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NEW PROJECT SEEKS TO CHANGE LIVES ONE CUP AT A TIME

At the official launch were Tony Piccolo MP with Lisa Combe (to his left) and Kelly Brealey (to his right) with other supporters.  

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Commission Urges Better Support For Veterans

Local MP Tony Piccolo discussing the APC Draft report with Gawler RSL Welfare and Pensions Officer and Club President, Mr Paul Little.  

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Temporary Post Office Wins Stamp Of Approval

Local Member of Parliament, Mr Tony Piccolo has welcomed the announcement by Australia Post that the Munno Para Curtis Rd Post Office will re-open this morning in a temporary location within the Playford Shopping Centre.  

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Recognising DisABILITY

Tony Piccolo with Carers and Link (Barossa Valley) staff Annette and Coralie.
 

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A disability employment seminar will be held this coming Monday (3rd December) to mark the 2018 International Day of People with Disability. 

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Local Member of Parliament, Mr Tony Piccolo has welcomed the commencement of work on the Gawler East Link Road. 

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Residents Rally For Better Reserve and Public Spaces

Some of the residents at the rally. Mayor Redman on the far left and local MP Tony Piccolo in the centre.  

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Veil Of Council Secrecy To Be Lifted Under Proposed Laws

Local MP Tony Piccolo with a copy of the new laws introduced into state parliament last week.


 

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Gawler Apex Are Inaugural Quiz Night Trophy Winners

Tony Piccolo MP presenting the trophy to Apex Club President Mr Raff Stomaci.
 

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No Start Date Yet For Tulloch Road Upgrade

Local MP Tony Piccolo concerned that no start date has been set for Tulloch Road upgrade despite funding approved almost 12 months ago by the previous State Labor Government.

 

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