HERE we are again, right after January 26, and yet again much is being said about ‘Australia Day’.
THREE drivers have been punished after being caught either speeding, or drink-driving, or both, locally, on Australia Day.
STEFAN Hiendleder’s time in Gawler hasn’t always been easy, but through everything he and his two sons have remained “the three musketeers” and, together, the trio has taken their next step together, by all becoming Australian citizens.
TWO prominent members of the local community, from different backgrounds, have united to protest celebrating Australia Day on January 26, because of what it symbolises to Aboriginal people.
THE team that brought Gawler a mouth-watering, mammoth serve of pavlova last Australia Day is now preparing to unveil an equally delicious Aussie icon of a dessert.
THERE are very few children and families in the Gawler area that retired teacher and principal Helen Sands hasn’t helped to succeed.
FREELING’S Gavin Schuster has been described as a “community champion”, someone who’s always ready to listen, and a beacon of support to his mates.
TWO Wells resident Phillip Earl was always going to follow in his father’s footsteps and become a member of the Country Fire Service (CFS), but not even he could imagine the 46-year volunteering journey it would take him on.