AN increase in the prevalence of bullying and abuse amongst Gawler's youth has led to the development of a new crime prevention project for the town.
Read the full article|Add a comment
More local news »News
THREE historic Freeling properties have come on to the market, boosting hopes of a revitalisation of the town centre.
THE average rate increase for primary producers will be almost double that for residential ratepayers under Light Regional Council's 2013/14 draft business plan and budget.
POLICE, searching for firearms, raided a Gawler Belt home on Saturday and found one kilogram of dried cannabis, $74,000 cash, as well as two unregistered firearms.
TWO incidents of theft took place at a Gaw-ler service station last Wednesday.
THE rising cost of living is leaving an increasing number of Gawler residents struggling to make ends meet, with many seeking help from local charities and community services.
SIR - The overhaul of the Gawler line has already been completed and during that program a majority of poles were installed.
SIR - The federally registered Stable Population Party, like cuckoos, has infiltrated local environmental and community groups to ply its anti-population and anti-immigration message.
THE Gawler Council spearheaded campaign to educate our youth about bullying and its impacts is certainly a worthy initiative. It is one which will also, hopefully, see a reduction in youth-related crime.
THE Australian Refugee Association - Gawler, formerly known as the Indo-Chinese Refugee Association, assisted refugees by finding them housing, jobs and helping them integrate into the local community.
GAWLER Council Mayor Brian Sambell has criticised his own council's decision to build a $630,000 sculpture on Main North Road, south of Gawler.