf ears.
A HISTORIC heritage-listed Gawler railway canopy could be relocated to Port Adelaide, rather than being reinstated at its previous location at the Gawler Railway Station.
THE Exchange Hotel in Gawler has jointly been named as having the best bar presentation and experience in metropolitan South Australia for the second year in a row.
A CAR parking dispute between a prominent Gawler pub and Gawler Council is preventing the venue from increasing its patronage by up to 120 people.
GAWLER hospital was overlooked by the Federal Liberal Government for a Medicare rebatable magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) licence in favour of four other South Australian sites – one of which is managed by the South Australian Liberal Party vice president.
GAWLER mayor Karen Redman and Gawler History Team chairman Brian Thom have launched an impassioned defence of Gawler’s heritage, which they say could be under attack from proposed new State Government planning reforms.