Broomehill locals are refusing to let their pub die, securing enough financial pledges to buy the town’s historic Imperial Hotel.
Anyone who has dreamt of seeing the sun rise or set from peaks in the Stirling Range National Park will be excited to hear about a new tour in the area.
A youthful Katanning Wanderers fell to their third straight defeat of the 2020 Upper Great Southern Football League season at the hands of an experienced Brookton-Pingelly outfit
Narrogin Hawks moved into the top four on the Upper Great Southern Football League ladder after a thrilling two-point victory over Wagin.
Defending premiers Boxwood Hill made a statement at home in round three of the Ongerup Football Association, recording a commanding victory over Newdegate.
In Manypeaks, Rob Potter used a boat to check stock in paddocks after more than 125mm fell in two days.
Police will allege an altercation occurred between the 42-year-old victim and three men from the Ford Falcon, which resulted in the victim being punched several times.
Katanning finally has access to dental care again with the opening of Heart of Gold Dental.
The Shire of Gnowangerup is documenting what the COVID-19 crisis has been like for its community through a time capsule.
Bustling full-forward Mason Hill booted Narrogin Hawks to their first victory of the 2020 Upper Great Southern Football League season after his nine-goal haul.
Grocery packs brimming with pantry staples have been delivered to homes across the Great Southern as part of a community mission to bring food relief to about 350 Noongar families in need.
Wagin made a big statement in round two of the Upper Great Southern Football League season defeating reigning premiers Boddington.
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Bunbury has retained the prized Syd Jackson/Max McGuire Cup with a win over South Bunbury.
Christ Church broke Guildford’s hearts as they prevailed in a two-point thriller. WATCH THE FULL MATCH REPLAY HERE.
Former Geraldton PCYC boxing coach Justin Crudeli, who was once entrusted to help ‘reduce anti-social behaviour’ in young boys, has been charged with raping a 16-year-old.
Liam Beatty & Sarah Steger
Jean-Sebastien Jacques has revealed the option to blast the ancient shelters in the Pilbara provided Rio with an additional 8 million tonnes of high-grade ore worth $135 million.
Stuart McKinnon and Sarah Ison
A woman has spoken of her family’s devastation at losing both parents in a tragic car crash near Geraldton, in which her brother suffered serious injuries and now faces criminal charges.
The miraculous survival of Dunsborough surfer Phil Mummert from a shark attack at Bunker Bay has renewed calls for more VR4 receivers for public safety.
Aboriginal elder and former West Australian of the year Robert Isaacs has called for Bussell Highway to be renamed, or dual-named, to recognise his great-grandfather Sam Isaacs.
City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder councillor and former WA Nationals Upper House member Dave Grills this week revealed he would re-contest his old seat under the Western Australia Party banner.
The mining industry was front-and-centre on the campaign trail in the 2017 State election, a role some argue was the key factor in former WA Nationals leader Brendon Grylls losing his Pilbara seat.
Farmer Pam Sealey has posed the perfect solution to an influx of selfie-lovers chasing the perfect yellow-drenched picture — without ruiningcrops.
The family of the boy killed in the Beirut port explosion this week, two-year-old Isaac Oehlers, will quarantine in Western Australia where they have family.
Phil Hickey, Peter de Kruijff and Annabel Hennessy
Baldivis mother-of-two Angela Odeh wants to thank the people who stopped when she was trapped in her car after a crash in Leda.
Explosive new evidence has emerged in the lawsuit against the WA sporting icon accused of historical child sex allegations with a witness coming forward with new claims.
Kids as young as 11 do commit criminal offences. Very serious offences, including homicides. So what do you do with them if you raise the age at which they have to go to court?
While the hospital system — and all West Australians — have been singularly focused on COVID-19, the same old challenges endure, and in some cases, are worsening.
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