SIX years ago, Elizabeth Downs resident Wendy Morgan was left without a job and forced to live in her car – now, she wants to represent low-income earners in her community to give them a fair go.
GAWLER Council earned first purchase rights to the TAFE SA building following an agreement made in 2001 during the development of the Woolworths shopping precinct, which replaced the former adult education facility located at Centenary Lane.
THE Gawler Council will buy the town’s TAFE SA building for a yet-to-be-confirmed sum, meaning for the first time in 159 years local government’s administration centre will not be in Murray Street.
A GROUP of Work for the Dole participants will be operating their own market next week, as part of a six-month course, aimed at equipping them with the necessary skills to gain employment.
TAFE could be among regular users of the $12.9 million Gawler Connect project, council says.
BHUTANESE and Burmese families living in Playford attended a northern area community expo in Salisbury late last month, to learn about employment, health and legal education.