MEMBER for Light Tony Piccolo has vowed to pursue to legislative changes to compel Gawler Council to “be more open with their ratepayers and residents”, after being told he’d have to pay to have a Freedom of Information (FOI) request processed.
THE state’s Ombudsman has knocked back Member for Light Tony Piccolo’s Freedom of Information (FOI) request for Gawler Council to release a report containing planning recommendations concerning the town’s rural zone.
A FATHER, whose young daughter walked home alone from school, during the deadly Pinery fire, has hit back at the education department’s response to the issue.
THE queue for public housing in Gawler is growing at an alarming rate, with some of our most vulnerable people waiting for over five years for accommodation, according to exclusive documents obtained by The Bunyip.
GAWLER drivers have been slugged an astonishing $1.2 million worth of speeding fines in the past three years, according to exclusive documents obtained by The Bunyip.