A FORMER St Jakobi Lutheran School employee will face court next month over the alleged theft of more than $1 million from the school.
FOOD industry representatives have welcomed the Federal Government’s compromise on the so-called “backpacker tax”, providing an opportunity for the legislation to be passed this week.
GAWLER Council will continue to lobby for traffic improvements at the busy Tulloch Road intersection, as pressure mounts to fix the notorious junction.
A SIX-WICKET haul from paceman Scott Winkworth has given Trinity Old Scholars a strong chance of victory, against Golden Grove, in round five of Adelaide Turf A3 cricket.
TRAINER Phillip Stokes, and jockeys Jason Holder and Clare Lindop, enjoyed winning doubles during a superb spring racing day at the Gawler & Barossa Jockey Club last Wednesday.
ROUND six of the Gawler & Barossa Combined division one tennis season saw an in-form Xavier succumb to ladder-leader Tod Street 7-80 to 9-86 in a blockbuster battle for top spot.
OVER the next few weeks, people across the region have been invited to celebrate the stars in their own backyard, and recognise those who performed a good deed during the Pinery fire emergency crisis.
LAUGHS were had, drinks were flowing and live music was heard right throughout the afternoon at the Gungellan Hotel, in Freeling, last Friday, to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the Pinery fire.
SANDY Creek’s Jazzy Gwynne can, now, cuddle up with her farm animals, thanks to the local community’s generosity.