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LIGHT Regional councillor and former Gawler elected member Peter Graham
has thrown his name into the mayoral race in a last-minute entry.
Finally...fix for deadly intersection
A DECADE of campaigning has yielded a win for the local community after the
State Government announced it would install a $3.5 million roundabout at a
notorious One Tree Hill intersection.
MP calls for speed review
A FORMER police minister and Family First MLC has vowed to lobby the State
Government for a further review of the speed limit along Dawson Road after it
was revealed police issued $162,000 in fines in the area in the past financial year.
Stanley snaps up Schluter
A WORK trip to Darwin has not stopped Gawler Central star on-baller Daniel
Stanley from snapping up this year’s Barossa, Light & Gawler Football
Association Schluter Medal.
IN September, The Bunyip reported
that the Gawler Central cricket
club was fighting a proposal to
demolish its clubrooms as part of a
multimillion-dollar Greyhound SA
facility redevelopment at the Gawler
Gawler Council chief executive Henry
Inat said the building was riddled
with asbestos and the council had
decided it needed to be removed.
In October, Gawler Council voted at
its monthly meeting to retain the
‘Dog Box’ and work with the Gawler
Central cricket club to refurbish the
Ready to rock
AS a well-known local busker, Martin Johnson is used to playing for
This weekend, he’ll be ready to rock as part of the Change Music
Festival, commemorating the 75th anniversary of Gawler’s
Law firm celebrates 160 years
LOCAL law firm Rudall & Rudall is set to celebrate the significant
milestone of 160 years serving the local community this month.
Scrubbing up on past
WITH soap and a bucket of water young lads were hanging –
literally – to give the James Martin statue a scrub in the 1960s.
A group of local boys received permission from Gawler Council to
give the town icon a clean in 1967, after approaching The Bunyip
with the idea – the current ongoing restoration prompted strong
memories for local man Neville Hicks, who was 18 at the time.
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Local farmers are looking to
the sky for some spring rains,
otherwise a below-average harvest
could be on its way.
FEATURE:PAGES 4 &5
8 page liftout inside
PROGRESS IN THE NORTH
Get them into jobs!
INVITED TO FORUM
Peter Grocke, from
Gomersal, is among a
selection of farmers in the
region that face below-
average crop seasons due
to severe winter frosts and
recent hot, windy weather.
PHOTO: Alec Urquhart
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GAWLER, Wednesday, September 24, 2014
Your 8-page guide
in today’s edition
Gawler Central’s premiership coaches and committee members celebrate the unveiling of their teams colours on the chimney in Nuriootpa on Monday. Back (from left): A-grade assistant coach Adam
Smith, A-grade coach Damien Herzick, club president Rod Knight, under 15 coach Andrew Mathews; Front (from left) reserves coach Darren Pratt and club vice-president Andrew Frackowski.
PHOTO: Grady Hudd
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2014 The year in review
IN October, The Bunyip reported how
two Gawler Council mayoral candidates,
Karen Redman and John Bolton, issued
complaints against each other to the
South Australian Electoral Commission.
Mrs Redman complained about a
controversial cartoon circulated by Mr
Bolton and comments published about
her on his Facebook page, and Mr Bolton
issued a counter-complaint soon after.
The following month, The Bunyip reported
that the Electoral Commission SA found
Mr Bolton had breached the provisions
of section 28 of the Local Government
(Elections) Act, which discusses the
publication of misleading material.
Mr Bolton issued an apology with regard
to his actions.
Club hit for six over ‘Dog Box’
• Gawler Central claimed the A
grade, B grade and under 15
BL&G premierships with wins
over South Gawler, Willaston
and Tanunda, respectively.
• Local farmers were hoping
for spring rains, to avoid
a below-average harvest.
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