Royals stormed to back-to-back Great Southern Football League colts premierships after downing Railways by 38 points under lights at Centennial Stadium last night
Royals claimed their fourth straight Great Southern Football League sixteens premiership after powering away from Albany in the final term at Centennial Stadium in front of a big crowd on Friday night
Royals have secured back-to-back Great Southern Football League premierships after overcoming a strong third quarter fightback from Denmark-Walpole at Centennial Stadium this afternoon
Cameron Newbold and Taj Stubber
The Albany Junior Soccer Association’s grand final day got off to a thrilling start, with Denmark and Albany Primary playing off for the under-12s title on Saturday morning.
Nearly 70 youngsters took part in the Albany Come and Play Carnival as part of the Great Southern Play Cricket Week in Albany on Tuesday.
Water Minister Dave Kelly announced on Monday the program would be expanded from the two existing locations in the region — Denmark and Walpole — to a total of 19 communities in 2020-21.
Albany is bracing for a bumper school holidays next week as West Australians hit the road with the State’s hard border still in place.
New exhibits will open at the Princess Royal Fortress Military Museum in time for the long weekend, showcasing relics from our past, including a restored World War II coastal defence gun.
After a tough run for the Rainbow Coast Toy Library, the cherished community group has finally found its permanent home.
Mad hats are not just for fancy dress — they are also part of delivering mental health awareness in Albany.
Narrikup 7 won a thrilling grand final in the Albany Netball Association B3 division, holding off Bethel 4 in the concluding stages to finish the season as premiers on Saturday
Lions claim under-14s Southern Districts Junior Football Association flag while Magpies win under-12s.
It’s hard yakka but someone has to do it.
Plans to build a Boxwood Hill community dam are forging ahead, with councillors voting to acquire the site of the future water source at last week’s Shire of Jerramungup council meeting.
Plans for a 16-court tennis centre at the Centennial Park Sporting Precinct will move forward, with the City of Albany set to to start its search for the $4.8m needed to bring the vision to life.
Albany Community Hospice has teamed up with a trio of talented local creators for its latest fundraiser, Authors in the Soup, on Saturday, October 3.
City of Albany Mayor Dennis Wellington says the City will push for a funding commitment for the $9.5 million Albany Artificial Surf Reef project ahead of the 2021 State Election.
Great Southern TAFE enrolments have jumped by 70 per cent in half-price priority courses since this time last year, with some students using COVID-19 as a catalyst for a career change.
French chef Xavier Poupel reveals his traditional potato dish
XAVIER POUPEL, GOURMANDISE & CO, ALBANY
The travelling exhibition Evolution: Torres Strait Masks is back on show at the Museum of the Great Southern just in time for the school holidays.
Coach Andrew Ruck says his Royals are hungry for more premiership glory and he hopes to see another group of players with medals around their necks on Saturday afternoon
Taj Stubber & Cameron Newbold
Murals are becoming more widely accepted in the community because of their ability to add vibrancy and atmosphere to a place.
An Albany woman who assaulted her 85-year-old mother in front of police while on a pre-sentence order for drink-driving has been sent to prison for 11 months.
Ten students are getting hands-on experience on the boards in Wellstead at a shearing camp designed to fill labour shortages and drive Indigenous employment.
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