CURRENT SA Rally Championship leader James Rodda promises plenty of action this Friday night when the motorsport event hits Gawler for the first time.
LOCAL olive growers are gearing up for a bumper harvest.
MORE than 300 shoppers gathered at a Gawler supermarket on Monday to get a glimpse of celebrity vet Chris Brown.
GAWLER will gain a new youth recreation precinct, while Hewett's walking and cycling path will be upgraded courtesy of the Federal Government’s Regional Development Australia Fund.
AN Evanston Park resident who claims councils do not have the legal authority to charge rates is preparing to argue his case in court.
Gawler Council is taking Tim Dwyer to the Elizabeth Magistrates Court next month to recoup his unpaid rates.
POLICE are urging local businesses to increase their security after a spate of break-ins around Gawler last week caused thousands of
dollars in damage.
ELIZABETH police are investigating the indecent assault of a girl at Blakeview last week.
GAWLER welcomed a new educational milestone to the region with the official opening of the Gawler & District College on Sunday.
SIR - Funds raised for the Gawler Relay For Life in 2012 were $86,000.
SIR - Barossa Valley ratepayers should be well pleased with The Bunyip's reporting of the code of conduct investigation into Mayor (Brian) Hurn’s behaviour (A trivial issue, council swears, May 15).
22/May/13 AFTER an eight-month rollercoaster ride, NACYS child care centre is looking at a brighter future as it prepares to return to its original site.
22/May/13 AROUND 20 demonstrators fronted Member for Wakefield Nick Champion's Smithfield office in protest of welfare trials in Playford on Monday.
15/May/13 RESIDENTS will be taught how to avoid putting their safety on the line at Playford's first cyber forum next month.
15/May/13 NIGHT games have kicked off at the Munno Para City Soccer Club following the installation of new lighting towers at their Uley Road home ground.
8/May/13 FOR Paula Melville, nursing is about making the little differences.
8/May/13 LOCAL mum Andrea Murray is hoping to fight the stigma surrounding young parents.
1/May/13 NEW recommendations to revive Playford's ageing suburbs have been released by council as staff continue to push for the delivery of the Suburbs Urban Renewal Project
1/May/13 AN information forum on the upcoming launch of DisabilityCare Australia, formerly the National Disability Insurance Scheme, will be held in Elizabeth this Thursday.
24/Apr/13 AFTER serving the country for 29 years Peter Guest is dedicated to helping fellow veterans.
24/Apr/13 HARD work, dedication and creative thinking have made Leanne Woods the driving force behind the Peachey Place Living Skills Centre.
17/Apr/13 INTERNAL auditors could be appointed within Playford Council in coming months after more than a year of urging from an Adelaide accounting firm.
17/Apr/13 PLAYFORD residents can now recycle their old mobiles and accessories at their local Salvos store to raise funds for The Salvation Army.
10/Apr/13 MORE than 80 residents have embraced plans for an interactive town park in Playford Alive.
10/Apr/13 FOR Michael Phillips and Olivia Matthews, taking part in the local Dad's Shed program has helped build a stronger relationship.
4/Apr/13 MORE than 90 per cent of Playford residents have no idea ovals, sports grounds and community clubs are a council service, results of a survey show.
4/Apr/13 ELIZABETH Downs Primary School students are becoming little masterchefs thanks to Stephanie Alexander's Kitchen Garden program.
27/Mar/13 WHEN four-year-old Jordan started crying for no reason, his mum Kerri Hill knew something was wrong.
27/Mar/13 INTEREST in collapsed Elizabeth West company Priority Engineering is strong, receivers say.
27/Mar/13 A SPATE of local crime has prompted Davoren Park residents and businesses to band together to reclaim the neighbourhood.
20/Mar/13 PARENTS are backing northern super schools despite a trend in below average standardised testing scores.
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