AN EVANSTON Park swimming club has received a statewide honour, being named Swimming SA’s 2017/18 Club of the Year.
EIGHT years ago, Trinity College senior leader Sue O’Malley inspired a small group of students to build robots, and they would go on to show off their talents on a global stage.
LITTLE Ava Noack is turning two today but that’s not the only reason her Gawler family is smiling.
GAWLER Council residents and business owners are being encouraged to participate in The Bunyip’s local government election survey, as the community prepares to vote-in its elected member body for the next four years this November.
A GROUP of local firefighters will take on a gruelling challenge to raise funds for motor neuron disease (MND) research.
ELECTED members have slapped down the authority of one of Gawler Council’s committees by recording a vote of no confidence in it and blocking the passage of a high-level strategic plan that it had previously adopted.
GAWLER Council has given its in-principle support to the proposed Tulloch Road/Main North Road intersection upgrade, after receiving concept drawings from the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI).
ADELAIDE Plains Council hopeful John Lush says he’ll be ensuring ratepayers’ views are heard, should he be elected as a councillor this November.