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Jack Perfects the Art of Drawing

Hanging his work ready for exhibition is Jack Nicholls with Local MP Tony Piccolo and his teacher Ms Denise Piggott
 

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Youth to YAP with Local MP

Tags: Tony Piccolo MP / Gawler / Light Electorate / Schools

  • By Light Electoral Office
  • Aug 13, 2019
Youth to YAP with Local MP

Local MP Tony Piccolo discussing the proposed YAP with the two participants from St Patrick’s Technical College – from left College Captain Scott Larsen (former Xavier College Student) and Vice-Captain Corey Lloyd, (former Trinity College Gawler River Student)  

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Shadow Minister Piccolo Visists 'One In, All In' Aboriginal Vietnam Veterans Exhibition

Shadow Minister Piccolo Visits 'One In, All In' Aboriginal Vietnam Veterans Exhibition  

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Service SA Centres 'Likely' To Be Privatised Says Liberal Minister

The privatisation of Service SA will lead to cuts in services and an increase in charges and fees  

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Uproar Over Learner Driver Testing Shutdown

Tags: Tony Piccolo MP / Gawler / Roads / Safety

  • By Light Electoral Office
  • Jul 23, 2019
Uproar Over Learner Driver Testing Shutdown

Showing their displeasure are from left, Instructor Keith Scott, learner drivers Dennis Power and Jordan Potter, Instructors John Ellis and Keith Scott, and local MP Tony Piccolo.
 

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Saturday Morning Produce Market Gets Two Year Extension

Happy at the two year market lease extension are (from left) Stephen Frangos, Tony Piccolo MP and Andrew Frangos  

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Train Users Sold Out in Marshall Liberal Rail Privitisation

Local residents demonstrate their opposition to the privatisation of our rail services  

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Students' Artwork Calls for a More Sustainable Future

Some of the Year 8 students who’s work appears in the exhibition
 

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