Detectives are investigating a serious assault that left a young man with a broken jaw during an Upper Great Southern Football League reserves match in Katanning.
Cameron Newbold & Liam Croy
The top-of-the-table contest in round six of the Narrogin and Districts Netball Association A1 competition lived up to expectations as Flames won a tight contest by five goals on Saturday
There is “potential for a record crop” after a superb start to the season for WA grain growers, according to the Grain Industry Association of WA’s June crop report.
Merino fleeces produced in WA are heading to the annual Australian Fleece Show, the world’s largest fleece competition, that is part of the Australian Sheep and Wool Show at Bendigo, July 16 to 18.
Using words and images to conjure the roaring of waves and the beating heart of a whale, the stories of Indigo Sands will soon grace Narrogin.
A local artwork will be sent to the moon after it was included in the Lunar Codex, launching with SpaceX in 2022.
In the early days, the local road board saw no need for a new hall in Boddington, and certainly didn’t think it should be responsible for running it.
WA footballer Matilda Dyke became the fourth generation in her family to represent her State after playing for the WA Under-19 AFLW team earlier this year
Upper Great Southern Hockey Association failed to make the division 1 grand final at the CBH group men’s country championships in Perth but they did emerge with plenty of silverware
Aspiring tennis players in the Upper Great Southern region will have the opportunity to rub shoulders with former world no.52 doubles player and Williams-raised Jess Moore this Sunday
Reigning premiers Williams handed Katanning their first loss of the 2021 Upper Great Southern Football League season on Sunday
“I’ve swallowed a coin.”
The club is famously private, but today The West Australian can for the first time reveal the names of all its 842 members.
Children with eating disorders are being caught in a revolving door, parents say their children are being pumped with food and tossed out of hospital — only to end up back there time and time again.
This weekend marks one year since the beginning of the end for what was WA’s most powerful and largest bikie gang.
AFL insurers have put a $75,000 price tag on the rest of a country footballer’s life.
Albany State Emergency Service volunteers have been called out to about 150 storm-related jobs since 6pm yesterday.
Tonight’s evening of mediated discussions is expected to pose questions and concerns direct from locals about increasing youth crime in the community.
A Bunbury man who spent 18 months in prison on remand has been spared further jail time after a South West magistrate deemed he had served enough time inside.
Shire of Esperance councillors will tomorrow decide whether to adopt a CCTV policy after an alert resident said one should be developed to protect the privacy rights of the community.
One of the South West’s most senior police officers has backed a Busselton magistrate’s view that juvenile criminals need help to break their cycle of offending before it’s too late.
More than 1000 homes are still without power in the Great Southern region after flash flooding brought down power lines.
Temperatures plunged to near freezing in parts of Perth this morning as the city shivered through its coldest day since 2019.
Bankruptcy trustees have asked the Federal Court to reverse luxury East Perth apartment transfers made by a Perth racing enthusiast and his wife a month after they lost a $4 million-plus legal battle.
An Armaguard employee plotted for weeks to steal almost $300,000 from a heavily-fortified van in a daylight heist — then gave the cash to his teenage neighbour to hide.
Thousands of West Australians aged in their 50s made appointments to get the Pfizer COVID jab over the weekend, and there were long queues at one vaccination centre today.
A man has been stabbed in the eye, chest and arm during a fight outside a fast food restaurant in Perth’s north.
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