THE writs have long been issued and corflutes have gone up, as South Australians prepare to cast their vote for the 2018 state election this Saturday.
DAVOREN Park resident Sonja Taylor had never envisaged entering the political arena, but a conversation with her boss soon changed that.
THE seat of Light hasn’t received as much campaign attention in the lead-up to next month’s state election from either of South Australia’s two possible future leaders as it did during the last election campaign.
MEMBER for Napier Jon Gee has made a $240,000 funding commitment, if elected, to improve playground facilities that weren’t funded as part of the State Government’s Fund My Neighbourhood (FMN) program.
NEW equipment has been promised to the Gawler Health Service, if the Liberal Party is elected to state government this March.
FEDERAL Minister for Education Simon Birmingham has backed his state Liberal counterparts’ new plan to replace the controversial Safe Schools program with a new bullying initiative, saying it is an “integrated approach” to confronting the widespread issue.
WATER Minister Ian Hunter’s office has hit back at the Liberals’ plan to open a number of the state’s reservoirs for recreational use.
THE South Australian Liberal Party is hoping to turn Gawler’s traffic congestion, and the contentious Gawler East link road (GELR) route, into a key battleground in the contest for Light at next March’s state election.