THE COVID-19 pandemic has claimed another festive event, with the Playford Christmas Carols being cancelled last week.
A $2 MILLION Economic Stimulus package is set to drive local employment and engage suppliers within the region, according to Gawler Council.
YOU know what? After many months of planning and staring down a possibility state health authority guidelines, aimed at protecting South Australians from coronavirus infections, could see Gawler’s CHANGE Original Music Festival added to the list of scrapped public events, it wasn’t until at around eight o’clock on Saturday night that I began to fully realise tomorrow (Sunday, October 4) the mics would be on, the guitars tuned and the courtyard of Gawler’s Kingsford Hotel would be filled with the sound of musicians singing their own original songs.
UNEMPLOYMENT in the north fell in August, the first time it has dropped since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic.
ONE of the region’s last Christmas events planned for 2020 has been cancelled, leaving organisers and would-be attendees disappointed but understanding.
THE annual Two Wells Street Party and Christmas Parade has become the latest festive season event to fall victim to COVID-19 pandemic restrictions.
FIRST year nurses at the Lyell McEwin Hospital (LMH) have banded together in a show of support for their Victorian colleagues as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to grip the state.
YOUR first year in a new job often comes with a litany of challenges, but for graduate nurses on the COVID-19 pandemic’s front lines, 2020 has thrown up its own set of speedbumps.