A new chapter championing the Menang Noongar story behind WA’s oldest farm, Strawberry Hill, was celebrated this week at the opening of a new visitor hub.
Work on the final stage of the $30 million South Coast Highway upgrades will start next month, with the 2017 election promise project set to be fulfilled by May.
Going above and beyond the call of duty for customers is all in a day’s work for two Great Southern businesses named as finalists in the 2020 Australian Hotels Association WA Hospitality Awards.
The Denmark Environment Centre has asked Environment Minister Stephen Dawson to defer the burn until after completion of the new Albany-Denmark water pipeline.
Nelson Gilmour says he has “nothing to lose” in his fight for change as the Greens WA candidate for Albany ahead of the State Election and will take bold action to bring “more integrity” to politics.
A six-month trial for a controversial six-day-a-week marketplace on York Street will go ahead, after a heated debate at the City of Albany council meeting on Tuesday.
Born in 1919, when World War I had just ended and a pandemic called the Spanish flu was wreaking global havoc, Ms Lister knows her way around an iPad.
Katanning’s Shai Bolton starred in Richmond’s brilliant grand final victory as they claimed back-to-back AFL premierships
The City of Albany will aim to transition its assets to 100 per cent renewable energy by 2030, after council unanimously voted to adopt a climate change action declaration.
Fuzzy little penguin Peppa is in good hands after being rescued from rough surf last week, an ordeal which has offered a timely reminder to keep an eye out for baby penguins on Albany beaches.
The 129th Katanning Agricultural Show was a record-breaker, with more than 10,000 people converging on the Great Southern town to enjoy WA’s biggest regional show since COVID-19 restrictions.
Pingaring’s Liam Baker is a dual AFL premiership player after he produced another terrific performance this time in Richmond’s stunning 31-point grand final triumph over Geelong on Saturday night
The Shire of Katanning Council will shrink by two elected members next year in a move chief executive Julian Murphy says will save the local government about $25,000 a year.
A global pandemic might have threatened to derail their final year of school, but that has not stopped Katanning Senior High School’s graduating class from finishing on a high.
The first Health and Wellbeing Expo held at Narrogin Senior High School this month was the vision of former student Jessica Daniels, and had over 20 agencies set up stalls in the school gym.
In one of the most intriguing seasons on record, five clubs will do battle for the coveted Albany and Districts Cricket Association A-grade premiership.
The success of WA’s new container deposit scheme has spread to Katanning, with keen recyclers depositing more than 50,000 eligible containers in the first month of the Containers for Change program.
Mt Barker’s bid to win their maiden ADCA A-grade premiership will be significantly boosted by the off-season recruitment of star Nathan Crudeli, seamer Mitch Smith, and the returning Jarrad Gardner.
Police are investigating a burglary in Katanning where it is alleged a frail 90-year-old man had his wallet stolen from his pocket in a brief struggle with intruders last week
Railways will give greater opportunities to their young players to try and fill the void left by a host of outgoing premiership stars, as they chase an eighth straight ADCA premiership
Royals captain Mitch Green says his club need improved consistency and more runs from their top order if they are to challenge for a premiership.
Manypeaks are confident they have the depth to cover the loss of top order batsman Jack Dawson and opening bowler Myles O’Meehan in the new 2020-21 Albany and Districts Cricket Association season
Collingwood Park will focus on promoting youth as they look to cover the loss of key duo Nathan De Graaf and Tim Pyle when the new Albany and Districts Cricket Association season begins on Saturday
Captain Mitch Green says the Albany and Districts Cricket Association will field its strongest team in the Country Cup since the competition was brought back as a one-day format
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