LIGHT Regional Council has formally sought support from the State Government for its extensive ‘Regional Vision’, ahead of applying for federal government funding.
LIGHT Regional Council is ‘holding fire’ on its plan to take in Willaston, despite Gawler Council’s decision to progress its own boundary reform proposal.
LIGHT Regional Council has finalised its submission on the State Government’s draft Planning and Design Code, claiming the resulting loss of local policy in the name of consistency is disappointing.
LIGHT Regional Council has challenged state boundary reform legislation, calling for the introduction of ‘qualifying criteria’ or a competency test to be met by any council seeking neighbouring land.
WILLASTON could become the latest suburb subject to a bitter boundary dispute, if Light Regional Council makes good on a threat to its neighbours.
LYNN Martin has been an inspirational leader of Xavier College and the wider community for 16 years and will be recognised as such, this Australia Day.
KINDERGARTEN teacher Janet Hazel has been announced as Light Regional Council’s Citizen of the Year for her ongoing support of her community through volunteering.
FREELING’S Elijah Smith loves to seize an opportunity, regularly stepping up to represent his school, peers or wider community, while still achieving strong academic results and being a carer to his Dad.