ARMISTICE 1918, November 11. We can only imagine what that moment was like when the announcement came.
HUNDREDS gathered in Gawler’s Pioneer Park on Saturday for Remembrance Day to commemorate the fallen, and honour the men and
women who have served, and are still serving, in Australia’s armed forces.
GAWLER RSL has called on vandals who stole the flag, and damaged the flag-pole, at the Gawler South World War One memorial just a week before Remembrance Day to “take a good look at themselves”.
A POEM providing a historical link between Sandy Creek and the Kokoda Track campaign, which this month marks its 75th anniversary, has been unearthed in the lead-up to Remembrance Day.
GAWLER RSL is looking for volunteers to help sell Remembrance Day poppies, as the organisation prepares to mark a number of anniversaries on the day.