GAWLER Council would have to publicly disclose any significant project cost blow-outs in the future under proposed new legislation introduced to state parliament last week by the Labor Opposition.
STATE Opposition Leader Peter Malinauskas has promised locals he’ll be a “constructive-style” leader, following his first public visit to Gawler in his new role on Sunday.
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.
MEMBER for Elizabeth Lee Odenwalder believes his time spent working as a police officer has prepared him perfectly for his new role on the Labor front bench.
RE-ELECTED Member for Light Tony Piccolo had “mixed feelings” on Saturday night after discovering he was on track to achieve a Labor Party voting record for the electorate, while his party was voted out of government.
FEDERAL Labor leader Bill Shorten visited the region last week to announce his party’s commitment to the $155.6 million Northern Adelaide Irrigation Scheme (NAIS).
NOTORIOUS mobile phone black spots in the towns of Roseworthy, Wasleys and Hamley Bridge will be fixed if a Shorten-Labor Government wins the impending federal election, according to Member for Wakefield Nick Champion.
GAWLER East resident Luke Scanlan was looking forward to the arrival of the National Broadband Network but has been disappointed by its failure to increase download speeds.