“Your record makes it clear you are currently a danger to any woman who is in an intimate personal relationship with you,” Judge Linda Petrusa said.
Sarah Makse and Kellie Balaam
Detectives are investigating a serious assault that left a young man with a broken jaw during an Upper Great Southern Football League reserves match in Katanning.
Cameron Newbold & Liam Croy
Police “couldn’t measure” the number of breaches he had committed, estimating the total at more than 400.
The grandmother said she was chased along the street with blood streaming down her face before she took refuge in a neighbour’s home
“The content highlights the foul type of language towards someone who has come for protection of the court,” Magistrate Dianne Scadden said.
Albany builder Schlager Homes was placed into liquidation last week, owing $2.75 million to creditors.
Emergency responders and community members from the Wheatbelt and Great Southern have been invited to a special road trauma support session to be held in Williams
The Walpole-Nornalup St John Ambulance sub-centre has sounded its own emergency call as the team continues to search for volunteers to step up for their community.
Cranbrook police say more than 200 rounds were shot from various firearms, causing “senseless” damage to road signs, on the edge of the Stirling Range National Park last month
A “bold step” to save the critically endangered western ground parrot is showing early signs of success after a group of birds were relocated to historic habitat east of Albany.
The Denmark Country Club opened its doors for an evening of networking last month, hosting the Denmark Chamber of Commerce business after-hours.
A program to train volunteers to care for the region’s trails and a project to preserve the Noongar stories of sites along Great Southern trails will be kickstarted with a $380,000 boost.
Tambellup hockey star Penny Squibb says she will fulfil a childhood dream when she plays for Australia at this year’s Tokyo Olympics
With nearly 100 years of volunteer service between them, Albany Meals on Wheels stalwarts Pat Bracknell and Melba Bembridge are showing no signs of slowing down.
Grammar Griffins 3 remain on top of the Albany Netball Association A4 ladder after blowing their rivals away last Saturday
A three-goal performance from Tom Bradshaw guided Crows to a comfortable victory over Swans in round five of the Southern Districts Junior Football Association under-14s competition last Saturday
Club reunion for defunct North Mt Barker as Great Southern Football League returns this weekend
The Great Southern Football League will have a team competing at the Nutrien Ag Country Football Championships in Perth next month, after doubts surrounded whether they would send a senior team away
Heat five of the winter series was a scheduled Emu Point race but with the prospect of light winds and an outgoing tide in the Emu Point Channel, a harbour course event was conducted instead.
Top Australian jockey Jamie Kah will ride Albany galloper Red Can Man in his much-anticipated Victorian debut at Flemington on Saturday
The Albany Cycle Club’s annual Keyser Cup, first held in 1962, was contested last Saturday.
Prominent Cranbrook community members have had their portraits painted by students from Cranbrook Primary School to be put on display at a new art exhibition in the town.
Albany galloper Dark Assault will chase the first black type victory of his career in the listed WAROA Belmont Guineas (1600m) on Saturday
There is “potential for a record crop” after a near perfect start to the season for WA grain growers, according to the Grain Industry Association of WA’s June crop report.
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