COUNCIL rates and overspending, traffic congestion, the local economy and Gawler’s development and character have been flagged as the most pressing issues faced by the Gawler community.
GAWLER’S incumbent elected member body has failed to score a pass mark from the near 100 local residents who responded to The Bunyip’s council election survey recently.
THE Remuneration Tribunal of South Australia has signed off on the allowances for council elected members for the next four years.
TRANSITION Gawler plans to quiz Gawler Council candidates to inform voters on their views on climate change and environmental sustainability.
THE new turf cricket pitch at Mallala Oval has earned positive reviews after the first day of play on it went ahead without a hitch on Saturday.
GAWLER Council’s approach to open space maintenance has created “major, new problems by introducing more layers of decision-making and uncertainty”, according to a key local developer.
THE newest tenants of the ex-Holden manufacturing plant in Elizabeth are looking to make an impact on the area, and across the country.
NEARLY 85 per cent of ex-Holden Elizabeth plant workers have found employment since the plant’s closure 12 months ago, according to Holden.