STATE Shadow Minister for the Status of Women Michelle Lensink praised Liberal candidate for Light Karen McColl for her support of domestic violence victims, and renewed calls for greater female representation in politics, after a visit to Gawler last week.
THE State Liberal Party will commit $500,000 to help cover the cost of sealing Lyndoch Road, if elected on March 17.
MEMBERS of the Two Wells Bowling Club and local school students will be the major beneficiaries of a $250,000 investment, if Labor wins the March state election.
LOCAL voters should make an informed decision about who they’d like to elect as their member of parliament at the upcoming state election, according to Salt Church Senior Pastor Paul Newsham.
A FORMER local senior police officer and high-profile community member has revealed that he knocked back an opportunity to run as SA-BEST’s candidate for the seat of Light at the upcoming state election.
INCUMBENT Liberal Member for Schubert Stephan Knoll has landed the first blow ahead of tonight’s debate with SA-BEST leader Nick Xenophon, hosted by The Bunyip, calling the former federal senator a “one-man band”.
A LOCAL confectionery store owner with ambitions to open an art gallery in his heritage-listed Murray Street premises is one of several local business owners who could benefit from a relaxation of building restrictions in Gawler.
DOG owners in the northern and southern Barossa Valley areas will receive two dedicated spaces for their furry friends if the State Liberal Party is elected next month.