ANOTHER year passes, and another successful Gawler Fringe opening event has come and gone.
WITH so much of today’s news focusing on the negatives in the world, it was wonderful to read the uplifting story of Ray Johnstone.
A RECORD number of Gawler residents received Australian citizenship at a packed Australia Day celebration in town last Thursday.
IT’S hard to believe that Christmas has arrived – honestly, where has the year gone?
THE recent South Australian Ombudsman’s audit into the Education Department’s complaint-handling practices is a concern for all local parents.
JUMPS racing in South Australia reached an important crossroads last week, as the State Parliament’s select committee laid down its recommendations following a year-long review into the sport.
JUMPS racing in South Australia, and Gawler, is set to continue for at least the next three years following recommendations handed down in a final report to State Parliament last week.
AFTER 10 years, the route for the Gawler East link road has been decided. For many, the decision by elected members – which ruled in favour of the revised Eckerman alignment – will be the root (or in this case, route) of great divide.