YOUNG people from across the region are preparing to take their first steps onto a university campus this month, as the tertiary education year begins for 2019.
DESPITE distributing hundreds of fresh, nutritious meals to those less fortunate in Gawler every week, the volunteers at Fred’s Van don’t expect to be recognised for their work.
SCIENCE, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) students from Trinity College have capped off another fruitful year by achieving success at two national tournaments in December.
EXCITEMENT is building for Nuriootpa High School graduate Georgia Thomas, who will tour New York University (NYU) this week following her recent acceptance to start her studies there, this year.
SANDY Creek Primary School has received up to $50,000 to help create a weekly multi-media ‘broadcast station’ with its students and Japanese sister school to increase daily use of Japanese in its classrooms.
AUSTRALIA’S premier grassroots skateboard, scooter and BMX league will be making a stop at the Gawler Skate Park this Saturday.
AFTER 13 years of schooling, Gawler’s year 12 students have officially completed their studies.
A LOCAL school teacher has put his beard in the line of fire in a bid to raise vital funds for those in the community who are currently without a home.