Great Southern Football League games could be limited to about 50 spectators as restrictions stand, if plans to start the season later this month go ahead
Cameron Newbold and Taj Stubber
An Albany man rammed into an unmarked police vehicle, causing $7500 of damage, on the same day he stole $1800 worth of whiskey from the Great Southern Distilling Company.
Denmark netballer Summer Stirling and her new Peel Lightning teammates will launch their WA Netball League campaign early next month
A 36-year-old woman has been fined $1000 and been stripped of her driving licence after crashing into the brick wall of a Campbell Road home while drunk.
Michael Traill and Cameron Newbold
Disgraced former Ice Breakers facilitator Craig Golding has been released from prison two months after he was sentenced to 20 months behind bars.
City of Albany Mayor Dennis Wellington wants 50,000 people living in the City by 2030 — and he says the COVID-19 crisis has made his vision more likely to become a reality.
An Albany-based Regional University Centre could be ready to welcome students by semester one next year.
The City of Albany will go to the Fair Work Commission for final approval of its plan to cut staff hours by 20 per cent for six months and freeze staff salaries for the next financial year.
Denmark-Walpole ruckman Kalin Lane is remaining upbeat as he eyes a WA State 18s selection.
Former Albany resident Holly Taylor trained her first metropolitan winner last Thursday.
The Department of Fire and Emergency Services has launched a guide to safe burn-offs after a review of the bushfire emergency that threatened homes in Albany two years ago.
Nationals WA leader Mia Davies has urged the State Government to keep regional WA at the forefront of its planning for the State’s economic recovery from the pandemic.
Albany will host a Weekend of Speed, featuring the annual Wind Farm Hill Climb, after Motorsport Australia last week granted permission for the event to happen
A strong contingent of Great Southern AFL players will be eager to return on June 11 after their respective clubs increased training workloads this week.
As Denmark’s tourism sector starts to recover from the COVID-19 crisis, a tourist hotspot will reopen to the public to provide a welcome shot in the arm.
A volunteer firefighter has been jailed for starting a roadside fire that spilled into farmland near Kojonup last year.
The Katanning Country Club is in the midst of a major transformation, with the club set to become a family-friendly sporting hub by June next year.
A 37-year-old man had methamphetamine in his system when he crashed his car at high speed after fleeing police in Albany, leaving his girlfriend with a broken leg, pelvis and collarbone.
Public works are continuing in the Shire of Narrogin while the town waits to get back to business as usual after COVID-19.
Fitness fanatics and swimmers can return to the YMCA Narrogin Regional Leisure Centre as the town welcomes its much-anticipated reopening.
Albany cricketer Colin Penter rubbed shoulders with some of the cricket greats in his time playing for WA
Colourful window displays at the Premier Mill Hotel have brought a smile to the Katanning community amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Pingelly’s Memorial Park is set to be redeveloped, with a pump track and skate park among the proposed design features.
Dramatic scenes unfolded in Albany’s CBD on Monday afternoon as a group of police officers wrestled with a wanted man in front of stunned onlookers.
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