AFTER two-and-a-bit years working at The Bunyip and reporting on the Gawler region, it’s time for me to leave home.
FOR a bevy of reasons, the 2020 AFL season is shaping up as one of the most even in league history, with fifth-place and 17th-place separated by one win, and perennial strugglers Gold Coast and Carlton seemingly making their collective way over the hump into weekly competitiveness.
FOOTBALL has had its fair share of chances to grab Australia’s collective minds since the turn of the century, all culminating in varying levels of success.
THE bus services that the community and I fought so hard for in 2010 are being severely slashed in an appalling act of vandalism by the State Government that (I believe) is determined to privatise public transport services at any cost.
GAWLER Mayor Karen Redman has spoken out against proposed changes to Gawler’s local bus services, saying she was “disgusted” to hear three routes would become on-demand only.
IF you have a child in your life, the biggest news of the past week has most likely been whether or not you were successful in the highly-anticipated Big W toy sale.
AS someone who has been twiddling my thumbs waiting for footy to return, I consumed Thursday night’s Collingwood versus Richmond opener in the same way somebody lost in the desert would gladly drink dirty water.
I SHARE the news with a heavy heart that as of yesterday The Bunyip had to suddenly close its doors indefinitely.