For those who will be in Roxby Downs to vote on Saturday, the polling place is located at the Christian Community Church on the corner of Burgoyne and Tutop Streets with car parking available off of Burgoyne Street.
Election candidates for Giles voice their opinions on the importance of improving regional infrastructure.
In today's print edition of the Whyalla News we stated that Bernadette Abraham was the Labor candidate for Giles. This is incorrect. Eddie Hughes is the Labor candidate for Giles and Bernadette Abraham is the Liberal candidate for Giles.
We asked Whyalla residents if they think the Labor government has been doing enough for the electorate of Giles.
Steph Say The state Liberal party have announced that if voted into government in the March election, a cap on council rate rises will be imposed to help ease the cost of living for South Australians.
The Motor Trade Association of South Australia has welcomed the announcement from the Liberal party that they would reintroduce registration stickers as a priority if elected on March 15.
KIRSTY DAVIS Family First candidate or the seat of Giles Cheryl Kaminski believes there is a lack of tertiary education opportunities.
KAYLEIGH BRUCE Steven Marshall visits our city.
If elected on March 15, a Liberal government will double black spot funding to make South Australian roads safer and free up congestion.
With less than two weeks to go until the state election takes place, deputy leader of the opposition Vickie Chapman has visited Whyalla to appreciate the region.