THE State Government has rejected claims the completion of the Northern Connector will leave a jobs “valley of death” in the state, as workers prepare to move on from the four-year construction project.
THE RAA has called for $55 million worth of works to fix the notorious Horrocks Highway to begin as soon as possible, after naming it the most dangerous road in South Australia.
RESIDENTS in Gawler’s “rural zone” south of the town face a longer wait for a decision on the area’s zoning, with the State Government announcing its new Planning and Design Code will be delayed.
GAWLER Mayor Karen Redman has slammed an independent report, commissioned by the State Government, into the status of contributory items in the new State Planning and Design Code, saying it failed to alleviate concerns around the future of Gawler’s heritage.
RESIDENTS and local entrepreneurs who wanted to see the Barossa rail corridor revived have been left disappointed by the State Government’s decision to let the track lay dormant.
THE reinstatement of a passenger train to the Barossa now seems more unlikely than ever after the State Government, on Monday, announced it was abandoning its expressions of interest process for the long-disused rail corridor.
GAWLER motorists will have to wait an extra three months to travel along the $885 million Northern Connector project, with the opening of the road officially delayed.
MEMBER for Light Tony Piccolo has promised a “high-quality and affordable” rail service for local commuters if his Labor Party is successful at the next state election.