WA motorsport young gun Alex Rullo has smoked the competition at the Auto One Targa Albany Sprint, hitting 194km/h on a blistering run from Middleton Beach to Mt Adelaide.
Personal responsibility is key, but the government can and should play a role in trying to prevent deaths.
A talented Albany and Districts Cricket Association under-14 A side were successful at the annual Peel Carnival last weekend
Denmark police say a driver was lucky to survive a rollover on South Coast Highway on Monday, let alone walk away from the wreck without serious injury
A trailblazing Air Commodore, a hostage survivor and an accomplished leadership trainer will inspire locals at Centennial Stadium this International Women’s Day.
The Albany community is invited to take a stand for equality this International Women’s Day by gathering on the Albany footbridge in a show of peace on Monday.
An ambitious vision to establish a Mt Barker agribusiness precinct has secured the WA Liberals’ support, with the party pledging $2.5 million towards development at the Yerriminup Road site.
The Great Southern Development Commission’s new chief executive Natasha Monks hopes to bring her global business experience and a new perspective to the role.
With goodwill and kindness at their heart, women from across the region have found belonging within the walls of the Kalgan Hall for more than seven decades.
Menang Gnudju Noongar culture found its place in one of the world’s fashion capitals last month when Albany artist Kiya Watt’s artwork was paraded along the catwalk of New York Fashion Week.
Albany continues to be a national leader in wave energy research and could soon be home to a world-first showroom for wave energy technology.
The city’s landmarks turned the colours of the rainbow at the weekend to mark the end of Albany’s biggest Pride Festival yet.
Pingelly-Noonebin will face Wandering in the Upper Great Southern Cricket Association A-grade elimination semifinal on Saturday
Narrogin Amateur Swimming Club returned home with more than 50 medals from 2021 Country Pennants held in Mt Barker
Wagin Amateur Swimming Club finished fifth in their respective division at the 2021 Country Pennants meet held in Mt Barker at the weekend
A new public space on the site of the former Narrogin outdoor swimming pool has recognised the contribution of former pool manager Alby Timleris by naming the park in his honour.
Lying naked on a rock in the sacred Porongurup National Park, the first of Joseph Luke Williams’ victims felt humiliated and uncomfortable as the 150kg man loomed over her.
Wanderers will face Broomehill in the Great Southern Cricket Association elimination semifinal while Tambellup and Kendenup search for grand final berth
More than 100 boats took part in the annual In The Trees Regatta, hosted by Walpole Yacht Club on the Nornalup Inlet at the weekend
A push to reignite water polo as a sport in the Great Southern will receive a boost this weekend, with four events to be run at the Albany Leisure and Aquatic Centre
Young gun Lee Aylett powered to an impressive win in the Mt Barker Super Sedan Classic at Les Gorman Park last Saturday
An 11-person jury has found Joseph Luke Williams guilty of 11 counts of sexual penetration without consent and one count of indecent assault.
Albany cricketer Harry Crane hopes Claremont-Nedlands’ one-day title victory is the stepping stone to more WACA first-grade success
Albany’s much-loved musical trio The Waifs rocked out to hundreds of fans last week at the first gig on their WA tour.
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