GAWLER Council will investigate the development of a grievance procedure to help elected members better understand current complaints protocols, and resolve conflicts.
GAWLER councillor Ian Tooley has criticised fellow elected members for forgoing a $10 monthly allowance for internet access, saying they’d stooped to a “low level” by thinking they were above the payment.
FOURTEEN Gawler & District College B-12 students have been awarded scholarships to help with their studies in 2019, thanks to fundraising efforts of the Gawler & District College Foundation.
GAWLER Council has stood by its complaints handling and mediation processes after receiving a sharp rise in Code of Conduct complaints about elected members in the 12 months leading up to the 2018 election.
GAWLER Council’s internal divisions have already resurfaced at the first meeting of the new electoral term, held last night, with yet another Code of Conduct investigation being discussed – this time into incumbent Gawler Deputy Mayor Ian Tooley.
GAWLER Mayor Karen Redman and incumbent Deputy Mayor Ian Tooley doubled down on their respective accusations of bullying and harassment against one another during a heated final council meeting for the 2014-18 electoral term.
GAWLER Mayor Karen Redman and Deputy Mayor Ian Tooley have traded separate accusations of bullying and harassment, with the former describing one confrontation between the pair as “dangerous”.
THE Remuneration Tribunal of South Australia has signed off on the allowances for council elected members for the next four years.