LONG-TIME Trinity Old Scholars footballer Carl Teusner was overcome with emotion as he watched his team-mates win the club’s first-ever A-grade flag on Saturday.
THREE of the four state election candidates for Light have had their final say on why locals should vote for them, when they head to the polls on Saturday.
IN soccer terms, the Safe Schools gaffe from Liberal candidate for Light Karen McColl wouldn’t go as far as being called an own goal, but it was certainly an opportunity that sailed well wide of the net.
INCUMBENT Labor Member for Light Tony Piccolo, Liberal candidate Karen Mc- Coll and Australian Conservatives candidate Carl Teusner faced off at Salt Church’s political forum on Sunday evening.
LOCAL voters should make an informed decision about who they’d like to elect as their member of parliament at the upcoming state election, according to Salt Church Senior Pastor Paul Newsham.
AFTER rising to fame as the unofficial mascot of the 2015 Cricket World Cup, local man Carl Teusner, aka the ‘Travelling Roo’, has now become the face of this season’s summer of cricket.