THE election campaign is heating up in the seat of Light, with two big local announcements made by the major parties this week.
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THE spotlight will be on the City of Playford next month when the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit Elizabeth.
NAPIER'S Greens’ candidate Sam Miles said the major parties’ disregard for the non-marginal seat inspired him to stand in the upcoming state election.
A BID by the City of Playford to raise dog registration fees has been rejected, with opponents of the move arguing that the increase would result in more unregistered dogs.
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GAWLER Council is investigating ways to further cut costs and improve 'service outcomes'.
CALLS for more accommodation options in Gawler are continuing, but a solution to the problem does not appear any closer.
THE cost of registering a dog with Gawler Council is set to increase by 20 per cent.
CURRENTLY, there appears to be little hope of a simple resolution to the Gawler South war memorial debate that continues to divide elements of our community.
SIR - When I voted at the Gawler South polling booth at the Lutheran Immanuel Church at the last state election, confusion reigned.
SIR - In my opinion, it's a bit rich for John Dawkins (Consider your vote, February 26) to state that a vote for a minor party or independent, is a "wasted" vote.