GAWLER & Barossa Jockey Club (G&BJC) has joined a chorus of horse racing organisations and professionals expressing disappointment over a $5.25 million hit to the industry’s bottom line, caused by “double dipping” by the State Government.
AFTER dedicating an incredible 2400 hours to clearing Para Wirra Conservation Park from weeds and invasive species, and inspiring others to join the cause, Gawler resident Phil Gillet has received recognition for his efforts.
A LOCAL war veteran has slammed the gradual erosion of superannuation payments for retired Defence Force personnel and argued the Federal Government has attempted to cover up its interventions involving the pension.
LOCAL residents have taken to social media to overwhelmingly criticise a new Gawler Council hard waste trial involving concession card holders, with the majority reiterating calls for council to implement the collection service across the entire community.
A NORTHERN suburbs bricklayer who has thrown his hat into the ring as an independent candidate in the upcoming federal election contest for Spence has a simple message for local voters: “the bricky will fix it”.
A RECENT court decision involving an Evanston man has demonstrated the need for legislative reform aimed at giving police greater search powers to help shut down known “drug houses”, according to Shadow Police Minister Lee Odenwalder.
GAWLER Council has commenced a hard waste trial for local pension concession card holders, as it continues its investigation into the possibility of introducing a hard waste collection service in 2019/20.
A NEW wombat crossing is set to be installed out the front of the Barossa Co-Op in Nuriootpa, after the State Government increased the funds it plans to invest in the project.