Carlos Correira appointed new Katanning police officer-in-charge
GIWA’s Statewide grain harvest forecast for October slashed 10.5 per cent from an estimate of 14.5m tonnes released a month earlier.
Gnowangerup will no longer be the home of the world’s biggest Chamberlain tractor.
A 45-year-old man has been charged with driving under the influence after crashing his car into the front of the Katanning Police Station in the early hours of Sunday morning
Katanning’s Lake Ewlyamartup’s future is looking bright after engineering works to restore its waters were finished last month after a decade-long campaign by the community.
Katanning police have warned they are cracking down on the reckless riding of unlicensed off-road motorcycles around town
Two WA footballers will have the chance to win back-to-back AFL grand finals with Richmond this Saturday against Geelong.
Lake Grace Cricket Club have made the bold move to join the Upper Great Southern Cricket Association after the four-team Lakes Cricket Association folded.
The past three years have been tough for the farming families of Gairdner, which was declared water deficient in June after the community dam ran dry for the first time in history.
A Newdegate foursome, including Australian cricket star Brad Hogg, finished second in the Middleton Beach Bowling Club’s split fours carnival last week in Albany.
After a season rocked by the COVID-19 pandemic and personal tragedy, Pingaring’s Liam Baker is one step away from adding another premiership to his already remarkable career
Taj Stubber & Cameron Newbold
Reigning premiers Tambellup recorded a comfortable six-wicket victory over Australs/Woodanilling in the opening round of the Great Southern Cricket Association on Saturday.
The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on the Katanning Toy Library, with membership more than halving this year, leaving the service without volunteers to fill its rosters.
It is understood a vehicle rolled and struck trees at the intersection of Westmere Road about 10.30am.
With the Great Southern grain harvest just around the corner, CBH Group is preparing for the first deliveries.
The first signs of harvest are showing in the Great Southern as growers start swathing and spraying out crops.
Growing up in Frankland River, Georgina Beasley was shocked by what life was like as a woman in the big city.
Katanning-born Shai Bolton is set to play a big part for Richmond in tomorrow night’s preliminary final after starring in their 31-point win over St Kilda in last Friday’s semifinal
Great Southern Cricket Association season to start on Saturday with six teams.
If you spot a helicopter carrying an object around the Great Southern, it is likely part of a massive geophysical survey running for the next three months.
Katanning’s Julie-Anne Norrish will get the chance to fulfil a childhood dream after being selected by the West Coast Eagles women’s team.
Two drought-stricken WA farming communities will host a pilot project touted as a world first that could reduce evaporation from dams by 70 per cent.
EXCLUSIVE Shannon Verhagen
Being a shearer means long hours and physically taxing work, and while they still want to be in the job, they are also doing it because their industry needs them.
Speaking exclusively in a shearing shed near Narrogin, Don Spiers opened up about the solace and support the shed and his colleagues gave him after the heartbreaking disappearance of daughter Sarah.
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