A NOTORIOUS corner, which Gawler Council recently spent $75,000 on to upgrade drainage following years of problems, has flooded again.
A MAN has been taken to hospital in a critical condition following a serious crash on the Barossa Valley Way at Lyndoch early this morning.
THOUSANDS of onlookers flocked to the Barossa Airshow at the Rowland Flat airstrip on Sunday to view an impressive selection of aircraft and aerobatic manoeuvres.
THE Barossa, Light & Gawler Football Association experienced its first draw for season 2015 with Gawler Central and Nuriootpa unable to split the difference in an intimate encounter on Saturday night.
MATCHES between Two Wells and Virginia, in the Adelaide Plains Football League, are always hotly contested, but Saturday’s encounter took on a different significance.
WILLASTON secured its first win of the Barossa, Light & Gawler Football Association reserves season on Saturday, defeating Angaston by 43 points.
ON the weekend, Willaston resident Robert Kennedy and his twin brother William celebrated their 80th birthday at a party with friends and family.
THIS year’s Anzac centenary marks a significant part of not only Australian and New Zealand history, but also that of Roseworthy Agricultural College.
WELL-KNOWN Gawler hairdresser and the last owner of Rawling and Freak, Hairdressers and Tobacconists, David West will be guest speaker at the next Gawler History Team meeting.