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.
MEMBER for Light Tony Piccolo has vowed to continue fighting for what is “fair and just”, as the six-month countdown to next year’s state election begins.
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THE Southern Barossa Alliance (SBA) is seeking support to promote a trial that provides help to families which are affected
by a relative, or a friend, being addicted to drugs.
THE 2017 CHANGE Original Music Festival is less than five weeks away from rocking into Gawler, and event convener Martin Johnson couldn’t be more excited.
STAMP duty on the transfer of family farms will be abolished, along with a number of other red tape measures, as part of new legislation introduced to state parliament as part of the second annual ‘Simplify Day’ earlier this month.
RED tape was the hot topic of discussion at a local breakfast meet and greet featuring Shadow Minister for Industry Corey Wingard last Wednesday.
GAWLER Districts Orchids Club’s June long weekend was a ‘blooming’ success, after it won the champion display at the South Australian Regional Orchid Council Fair held at the Torrens Parade Ground.