GAWLER is set to have a weekend farmers’ market once again after Gawler Council last week gave approval for a Virginia family to establish a new market.
THE Gawler Sub-Branch of the Australian Labor Party (ALP) celebrated its 110th birthday earlier this month.
AROUND 60 Evanston South residents gathered on the weekend to discuss the future of an undeveloped reserve that is set to become affected by Gawler Council’s cost cuts to open space maintenance.
WORKS have officially begun on the long-awaited Gawler East link road (GELR) project, with the ceremonial turning of the first sod occurring on Friday.
SHADOW Local Government Minister Tony Piccolo has called on the State Government to drop its rate capping policy and support the Labor opposition’s alternative “ratepayer protection” legislation, after it passed through the Upper House last week.
A FIREFIGHTING fund that has helped hundreds of local farmers to better defend their properties against bushfires has been scrapped by the State Government.
MEMBER for Light Tony Piccolo has vowed to pursue to legislative changes to compel Gawler Council to “be more open with their ratepayers and residents”, after being told he’d have to pay to have a Freedom of Information (FOI) request processed.
THE state’s Ombudsman has knocked back Member for Light Tony Piccolo’s Freedom of Information (FOI) request for Gawler Council to release a report containing planning recommendations concerning the town’s rural zone.