LOCAL winemakers and brewers are breathing a sigh of relief after the State Government abandoned its plan to restrict alcohol advertising last week.
MEMBER for Schubert Stephan Knoll has supported a government backdown on a proposal to legislate mandatory, on-the-job alcohol and drug tests for bartenders and other workers in the alcohol industry.
MEMBER for Schubert Stephan Knoll has vowed to continue pushing for a new Barossa hospital, despite state Health Minister Jack Snelling’s ambiguous stance on the topic during a recent visit to the region.
A 34-YEAR-OLD Evanston man has become the fourth person to die on local country roads, already, this year after being involved in a single car roll-over at Rowland Flat on Monday night.
MEMBER for Schubert Stephan Knoll’s political star continues to rise, with the Barossa Valley-based MP having been promoted to the Opposition front bench last week.
MOUNT Pleasant residents have won the fight to retain their connection with the Schubert electorate, as part of the state’s recent electoral boundary shake-up.
ONGOING road breakages and significant potholes along the Templers to Hamley Bridge Road has left locals frustrated and fearful of potential accidents.
LOCAL politicians have offered their analysis on Donald Trump’s shock United States election victory, discussing the mobilisation of disillusioned blue-collar workers, immigration and the rise of populist politics, and how it all applies to the Gawler region.