Seven people have incredibly walked away from a car crash in the Wheatbelt last night.
The town’s newest top cop says she’s here to stay and keen to hear from residents about any social or criminal concerns.
The early signs show the Shire of Augusta-Margaret River has succeeded in moves designed to calm traffic on Margaret River’s main street.
There was a heightened police presence in Albany’s entertainment precinct on Friday and Saturday night in the wake of this month’s street brawl.
Katanning father Ajit Khan was reported missing about 11.30am on Tuesday after his green Mitsubishi Triton ute was stranded in flood waters on Ballagin Road in Piesseville.
Trucking couple Natalie Kascak and Nathan Tucker say the “terrible” housing situation in Hedland has made it hard to put down roots in the mining community as despite the Pilbara development boom.
The goldminer’s June quarterly report unveiled yesterday was marked by COVID-19 headwinds and a mine site death at its Simberi operations in Papua New Guinea.
The new fit-for-purpose structure was upgraded to bolster safety and aimed to better serve recreational and commercial users.
Hundreds of footy fans packed into a chilly Centennial Stadium to watch Claremont and East Fremantle do battle on Saturday night.
Award-winning comedic hypnotist Matt Hale is set to preform at Bunbury Regional Arts Centre next month with his show “Bonkers!”
South West police are calling for information to help locate a 27-year-old man believed to be last seen in Collie yesterday.
South West residents are being urged to prepare for flooding and dangerous winds in parts of the region as wet weather continues.
An Australian contingent of 55 firefighters and emergency services volunteers, including three Great Southern people, have flown to Canada to help battle hundreds of bushfires.
Police say the woman flew from Sydney to Perth on June 27, where she was ordered to quarantine for 14 days at a residence in Mt Barker.
After a busy start to her tenure as the Great Southern Police District’s top cop, Supt Kim Travers has outlined her aims for the region.
East Perth draft hopeful Kade Dittmar models his game on Elliot Yeo. And it shows.
Australia’s arts industry is calling for help as it finds itself reeling from continuous COVID hits.
Hope for stranded commuters is coming as the Shire of Augusta-Margaret River mulls a request by developers to expand the proposed supermarket site at Rapids Landing.
Local mental health and social work professionals have urged community members to step up and show support to each other in the wake of another high-profile suicide.
Fundraising efforts are under way to help the family of respected high school teacher Craig Healy in the wake of his death last week.
The progress of the Ord Valley agricultural sector was the centre of celebrations at the weekend as Kununurra’s Frank Wise Institute of Tropical Agriculture marked its 75th anniversary.
As families reel from the shocking brawl on Stirling Terrace earlier this month, Noongar leaders young and old are appealing for unity and action to stamp out violence in our community.
Works on the Shire of Plantagenet’s Tower Hill tourism project are progressing through the first stages with the walk trail expected to be complete by spring.
Albany pharmacies will be part of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout after the Federal Government opened the gates to eligible pharmacies across the country.
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