A Denmark-based company is encouraging landowners across the south west of WA to consider taking on a new challenge as its first trees are made available for planting later this year.
An audit will be conducted at a North Road school crossing to determine whether children’s safety is at risk.
WA’s first regional fertility clinic has opened in Denmark providing Great Southern residents with a “vital” service, according to the State’s peak medical association.
Champion shooter Steve Hurley added Albany’s highest individual sporting honour to an already long list of accolades when he claimed the Wellington and Reeves 2013 Albany Sportsperson of the Year Award last night.
The highly publicised Albany Adventure Race has been postponed until next year, less than five weeks before the inaugural event was set to take place.
People at Cheyne Beach got a look at “Steven Sealberg” last weekend, the elephant seal that made headlines in Perth and the South West over recent weeks.
Albany City Council has a new face after an extraordinary election last Friday night to fill the vacancy left by former deputy mayor Yvonne Attwell.
Narrogin welcomed Australian entertainment royalty when Queen of the Kimberley Mary G — and her alter ego, Mark Bin Bakar — brought a message of empowerment to the local Noongar community.
The WA shearing circuit kicked off on Saturday, February 22, with the first event for the year at Bendigo Bank Pingelly Shears.
After 18 months as Shire of Katanning’s director of engineering services, Stephen Gash will be heading north to take on new challenges.
Katanning may have to wait another two years before promised hospital upgrades begin.
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