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BATTLE LINES DRAWN

MORE than 2000 people are opposed to the relocation of the Gawler South World War One memorial, according to a petition presented to Gawler Council earlier this week.

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Pavers to recognise Gawler’s fallen

THE Gawler Returned Services League has been approved for a state grant to purchase and install memorial bricks in Pioneer Park.


Lachlan’s right royal surprise

WHEN a letter from the Governor arrived in the post inviting Hewett's Lachlan Arthur to the civic ceremony to meet the royal couple he was very surprised, but the surprises do not stop there.


Taking a royal walk back in time

The 'royal' city of Elizabeth, named after the Queen, with her approval in November, 1955, will be graced by royals once again next Wednesday.


Getting ready for Easter rush

THE pre-holiday rush is expected to deliver a boost to the local economy as traders prepare for the influx of last-minute shoppers.


Chasing his goals

BLINDFOLDED, relying on his other four senses, Tyson Cluse's aim is to stop a 1.25-kilogram ball hurtling into the goals behind him - this is goalball.


Fatal crash driver arrested

POLICE have arrested the driver of a car involved in a fatal crash on Philip Highway at Elizabeth South on Saturday.


It wasn’t love at first sight......but it’s a match made in heaven

THE keys to a successful marriage are forgiveness and understanding, according to Playford councillor Max O'Rielly who is celebrating his 60th wedding anniversary with wife Margaret this Thursday.


Roseworthy job potential

THE State Government is sticking to its guns on a downsized Roseworthy expansion, despite industry bodies hailing a larger 26,000 development as the answer to growing unemployment.


Aisles full at new centre

LESS than 30 minutes after Gawler Green opened last week, shoppers had filled the aisles and were hastily checking out the $25 million development.


Mem wows crowd

FAMOUS children's author Mem Fox captivated a group of students, teachers and parents from St Brigid’s Catholic School during a visit last week.


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