WITH Anzac Day ceremonies cancelled, Bill Ordway, Colin McCracken and Graham Butler decided to drive their respective World War II era jeeps, draped in Australian flags, down Gawler’s main streets.
AN unprecedented demand for emergency relief, food and support services has seen UCare Gawler experience one of its busiest days on record.
THE Gawler Council area now has no known active cases of COVID-19, after one sufferer recovered from the disease this week.
PEOPLE who have been unable to secure themselves a flu vaccination are encouraged to try again, now that orders are arriving at medical clinics and vaccination providers.
UP to eight cases of COVID-19 have been identified in Gawler, with only one active case still present in the town, according to new SA Health data.
A LOCAL travel agent is doing all it can to survive the COVID-19 pandemic.
A LOCAL volunteer says the cancellation of South Australia’s History Festival for 2020 is “the right approach”, despite the hit to Gawler’s tourism.
LOCALS have been left out of work and business owners are scrambling to find ways to survive after the Federal Government ordered the closure of pubs and entertainment venues across Australia.