The season start date of July 18 is intended to give families time to travel during the July school holidays to “support local businesses and regional communities”.
The National Anzac Centre will be back in action next week along with several City of Albany facilities as the State moves into phase three of the easing of COVID-19 restrictions.
Ralph Flowers ran a marathon around Albany after the one he had been training for was cancelled in the Gold Coast.
Experienced senior footballer Ryan Gaerth believes the grand final rotation system should be scrapped for the 2020 season and return next year.
Great Southern tourism operators say they have fallen through the cracks in WA’s post-pandemic recovery after they were ruled ineligible for a government tourism grant.
Under phase three of WA’s road to recovery, Albany pubs, bars and restaurants will be allowed to serve alcohol without a meal to seated customers from Saturday
The Albany Agricultural Society confirmed today that the 2020 show would not go on because of uncertainty surrounding COVID-19 restrictions.
After weeks confined to their yacht in a remote island paradise, an Albany couple face a lonely long-haul voyage across the South Pacific to complete their 19-year circumnavigation.
Helping teens get their learner’s permit, keeping children company at skate parks, or even just having a kick of the footy — police across the Great Southern are doubling up as youth workers.
A first look inside Albany’s new $24 million waterfront hotel has revealed the magical views of the city that will greet guests.
Helping teens get their learner’s permit, keeping children company at skate parks or even just having a kick of the footy — police across the Great Southern are doubling up as youth workers.
The cold and windy winter weather has set in across the region but clear skies allowed the stars to put on a glimmering show last week.
AFL premiership star Jeremy McGovern will pen a weekly diary for the Advertiser about his experiences of a historic season, to be published every Thursday
The Katanning Regional Business Association is set to receive a $5000 boost to help businesses move online after securing support from the Shire of Katanning at last week’s council meeting.
The First Katanning Scout Group was back in the bush last week for the first time since March after a ban on face-to-face meetings was finally lifted.
Williams is gradually getting back to “business as usual” after the double blow of the COVID-19 crisis and prolonged bridge works.
The lack of doctors at Katanning Hospital’s emergency department was under the microscope in State Parliament last month, one year after statistics revealed the severity of the town’s medic shortage.
Residents holding out for a page-turner or Pilates class can finally visit the Katanning Public Library and Katanning Leisure Centre after the doors officially reopened last week.
Bluff Knoll was a hive of activity over the WA Day weekend, with hundreds of hikers flocking to the Stirling Range National Park for the first time since the Boxing Day bushfires forced its closure.
The easing of COVID-19 restrictions has brought instant relief to Denmark businesses, which are “hopeful and happy” to make it through the worst of the pandemic, Denmark Chamber chief Sumer Addy says.
Albany boaties have taken to the water in their droves during COVID-19
Perth woman Michelle Kinsella will run for the seat of Albany as the One Nation candidate at the 2021 State Election.
There will be no excuse for not exercising from Saturday, when gyms finally get back to business.
The popcorn machines are firing up at Orana Cinemas as the State prepares to launch into phase three of the easing of COVID-19 restrictions.
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