Great Southern News

Protesters stood outside the Albany Water Corporation Building this morning with hand painted signs asking the Water Corporation to “Stop Desal Waste” and “Save our sea life.”

A 23-year-old Mt Barker man has been fined $2500 and ordered to pay $182 in court costs after pleading guilty to maliciously beating his Staffordshire puppy with a garden hose.

Albany MLA Peter Watson has implored WA Health Minister Kim Hames to lobby the Federal Government for funding to keep open the doors of Albany's only general respite centre.

Member for Wagin Terry Waldron has expressed his disappointment a "dangerous" section of Chester Pass Road missed out on State Government funding in last week's Budget but Main Roads WA insists the project is still on its radar.

When local brothers Beau LeFort and Toby Kruger-LeFort went for dinner Monday night the last person they expected to see was the Face of Myer and former Miss Universe winner Jennifer Hawkins.

The life of an Albany Advertiser stalwart and well-known local figure who died last week will be remembered at a memorial service in Perth today.

The developer behind a controversial Frenchman Bay development has refuted suggestions the project has not considered potential environmental impacts at the site.

Torbay residents have slammed a Water Corporation plan to pump hundreds of kilolitres of waste water from Denmark's new desalination plant onto Perkins Beach from next month.

One of Australia’s catwalk queens has been in the Great Southern this week modelling the latest summer fashions in a photo shoot for Myer’s upcoming advertising campaign.

Opal Aged Care in Narrogin thanked the Friends of Narrogin Nursing Home committee by dedicating a garden to the group.

Those dealing with severe hardship or living on low incomes will be given help to afford simple items such as groceries when the Katanning Community Resource Centre opens the doors to the new Community Harvest project today.

Great Southern farmers are insisting that a two-year trial of recreational hunting on public land be adopted by the State Government to help limit the number of feral animals and pests on farming properties.

Torbay residents have slammed a Water Corporation plan to pump thousands of kilolitres of waste water from Denmark’s new desalination plant into a waterway on Perkins Beach Road.

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