THE number of women joining in on the regular rides held by local cycling group Gawler Wheelers has been on the rise for several years now, according to its members.
THE descendants of early Lyndoch pioneer David Nicholas gathered to remember the historic icon, and trace their heritage, on Friday.
IN 1877, Johann and Elisabeth Trinne made the brave decision to emigrate their young family, from Germany to South Australia, in search of a better life.
GAWLER Airfield Squadron cadets travelled to Ballarat recently to attend the Australian Air League’s federal review.
AFTER more than 10 years advocating for women’s health in the local area, the Gawler and Surrounds Women’s Health Action Group (GASWHAG) has officially called it a day, passing on the torch to a new organisation.
LOCAL baseball fanatic Robert Laidlaw was in his element when he visited Japan recently to attend the World Baseball Classic (WBC).
INKED-up former Kapunda local Shade Matheson believes employers are behind the times after being denied a job opportunity based on her tattooed appearance.
NEW online child protection laws have passed federal parliament thanks to the lobbying efforts of former local Sonya Ryan.