Gnowangerup Sergeant Randall Moulden will be among the fallen police officers honoured at a National Police Remembrance Day service near Katanning next week.
Roads in the Shire of Denmark will be considered for sealing after councillors voted in support of a cost-benefit analysis to be undertaken by the chief executive officer.
One committee at Little Grove Primary School has managed to put together a new playground for their school, giving children a learning tool to last generations.
Students at North Albany Senior High School put theory into practice, testing themselves with a day of wheelchair basketball to raise awareness about the challenges facing those with a disability.
A new boating club has been established in Denmark with waves to be made at two events this weekend.
Ground has been broken on the West Arthur pump track, with the new project expected to support wellness and youth, and to boost the local economy.
The Denmark Chamber of Commerce will be in control of the town’s visitor centre for the next three years after Shire of Denmark councillors voted in unanimous support of an agreement on Tuesday.
Dryandra Woodland could soon, be granted national park status with councillors at the Shire of Wandering unanimously voting to support the move.
A superb final term helped Magpies secure the title, withstanding a strong fightback from Narrikup 1 in the third quarter to eventually win by 11 goals.
The Corruption and Crime Commission has revealed the chief executive of a WA local council used almost $55,000 in shire money to pay sex workers via a fake invoice scheme.
Emergency services were called to Princess Royal Drive about 10.45pm, where they found live power lines across the road west of Bolt Terrace.
Now regarded as one of the best shooters in the competition, Finigan was named the fairest and best player in a grand final for the second time on the back of 27 goals at 90 per cent efficiency.
A WA political scientist has weighed in on the McGowan Government’s one vote, one value overhaul as rival MPs continue to trade barbs and local government leaders voice their fears about the reforms.
An Albany man allegedly used a gel blaster to hold a woman and four children hostage on Friday night.
An Albany father has been jailed for his “insidious and deceptive” behaviour after he sent love letters to his former partner in breach of a violence restraining order.
Three motorists have been fined after crashing on Great Southern roads while driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
Strong final quarter helps North Albany edge clear of gallant Mt Barker in Lower Great Southern Hockey Association women’s A-grade grand final.
An emphatic final-quarter performance guided Manypeaks to a strong win over Spencer Park in the Lower Great Southern Hockey Association men’s grand final.
All the action from the Albany Netball Association A divisions on Saturday at the Albany Leisure and Aquatic Centre
Albany’s Youth Challenge Park will be pumping on Friday, with a range of workshops for riders and skaters to officially launch the new youth hub.
The Shantymen’s campaign to be part of the day’s entertainment has reaped results, with the group set to welcome punters to the stadium by performing for crowds outside the gates.
The captain of Denmark Volunteer Fire and Rescue Service contracted COVID-19 after flying to Canada to join the fight against the bushfires ravaging the country.
In what was a wonderful decider, Magpies had to withstand a major fightback from Narrikup in the third term before pulling away in the final quarter on their way to an 11-goal triumph.
Three final quarter goals sealed the 5-2 victory for the Redbacks as they were crowned the 2021 premiers.
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