Michael Robert Carroll sparked a Statewide manhunt when he skipped out on his trial in Albany last August.
The Gilbert’s potoroo is coming back from the brink in the Great Southern after a survey discovered three new animals in their island habitat.
Indigenous students from across the State on a five-day trip to Perth for a leadership program at UWA aimed to encourage them to pursue tertiary education.
Landholders and volunteers are helping to protect the Nullaki peninsula in the hope it will some day be home to a sanctuary for endangered and threatened species.
Michael Robert Carroll will be eligible for parole in two years and three months after being convicted over a series of child sex crimes.
WA veterinarian Rick Fenny—best known as Red Dog’s Vet—has compiled his never-ending stories about red dogs and turned them into a series of books with the first to be launched in Albany this weekend.
A Narrogin Year 12 student was lucky enough to be part of a five-day-trip to Perth where a leadership program at UWA aimed to inspire students to pursue tertiary education.
The Rubens rocked out to their Albany faithful last week with the countdown finally over for the long-awaited 0202 album tour.
As the WA premiere of Aussie flick June Again started to unfold on the big screen I was beginning to wonder if “comedy” was the right genre to describe the film.
Casting our minds back to when music gigs were packing out venues throughout the State, no one could have imagined that one year later live music would be tentatively recovering from a total shutdown.
Michael Robert Carroll was set to face a five-day trial in front of a jury this week but told his lawyer Paul Catalano he wanted to plead guilty.
An Albany man was involved in a police pursuit, then escaped custody only to be found hiding in a garden with a variety of drugs.
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