AROUND 1000 teachers across the Light and Schubert electorates received appreciation certificates last Friday as a part of World Teachers’ Day 2020 celebrations.
SOUTH Australia’s Labor Party will set up a taskforce to investigate the viability of a tourist train in the Barossa Valley if it forms Government at the next state election.
GAWLER elected members have expressed differing thoughts on how the council area will be affected by being split between two state electorates.
A GAWLER allegiance will see Member for Light Tony Piccolo run for the Liberal-held seat of Schubert at the next State Election against former transport minister Stephan Knoll.
GAWLER could be both a winner and a loser as a result of last week’s draft electoral boundaries redraw, according to Mayor Karen Redman.
GAWLER and Evanston will be represented by different state MPs from 2022 under draft plans to redraw South Australia’s electorate boundaries.
BAROSSA-based MPs would be ineligible for the controversial travel allowance, which caused Member for Schubert Stephan Knoll to resign last month, under a Labor push to change the payment’s rules.