THE north’s only direct bus route to the city will continue running, with one local MP saying he’d “never known a local issue to cause so much genuine anger”.
MEMBER for King Paula Luethen is likely to be a major reason behind the State Government’s bus overhaul backflip, after the Liberal MP took the bold step of opposing her own party’s policy.
MALLALA’s Max Angus is proving age is no barrier to stepping up and doing your part to help others.
PLAYFORD Council is embroiled in another legal stoush with its former chief executive Mal Hemmerling, but the ex-boss does not want to see ratepayers foot the legal bills.
THE state’s paramedics’ union has raised concerns about ambulance ramping at the Lyell McEwin Hospital, saying it is atypical to see ambulances waiting outside to process patients.
A $2.5 million redevelopment of the Angaston Rail Station precinct has seen the area transformed into an adventure play space for all ages.
A PAINTED silk banner, which dates back to the formation of the Gawler Institute committee, will be put on display once again due in part to the community’s support.
A WILLASTON resident passionate about uncovering historical items has stumbled across a love letter, rates notice, joker playing card, coins and postcards dating back to the early 1900s.