A 23-year-old Albany man who put a nurse in a headlock at the Albany Health Campus last year has been fined and denied a spent conviction.
Two holidaymakers were pulled from the water by rescuers after they were dragged hundreds of metres out to sea on stand-up paddleboards at Cheynes Beach
The proposed swimming area would come under the Shire’s allocated funding of $1,614,556 from State and Federal Governments for upgrading local roads and community infrastructure.
The Capel Horse and Pony Club has received a $3750 grant from the Capel Shire Council as part of a community support scheme.
It’s been a long time coming but the new Esperance Jetty is one step closer to completion as the last pile was driven for the project on Monday.
A coordinated rescue mission is underway in the State’s south after a 75-year-old woman hiking the Bibbulmun Track injured her leg.
A drink-driver who was distracted by his mobile phone when he ploughed into another car, seriously injuring five people and himself, has been sentenced to 18 months in prison.
A traffic controller has been struck and killed by a car near Ravensthorpe in WA’s south-east.
WA Environment Minister Stephen Dawson and Energy Minister Bill Johnston yesterday visited the Goldfields to announce two projects would share in $2.6m through the $19m Clean Energy Future Fund
A 72-year-old Denmark man called police to dob himself in for growing six cannabis plants in his backyard.
A tiger shark has been sighted off Geraldton’s Town Beach, prompting police to warn beachgoers not to enter the water.
The WA Liberal Party dived into its election promises at the weekend when it announced a $3.5 million ocean pool at Bunbury’s Wyalup-Rocky Point.
A Mid West grandfather could die in prison after he was jailed for 15 years over the decades-long sexual abuse of his own daughter, granddaughter, and the daughter of a family friend.
Upgrades to the Gap, classroom additions to Albany Senior High School, and more parking at Albany Health Campus are some of the key pledges from the McGowan Government’s plan for Albany.
A long-awaited artificial surf reef could be built off Middleton Beach within the next four years after Opposition Leader Zak Kirkup pledged $4.5 million to fund the project if elected on March 13.
Work to finish upgrades to Millbrook Road a year behind schedule will start next month after the City of Albany engaged a new contractor.
Groovin’ The Moo looks set to go ahead in regional towns and centres this year with show dates in six locations around Australia listed on the website’s homepage.
I am convinced my mouth is too small. While many of you would say it might be too big, I’m talking physically. Ever since I was a kid, I have made a meal (excuse the pun) out of eating.
As a community, where do we stand on swear words these days? This may offend some readers, but I, for one, think there’s a time and a place for using the occasional profanity.
The 42-year-old, who cannot be named to protect the identities of the underage children involved, was convicted of aggravated assault at Kalgoorlie Magistrate’s Court yesterday
Shadow regional development minister Steve Thomas will today reveal the election commitment, which he hopes will encourage development of the Lot 350 industrial site on Great Eastern Highway
From December 11, 2018, to May 23, 2019, Palta made 66 transactions from the KTA bank account to accounts not related to the association.
There were dramatic scenes at the Collie Speedway last night where two drivers collided at high speed.
The Manjimup Marlin Swimming Club had a successful outing at the 2021 SunSmart Country Championships in Perth at the weekend with their team of six swimmers going home with 22 medals.
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