THE Country Health system must be improved, according to both a local general practitioner and the Australian Medical Association of South Australia (AMA SA).
THE Lions Club of Gawler has spent half a century servicing the community, and later this month will celebrate its major 50-year milestone.
TANUNDA Bowling Club has hit the jack-pot after securing an $180,000 loan from Barossa Council to help replace two of its existing greens.
TRINITY Old Scholars’ A3 team had a bitter-sweet afternoon against Reynella in Adelaide Turf cricket on Saturday, winning on first innings, but falling just two wickets short of snaring outright points.
FREELING and Lyndoch couldn’t be separated on Saturday afternoon as they played out a 91-all draw in Barossa & Light division one bowls.
GAWLER’S division one team has its season back on track after notching its third victory in a row in Metropolitan Bowls on Saturday.
THE completion of a brand-new learning space at Freeling Primary School has opened up a world of possibilities for students, encouraging a collaborative, student-led approach to learning and preparing today’s generation for jobs that are yet to exist.
RECEIVING a gift is almost as nice as giving one, according to Gawler Flower Gallery’s owner Deb Veltman.
THE Hewett Primary School community came together on Friday morning to take part in its own special Remembrance Day service, and to mark the completion of a mural that every student helped complete.