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.
THE State Government has promised to review its electronic monitoring system of parolees, after a violent offender who went AWOL when the system crashed on Friday was captured in Gawler earlier this week.
MEMBER for Light Tony Piccolo has said his decision to bring trays of doughnuts to local volunteers has nothing to do with Labor’s ‘doughnuts of defiance’ movement against an under-fire Liberal minister.
RED tape was the hot topic of discussion at a local breakfast meet and greet featuring Shadow Minister for Industry Corey Wingard last Wednesday.
GAWLER train commuters are riding in 35-year-old railcars that should be in retirement, according to Shadow Transport Minister Corey Wingard.