TWO people died in a head-on collision on Port Wakefield Road, Two Wells, yesterday morning, after one of the cars involved was reportedly driving on the wrong side of the road.
OF the 63 people who left the Wasleys district to serve during World War Two, 22-year-old Private Kenneth O’Leary was the only one who did not return home.
HUNDREDS of locals crowded together at Gawler’s Pioneer Park to pay their respects to the Anzacs who fought and died at war over the years, during the Anzac Day dawn service on Tuesday morning.
AFTER assisting the community through the effects of the 2015 Pinery fire for 17 months, the official Pinery Fire Recovery Program will draw to an end this Sunday.
ADELAIDE Plains councillor Karen McColl will take on Member for Light Tony Piccolo in next year’s state election, after being preselected by the Liberal Party, to serve as its candidate for the local seat.
ADELAIDE Plains Council has back-flipped on its controversial decision to cap its rates, just one month after voting to align future rate rises with the Consumer Price Index (CPI).
WHEN Freeling’s Jim and Hilda Hebberman march this Anzac Day, to commemorate those who served and died in war and conflict, their minds will wander back to their own time spent in the navy.
THE occupant of a house on Main North Road is set to be questioned after police seized three cannabis plants from the driveway of the Evanston Park property on Tuesday evening.