THE simple, but elegant, design and style of Nicole and Justin Frensch’s Gawler East home has drawn the attention and ‘likes’ of people all around the state, to take out the top spot in an online voting contest.
GAWLER Council has doubled down on its convention of not allowing people to pre-purchase burial plots at Willaston Cemetery, despite a heartfelt plea from a man to be buried there with his son. Elected members considered the matter at their last ordinary meeting, last month, after council received a letter from a woman – who The Bunyip has chosen not to name – seeking to pre-purchase […]
THE Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) has confirmed that “issues” exist with an overtaking lane that was recently installed on the Sturt Highway, just north of Nuriootpa.
UNEMPLOYMENT affects more than just an individual’s financial position, with Regional Development Australia (RDA) Barossa now focusing on supporting people through the mental health impacts of being jobless.
FORMER Gawler & District College student Madison Kennewell grilled Federal Opposition Leader Bill Shorten over youth unemployment in the state’s northern region, during a live television broadcast on Monday evening.
PROSPECTIVE developers are appealing in court a Gawler Council Assessment Panel (CAP) decision to refuse planning consent to build a new medical practice on Murray Street.
A GAWLER resident whose car was smashed into on Sunday night is appealing for anyone who might be able to identify the driver of the other vehicle, after a man who was allegedly apprehended at the scene claimed to be the passenger.
LOCAL commuters are calling for an increase to the number of carriages on the Gawler railway line due to the high levels of congestion during peak hours.