GAWLER RSL’s Wayne Clarke commended fellow Vietnam veterans for their “spirit of comradeship” and support towards our next-generation soldiers, despite experiencing an “injustice” themselves.
THRILL-seekers are steeling themselves for a night of sheer terror in the Mount Crawford forest this weekend, all in the name of charity.
XAVIER College’s new double-court gymnasium and student services hub are expected to be completed early next year, as part of the school’s multimillion-dollar facelift.
BAROSSA District, the early contender for a grand final spot in this year’s BL&GFA competition, now faces the very real prospect of being bundled out altogether next week after a one-point loss to Tanunda in the last minor round game of the season.
GAWLER trainer Ron Stokes produced an impressive winner of the Schweppes Maiden (1504m) at the Gawler & Barossa Jockey Club Publicans Day last Wednesday.
TRINITY College netballer Lily Bobridge picked up the sport after watching her older sister play for Harlequins as a youngster and has built up a successful career since.
REVEREND Canon Simon Bailey believes faith is a gift, and hopes to help people grow spiritually through his new role as priest at Gawler’s St George’s Anglican Church from next month.
THERE is only one week left for people to purchase a paver from the Gawler Health Foundation, and support the services of the Gawler Health Service.
A PAINTED mural is helping to strengthen community relations, as part of a joint art project between indigenous artists and Trinity College students.