GAWLER Council has done “irreparable damage” to its reputation as a result of CEO Henry Inat’s push for a new contract, according to Member for Light Tony Piccolo.
THE timing of Gawler Council CEO Henry Inat’s proposal to extend his own contract – two years before it is due to expire – “raises alarm bells”, according to a local MP.
LOCAL business owners have spoken out against the State Government’s land tax reforms, with Member for Light Tony Piccolo raising their concerns in State Parliament last week.
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.
It has been four decades since Tony Piccolo joined the Labor Party, and the Member for Light sat down with Bunyip editor Grady Hudd to reflect on his journey so far.
MEMBER for Light Tony Piccolo has slammed the Marshall Liberal Government for its decision to close the Gawler Driver Testing Centre as of tomorrow.
YOUNG Gawler resident Isaac Solomon has been recognised for his dedication to his local traineeship and community after being named as a finalist for this year’s SA Training Awards.
MEMBER for Light Tony Piccolo has called out the previous Gawler Council and his former state department for funding issues related to the Tulloch Road intersection upgrade in Evanston.