GAWLER’S Immanuel Lutheran School’s students rocked their way to second place in the highly competitive Balaklava Eisteddfod recently.
A PHOTO of a young Pakistani boy clinging to a tree as floodwaters pass beneath him was the catalyst for the latest children’s novel by Kapunda author Rosanne Hawke.
A GROUP of Xavier College students were left speechless after hearing a first hand recount from a holocaust survivor who visited the school last week.
SOUTH Australia’s $6.3 billion tourism industry is booming, with destinations like the Barossa Valley playing an important role in enticing travellers to visit from interstate and overseas.
GAWLER resident Gwenda Green is one of the many locals whose lives have been touched by cancer.
THE Barossa Bushgardens is set for a much-needed upgrade, with walking and cycling paths just some of the exciting new features on the way.
A LOCAL seven-year-old dancer has dedicated her recent success at the state Irish dancing championships to the memory of her late great-grandmother.
WILLIAMSTOWN Primary School students, from across all year levels, took centre stage last week as they participated in a fun and interactive talent show.