GAWLER Council would have to publicly disclose any significant project cost blow-outs in the future under proposed new legislation introduced to state parliament last week by the Labor Opposition.
A PARLIAMENTARY committee has heard evidence that Gawler Council “failed to go into bat” for residents seeking improvements to the intersection of Coleman Parade and Potts Road, according to Member for Light Tony Piccolo.
MEMBER for Light Tony Piccolo has taken aim at the Marshall Government for cutting employment programs for ex-Holden workers, one year since the Elizabeth manufacturing plant closed down.
MEMBER for Light Tony Piccolo and Infrastructure Minister Stephan Knoll have engaged in a tit-for-tat over the Gawler rail electrification project, after it was confirmed there are no plans to lower the local railway line at Gawler Central.
MEMBER for Light Tony Piccolo has slammed the Marshall Government’s 2018/19 budget, saying it hurts the most vulnerable people through cuts to education, health and services while offering tax cuts to millionaires.
HUNDREDS of dollars’ worth of parking fines have been collected by Gawler Council without authority and may need to be refunded, according to Member for Light Tony Piccolo.
MEMBER for Light Tony Piccolo has been appointed as the Labor Party’s duty member for the neighbouring seat of Schubert, adding more fuel to his political rivalry with the electorate’s current representative, Stephan Knoll.
PLAYFORD Council found itself at the centre of a parliamentary debate over the Marshall Liberal Government’s proposed council rate capping legislation last week.