IN soccer terms, the Safe Schools gaffe from Liberal candidate for Light Karen McColl wouldn’t go as far as being called an own goal, but it was certainly an opportunity that sailed well wide of the net.
ENGAGING. Combative. Informative. Three words that certainly describe The Bunyip’s debate between incumbent Liberal Member for Schubert Stephan Knoll and SA-BEST leader and candidate for Hartley Nick Xenophon, held last Wednesday night.
INCUMBENT Liberal Member for Schubert Stephan Knoll has landed the first blow ahead of tonight’s debate with SA-BEST leader Nick Xenophon, hosted by The Bunyip, calling the former federal senator a “one-man band”.
AFTER three-and-a-half years, nearly 1700 volunteer hours and endless fundraising efforts, the revamp of Gawler Central Cricket Club’s clubrooms is now complete.
SPEEDING fine revenue raised from a notorious Gawler West hot spot has declined significantly since its speed limit was changed last year to better suit its locality.
TRINITY College and the University of South Australia (UniSA) have entered into a partnership to provide students with a more seamless transition from secondary to tertiary education, and to share learning strategies.
CONSTRUCTION of The Salvation Army’s new Gawler East facility has officially commenced.
THE first copy of a new book chronicling Gawler’s rich history was officially presented to Gawler Council, for public viewing, at a special event held last week.