BAROSSA Valley tourists, businesses and residents are set to benefit from a collaborative project delivering free wi-fi throughout the main street of Nuriootpa.
GAWLER Council has engaged a South Australian business to upgrade the town’s closed circuit television (CCTV) system and provide a free wi-fi network in Gawler’s central business district.
A NEW public wi-fi network along Murray Street – for which Gawler Council has sought business proposals to develop – could provide council with timely data on consumer spending patterns, parking trends and traffic management in Gawler’s Central Business District.
PUBLIC wi-fi and new closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras may soon be installed in Gawler’s Central Business District, as Gawler Council voted last night on whether to seek business proposals for their implementation.
MURRAY Street’s payphone will soon be among the first 1000 across the country to become a public Wi-Fi hot spot, with work due to start early next year.