Cr Paula Cristoffanini claimed the Shire presidency and re-elected Cowaramup-based member Julia Meldrum was named her deputy in a move critics say represents the return of a “green council”.
The newly-elected members of the incomplete board which runs the Margaret River Farmers’ Market have revealed the irregularities in the group’s recent annual meeting.
A local horse has snatched a bronze medal for her volunteering work with people with disabilities.
It’s 2020 all over again.
Presented by the Albany Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Great Southern Business Awards were held at Oceans Albany on Saturday night.
Police investigating the disappearance of four-year-old Cleo Smith from a Carnarvon campsite say they believe she was abducted - and are not restricting their appeal for information to WA.
A court has heard the actions of the police officer who drew his gun on an armed Yamatji woman in Geraldton deprived his colleagues a tactical advantage and cost a ‘disturbed’ woman her life.
A WA Police officer of 18 years, Sgt Wynen has been working as a detective since 2009 and spent a large period of that time in the child abuse squad.
The beleaguered casino operator isn’t sure if it has paid the right amount of tax in WA, after massively underpaying in Victoria.
Rebecca Le May
St. George-Illawarra Dragons legend Jamie Soward has been appointed to a head coaching role for the first time.
Police and emergency services were called to the roundabout at the intersection of Mercer Road and Lower King Road about 8.15pm on Saturday night.
Last night’s winner is yet to claim their $1 million prize.
Expected to be released in 2022, but screening in Albany tomorrow night, Facing Monsters is billed as a surfing film like no other.
The film will be set in Albany and include many of the raw landscapes the Great Southern has to offer.
Pilbara residents can now access free plumbing services as part of the Water Corporation’s 2021-22 Waterwise Towns program.
The ASX closed barely changed after a rollercoaster session, but the teeny gains still count as the fifth day in the green over the past six.
Nearly 150 Great Southern farmers took farm-themed obstacles such as hay bale climbs, tyre-pulls and “Mission Impossible-style” rope obstacles.
Voters in the Shire of Halls Creek have maintained the status quo, returning all four incumbents to council at the weekend’s local government election.
Fed-up residents on neighbouring streets have spoken out about their fears over the site and called on the landowners and the City of Albany to do something about it.
South African author and activist Sisonke Msimang will share her story with Roebourne residents when she visits the Pilbara next month.
Nationals WA members have reinforced their belief in the importance of climate action action ahead of COP26, despite hesitancy from their Federal counterparts.
Tom Shanahan & Sarah Ison
The Katanning Agricultural Show returns for its 130th anniversary this weekend — and entry is free.
Seizure alert assistance dog Radar alerts Ben’s parents if he is going to have a seizure by barking.
The man heading up the special taskforce set up to solve the Cleo Smith case is no stranger to running major police investigations — including missing children cases.
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