THE newly-appointed general manager of the Barossa Farmers’ Market, Elaine Ratcliffe, hopes to see familiar faces from her time in Gawler enjoying the experience offered by the Angaston market.
A GAWLER high school student who performed in the Adelaide Cabaret Festival recently has recommended for other young locals to apply for the same opportunity next year, describing it as a life-changing experience.
WILLASTON couple, and former Gawler café owners, Con and Carmel Argy never imagined that their daily meetings at a regional post office would result in 60 years of marriage filled with love, friendship and hard work.
A LOCAL high school student has stepped out of her comfort zone to take part in a youth arts program that developed her skills in still-life painting.
ATTRACTING new members was one of the main issues discussed at the recent handover meeting of the Kapunda Rotary Club.
THE Williamstown Garden Club learned how a Cockatoo Valley olive oil producer grows their olives without sprays and with minimal irrigation, at its August meeting earlier this month.
I CAN confirm that living alone is really not great, after spending this past week in our house by myself.
THE Lyndoch Choir celebrated its fifth birthday with a dress-up themed party at the Lyndoch Institute on Thursday.