SELF-PROCLAIMED Mo-Member for Light Tony Piccolo will put his service skills to the test this weekend in support of a local business’ Movember fundraising effort.
GAWLER Council and Member for Light Tony Piccolo have joined forces to call for State Government funding to upgrade the dangerous Tulloch Road/Main North Road intersection – ending a blame game over who is responsible for the upgrade push.
A POETRY book compiled by former Evanston Primary School year seven students, some 45 years ago, has been donated to Gawler & District College B-12.
LONG-AWAITED plans to electrify the Gawler rail line will finally go ahead, despite the Federal Government refusing to support the high- priority-listed infrastructure project.
DISABILITY support provider Barossa Enterprises is set to expand its services, and boost local jobs, when the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) rolls out in the region in July.
LOCAL police, emergency services and politicians have united to deliver a clear road safety message to the community, after four fatalities were recorded locally in the first six weeks of 2017.
HEALTH Minister Jack Snelling visited the region, last Friday, to officially open Gawler Health Service’s new $2.29 million haemodialysis unit.
DISCUSSIONS are currently being aired about a new disability support swimming facility that could soon be making its way to Adelaide North Special School.