MEMBER for Schubert Stephan Knoll has resigned from his position in Premier Steven Marshall’s cabinet following his role in the state parliament’s country members travel allowance scandal.
GAWLER Mayor Karen Redman has slammed the State Government for reintroducing rate capping legislation, calling it a “double standard”.
FOR the fourth time in seven months the upper house of State Parliament is set to dismiss a State Government push to lift the ban on cultivating genetically modified (GM) crops.
GAWLER-born legislative council member John Dawkins has set an end date on his political career, announcing he will retire at the next state election.
THE State Government has moved quickly to introduce legislation to parliament, giving it a second-crack at lifting the state’s genetically modified (GM) crop ban.
STATE Government agencies can now choose to advertise notices online and not in regional newspapers, after parliament passed a range of reforms last week.
UNEMPLOYMENT rates in Adelaide’s north rose by 0.2 per cent in August, slightly less than the 0.4 per cent increase seen across South Australia collectively.
THE State Government has defended a bill that could see councils and government agencies only have to advertise announcements online, and not in local newspapers or radio broadcasts.