Shire president Liz Guidera calls for Katanning Senior High School to begin the process to find a new leader as she claims the school’s poor perceptions have stagnated the growth of the regional town.
A 50-year-old Albany man attacked his former partner inside her home, grabbing her hair and dragging her across the floor while she tried to call police.
Albany-raised personal trainer Nat Bakker completed his gruelling 100km ultra-trail run in the Stirling Range National Park on Anzac Day, smashing time and fundraising goals
The Juukan Gorge cave blast scandal continues to haunt mining giant Rio Tinto, which used its annual general meeting to again apologise profusely.
Rebecca Le May
An investigation into what happened to a 22-year-old Geraldton man who was discovered unconscious by the side of a major road has concluded, with police deeming the incident an accident.
A 42-year-old Mt Barker man has become the first person in the Great Southern charged with persistently engaging in family violence
Business owners in the shopping centre feel they are being “left in the dark” by the building’s new owners, and are unsure of plans for the future
A 48-year-old woman allegedly became heavily intoxicated on a 21/2 hour trip to Kendenup before losing control of her vehicle and rolling her car
The emerging producer has tipped an initial 8.2 year mine life with annual average gold production of 136,000oz at an all-in-sustaining cost of $1188/oz.
Competitors in Shark Bay gathered early on an “unexpectedly cold” Sunday morning last weekend to participate in the town’s first Denham Triathlon.
A 20-year-old Mt Barker man who narrowly avoided jail after assaulting his 16-year-old girlfriend and a police officer has blown his chance by seriously assaulting a teenage boy.
A dad photographed pointing a rifle at his baby daughter has had his gun licence taken from him after police stepped in to overrule a local magistrate.
Elise Van Aken
The City of Albany is set to work on a business case to formally bid for Federal Government support for the upkeep of the National Anzac Centre, backed by Defence Personnel Minister Darren Chester.
An Albany community leader is calling for kindness and compassion for Australia’s Indian population who wake up “every day full of fear” for their families in India.
The mining giant has copped an embarrassing ‘first strike’ from shareholders in a protest vote against $60m paid out to three senior executives who parted ways with the miner over the Juukan debacle.
The aspiring gas producer’s plans for a $2.3 billion urea plant near Geraldton could pump up to $7.8 billion into the region’s economy over the life of the project.
New commemorative seating at Wagin War Memorial arrived just in time to pave the way for the Great Southern town to pay respect on Anzac day.
A dramatic collision between two trucks has been caught on police dashcam in WA’s Wheatbelt.
The achievement of both students’ achievements came as a shock, according to photography teacher, Zoe Quartermaine.
While the recent snap lockdown was limited to the Perth and Peel regions, its impacts have been felt across WA with events such as the Boddington Country Muster forced to cancel or postpone.
Albany’s State Emergency Service volunteers have stepped up once again to help the residents of cyclone-ravaged Kalbarri.
A new sculpture by WA artist Voytek Kozlowski has been installed at Albany’s Chester Pass roundabout.
The creative future of the Great Southern is set to be redefined over the coming months with the development of a region-wide vision for the arts sector.
Albany is dealing with a shortage of school crossing wardens ahead of National Walk Safely to School Day on May 18.
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