MEMBER for Taylor Leesa Vlahos has resigned from her roles as Minister for Disability, Mental Health and Substance Abuse, citing personal health reasons for stepping down.
GAWLER is the sixth-highest poker machine gambler in the state, per capita, latest data has revealed.
MEMBER for Light Tony Piccolo has reignited the Main North Road/Tulloch Road intersection debate by taking aim at Gawler Council and his own government, and calling on the community to strengthen his push for an immediate upgrade at the junction.
ADELAIDE Plains Council (APC) will continue to fight to remove itself from the Gawler River Flood Management Authority (GRFMA), despite a consultant’s report advising against it.
A TWO Wells resident believes he shouldn’t have to pay to fix flooding issues on his property – apparently caused by a council alteration to the road on the corner of the land – which has left him worried for the welfare of his valuable racehorses.
SA WATER has called on local agribusinesses in the Adelaide Plains to submit project proposals for the use of recycled water, which will be made available through the establishment of the Northern Adelaide Irrigation Scheme (NAIS).
LOCAL emergency service crews were thrown into chaos during a special training event held at Williamstown’s Country Fire Service (CFS) shed last week.
FORMER Wasleys residents Terry and Moira Lee completed a six-kilometre walk in the City to Bay charity event on Sunday, surrounded by family and friends, and raised more than $3300 for the Julian Burton Burns Trust.