A MURRAY Street business owner has been left thousands of dollars out of pocket after thieves smashed his front window and stole stock last Wednesday.
POLICE are currently investigating a spate of vandalism attacks that caused thousands of dollars’ worth of damage to multiple Gawler businesses last fortnight. Between Thursday, November 15 and Friday, November 16, windows in shopfronts along Murray Street and Walker Place were tagged by the offender/s, who scratched their marks into the glass. Police, so far, […]
GAWLER’S new closed-circuit television (CCTV) system was in the spotlight at a briefing between local police, Gawler Council and Gawler business owners at Café Nova last Monday night.
GAWLER Council has engaged a South Australian business to upgrade the town’s closed circuit television (CCTV) system and provide a free wi-fi network in Gawler’s central business district.
A NEW public wi-fi network along Murray Street – for which Gawler Council has sought business proposals to develop – could provide council with timely data on consumer spending patterns, parking trends and traffic management in Gawler’s Central Business District.
PUBLIC wi-fi and new closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras may soon be installed in Gawler’s Central Business District, as Gawler Council voted last night on whether to seek business proposals for their implementation.
BIG brother will be watching Gawler’s streets far more closely in the near future, after Gawler Council successfully obtained $100,000 of State Government funding for a new closed circuit television (CCTV) system.
AN “overwhelming majority” of Gawler business owners want to see improvements to the town’s electronic security and surveillance camera capabilities, a recent survey has found.