Emergency services received a call about 2pm, when it was reported a woman in her 30s had fallen while hiking, sustaining a possible fractured ankle.
Perth-based mountain bike rider Jordan Prochyra has been crowned the urban downhill champion for a second time after winning Sunday’s highly competitive race.
John Gregg claimed the 52km XCM race for second straight time after winning back in 2019.
Claremont have been eliminated from the WAFL league and reserves premiership race after preliminary final losses.
The Great Southern Soccer Association held their gala awards night at the pavilion alongside the North Road grounds, to wrap up the 2021 senior season.
Consultation has begun on the development of the marine park extending offshore to the limit of WA waters, aiming to protect the region’s marine biodiversity and cultural heritage.
A familiar face has taken the reins at the Denmark Hotel, working to return the historic venue to its former glory after a management dispute led to its closure earlier this year.
Albany’s Youth Challenge Park was heaving on Friday afternoon before the official launch party had even begun.
The Great Southern’s first permanent BreastScreenWA Clinic opened on Barnesby Drive in March replacing the mobile breast screening van that visited the towns across the region throughout the year.
Under the plans the City will focus on “five key pillars of community importance” — people, planet, place, prosperity, and leadership.
Volunteer firefighters past and present celebrated 60 years of service to their Mt Barker community on Saturday with a procession through the heart of town.
Twenty-five years and more than four million visitors after its launch, the Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk continues to achieve its aim of immersing visitors in nature while protecting the forest.
Southern Peaks returns to Albany from this Friday to Sunday after the event was cancelled last year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
International shanty acts will also lend their pipes with performances streamed to venues across the weekend.
Prepare for take-off — astronauts, stars and space will transform the Museum of the Great Southern these school holidays.
The region’s hockey supporters came out in large numbers for the Lower Great Southern Hockey Association’s day of grand finals.
The King River Hall community has been left “disgruntled and disappointed” after a series of alleged vandalism attacks that will cost volunteers valuable time and money.
A man was allegedly drunk and acted aggressively towards police officers when they were called to the Denmark Hotel about 8.50pm on September 17.
In a whirlwind visit to Albany on September 13, Mr McGowan opened the bright red office on Middleton Loop with other local leaders and community members in attendance.
NSW introduced similar electoral reforms in 1978, but they were decided by a referendum.
English was picked up by the Bulldogs in the 2016 national draft, only months after their famous grand final victory against Sydney.
It has been a long wait for Demons fans since September 19, 1964, when Melbourne pulled off a thrilling four-point victory over Collingwood at the MCG.
Mt Barker Hazara woman Nargis Alizada shared her story about living in Afghanistan under the Taliban’s oppressive rule at Sunday night's Albany-Kinjarling Afghan Appeal.
An Albany methamphetamine dealer has pleaded guilty to eight counts of offering to sell or supply the illicit drug.
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