ANGLE Vale playgroup officially re-opened its doors to the community this past fortnight following an outpouring of support from local groups.
JUGGLING work and study can be difficult for young people, but Willaston carpentry apprentice and teaching student Harry Sanders loves his busy lifestyle.
SECURITY at two popular local parks is set to be improved by the end of June, according to Gawler Council.
AFTER years of campaigning from local residents, emergency services personnel, and local politicians, the notorious Dalkeith Road/Main North Road will finally have a brand-new set of traffic lights operating before the weekend. The $3.9 million project to upgrade the dangerous Kudla intersection – funding for which was committed by the former State Government in January […]
GAWLER councillor and former school principal Ian Tooley was among the 5000 students and young adults who attended a rally at Parliament House in Adelaide on Friday, as part of a global day to protest against climate change inaction.
AT least $15,000 damage has been caused to a Gawler South Lutheran church after offenders removed the church bell and let it fall off the roof and onto the ground below.
RECYCLED water from the Mallala Community Waste Management Scheme (CWMS) will be used to irrigate the Mallala Oval as Adelaide Plains Council looks for solutions to the poor state of the ground.
FORMER Gawler Eagles soccer player Andrew Anderson is set to travel to Italy in June, after a string of good performances at the Australian Junior Futsal Championships in Sydney earlier this month.