LOCAL anti-poverty campaigner Sam Shetler was trapped in the poverty cycle as a child growing up in the United States – now, he wants to make sure young people in Gawler don’t suffer the same way.
A PACKED gallery of around 60 people were in attendance at the first Gawler Council meeting in the new Gawler Civic Centre last Tuesday night.
GAWLER Council’s decision to spend an extra $24,000 on landscaping for the $360,000 Gawler Southern Entrance Statement has been met with fierce backlash from the community.
GAWLER councillor Brian Sambell has slammed the behaviour of an unidentified resident who verbally abused him while he was sitting on the toilet during last Tuesday’s ordinary council meeting.
A LETTER from state planning minister Stephan Knoll has acted as the catalyst for Gawler Council to make public a key, confidential document outlining the proposed vision for rural areas south of Gawler.
MEMBER for Light Tony Piccolo has slammed Gawler Council for trying to progress “a secret Development Plan Amendment” without properly consulting ratepayers first.
A REPORT outlining a vision for the rural areas south of Gawler, which Gawler Council had kept hidden from ratepayers for nearly four years, has finally been released to the public.
A LETTER to the editor stoush between Gawler councillors Ian Tooley and David Hughes last year did not breach the Code of Conduct for elected members, according to a newly-released report that cost
ratepayers $3500 to compile.