A TEAM of local young people have banded together to clean up Gawler’s environment, hoping it will help encourage residents to focus on recycling.
SOUTH Australia’s nation-topping unemployment rate of 7.3 per cent has been garnering statewide attention since being revealed last week, but the figure in Adelaide’s north – including Gawler – is still higher.
POLICE and Gawler Council are investigating a series of incidents where trees around Gawler have been chopped down illegally, raising safety fears for nearby residents.
A GAWLER South resident has taken on the best home cooks in the state and won, winning the most outstanding exhibitor in the open cooking class at last week’s Royal Adelaide Show.
FIVE local Gawler girls are set to play a role in the upcoming Wizard of Oz Arena spectacular in early October.
GAWLER Council will spend $200,000 on reviewing the town’s 609 contributory heritage items in a bid to protect them from proposed State Government planning changes.
A GROUP of Gawler war widows will hit the streets next week in support of Legacy Australia, and its work supporting the families of veterans across the country.
A HISTORIC heritage-listed Gawler railway canopy could be relocated to Port Adelaide, rather than being reinstated at its previous location at the Gawler Railway Station.