Mt Barker Aboriginal Progress Association and Pardelup Prison Farm co-hosted a panel discussion to celebrate Aboriginal culture and map a plan of action to boost opportunities in the region.
There was plenty of fun to be had with colourful craft stations, face painting, a show from Jamie the Clown, a pirate themed story time and fairy floss.
Wintry conditions did not keep a spirited crowd of locals and visitors away from The Galley on Stirling Terrace where they foot-stomped along to live music from the Shantymen.
Harley Webb kept the bullet that nearly pierced his heart as a souvenir from the Battle of Long Tan.
For more than four decades, Truda Hawkins waited on the same corner of York Street to wave on her beloved husband Allan in the Anzac Day Parade.
A team of 10 rangers with a passion for conservation have been taking part in a Greening Australia program since February, collecting thousands of native seeds.
The club has recorded a 42 per cent surge in membership in five years and says the existing facility is bursting at the seams.
The City of Albany is putting the choice in the hands of those who will use the space the most, inviting families to vote on 15 designs for a new playground near the hockey grounds before July 19.
City of Albany staff have been replacing household bin lids since May, ensuring every home has a yellow bin for recycling, a red one for general waste and a green one for organic matter.
Impact Services director Stuart Roberts said the initiative offered a structured training program and mentoring for new workers.
Great Southern families came together to celebrate culture and country on Wednesday for a day of NAIDOC Week activities at the Albany Noongar Centre.
City of Albany Mayor Dennis Wellington says the State Government needs to listen to local voices as it starts planning for upgrades to the Albany Health Campus.
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