GENETICALLY modified (GM) crops are once again a source of debate in State Parliament, after one legislative council member moved to reintroduce a ban on their cultivation, while another introduced new legislation to unlock them for farmers.
A PUBLIC database which compares spending between councils is one of nine recommendations for reducing local government spending, according to an independent report.
MORE than 70 Gawler Health Service nurses and midwives have protested outside the hospital and along Lyndoch Road as part of a state-wide series of industrial actions taken by their union.
ANIMAL activists trespassing on farms across the state will face harsher penalties under new measures announced by the State Government in the Barossa last week.
THE State Government has announced a $24 million stimulus package for the South Australian racing industry, in what will be a boost to Gawler’s three racing codes.