An Albany student’s interest in Australian military history has secured him a spot as one of 10 WA students to be selected to attend the Premier’s Anzac Tour next year.
It was an historic day at Old Farm Strawberry Hill on Monday, December 16, as crops were harvested on the same site they were first grown in the 1830s.
A loud roar filled the centre of town on Saturday morning, December 14, when hundreds of motorcycle riders dressed in tinsel made their way to York Street for the annual Albany Bikers Charity Run.
The bumper harvest predicted for Albany zone grain growers has been exceeded with more than 3 million tonnes in the bin as of Friday, December 13.
Of the 105 former WA state-run hostel boarders who applied for ex gratia payments for suffering sexual abuse at the institutions, 90 have been paid.
A formal trade agreement between the City of Albany and the Chinese city of Linyi could be on the cards next year, after a whirlwind visit by six government officials on Thursday, December 12.
WA farmers have fought back from the brink of disaster to deliver the State's biggest grain harvest.
The City of Albany’s income was $3.7 million higher than expected and 22 employees earned $100,000 or more in the 2012-13 financial year, a report has revealed.
The City of Albany is investigating the placement of fake public notices at the old Esplanade Hotel site announcing a Church of Scientology was coming soon.
Year 12 home economics students at Narrogin Senior High School will next year be taking their training to a whole new level, thanks to a state-of-the-art training facility and an enthusiastic teacher.
Two train carriages and an engine left over from Narrogin’s railway heyday could become an arts hub if they can be rescued from years of vandalism and deterioration.
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