SUMMER is right around the corner and that means the Gawler & District Tennis Association season is back underway as its three divisions played round one over the weekend, including Mallala which is fielding its first team close to 10 seasons.
AN Adelaide Plains farmer has been named chair of Australia’s peak fodder body, with his goal to help the industry thrive year-round.
MALLALA almost let a 43-0 lead in its Adelaide Plains Football League preliminary final against Two Wells slip, but held on late to win 9.17 (71) to 9.12 (66) to book its spot in the grand final.
A CONTROVERSIAL horticulture development for Mallala is one step closer to being confirmed, despite backlash from local residents.
LOCAL unemployment has risen once again, with new figures showing around 1000 people lost their job last month.
AFTER heading into halftime of its round one Adelaide Plains Football League clash at Mallala with a surprise lead, United’s performance in the ‘premiership quarter’ let it down to ultimately come up two goals short, losing 8-6-54 to 10-6-66.
PLANS to build a large-scale horticulture centre at Mallala will be contested in court, after Adelaide Plains Council (APC) rejected the proposal over fears it could have an adverse effect on nearby farmers.
LOCAL grain producers will need to find alternative sites to transport their grain to this harvest, after distributors Viterra announced its Mallala and Two Wells grain silo sites will close.