The Shire of Denmark and local primary school children have put their hands in the earth, giving back to the environment as a celebration of National Tree Day.
Road upgrades will be a major focus of the Shire of Denmark’s budget for the next financial year, with $5.9 million earmarked for infrastructure.
A south coast mother has avoided jail for choking her son for 30 seconds on Halloween last year.
Wintry conditions did not dampen the spirits of mountain bike enthusiasts last Sunday.
A York Street carpark could be transformed into a vibrant daily marketplace, hosting a rotation of pop-up stalls, food vans and entertainment under a new proposal presented to the City of Albany.
Teenager Flynn Breuker jumped at the chance to surf the point near Middleton Beach for the first time during Albany’s week of wild weather
Kangas 11 emerged victorious from their hard-fought tussle with Bullets 5 in the game of the round for the Albany Netball Association A7 division last Saturday.
Bulldogs cruised to their third win in round five of the Southern District Junior Football Association under-12’s competition last Saturday.
Last season’s 16s league and cup winners Polonia were tested throughout by last year’s 15s league winners Albany-Bayswater as the latter prevailed in round two of the Albany Junior Soccer Association/
The first of the Albany Athletics Club’s three-race series took place in ideal conditions at the Terry Road course and attracted 36 runners.
A new $6.3 million performing arts centre is set to bolster the next generation of young talent at Albany Senior High School.
Broomehill locals are refusing to let their pub die, securing enough financial pledges to buy the town’s historic Imperial Hotel.
Premier Mark McGowan outlined a $57.7 million COVID-19 recovery package for the Great Southern during a blitz visit to Albany today.
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Katanning’s biggest doctors’ surgery has a complete team for the first time in more than a year, having welcomed a diverse trio of doctors since February.
Dave Morrison, 67, has been remembered as a passionate musician and affectionate grandfather with a sharp sense of humour in the wake of his death on July 28.
The man was driving a blue Ford Falcon when he drew the attention of officers patrolling on Campbell Road.
With a shortened and condensed Narrogin and Districts Netball Association A1 competition involving four teams, there has been lots of unpredictability and excitement in the opening few rounds.
Katanning residents will enjoy the wonders of a local silver screen after more than a decade without one as plans for the Katanning Community Cinema inch closer to showtime.
The Vancouver Arts Centre is seeking artists to facilitate a series of arts workshops at an aged care facility in a bid to improve the health and wellbeing of residents.
The Support the Swayns fundraising event was held on Saturday night at Wagin District Club, raising between $15,000 and $20,000 for the family who lost everything in a house fire last month.
Chef Xavier Poupel took his father’s advice and fulfilled his dream to travel the world, cooking for royalty, superstars — and Albany.
Katanning-raised speedway star Kye Blight has added another accolade to his growing list of achievements on the clay
Live music will be returning to the Great Southern after the cancellation of many events and festivals proved the music industry wasn’t immune to the coronavirus.
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