A LOCAL historian has highlighted the need to preserve the memories of local war veterans, after documenting the incredible story of One Tree Hill French Legion of Honour medallist Fred Riley.
ALMOST 100 years have passed since a march down Gawler’s Murray Street first celebrated the end of World War One.
MEMBER for Wright Blair Boyer believes he has become a pawn in a game of office politics after he was forcibly moved more than 20 kilometres away from his electorate into a vacant office in Virginia.
SOUTH Gawler has made it three wins from three games after defeating fierce rival Willaston by 10 goals in Barossa, Light & Gawler senior one netball on Saturday afternoon.
SOUTH Gawler produced a stellar opening half to defeat Willaston by 27 points in Barossa, Light & Gawler B-grade football on Saturday afternoon.
TRINITY Old Scholars returned to winning ways with a 44-point victory over Para Hills in division six of the Adelaide Football League on Saturday afternoon.
STUDENTS from around the state converged on the local region last week as part of a career tour to promote employment opportunities within the agriculture sector.
ROOMS at the Gawler Community Gallery were full of some of the region’s most inspiring and jaw-dropping photographs as it unveiled a special photography exhibition earlier this month.
A LOCAL resident’s artistic journey has taken him from drawing cartoon caricatures in the sand on beaches to masterfully painting some of South Australia’s most well-known locations.