A 52-year-old man was allegedly stabbed several times before his workmate saved his life by driving a vehicle into his attacker in Katanning yesterday.
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Created with the help of a $500,000 grant from the State Government, the new technology turns Indian sandalwood grown by Quintis in Kununurra into essential oil which is exported globally.
A school of just 30 students have been recognised for their efforts of collecting more than 76,000 containers at the inaugural Change Maker Awards by being named WA’s School of the Year.
Emergency Services Minister Reece Whitby and Department of Fire and Emergency Services Commissioner Darren Klemm flew to Albany on Tuesday to assess the damage and speak with residents of Anzac Road.
Established in 1958, the club was forged in tragic circumstances with a double fatality occurring at Ocean Beach a few days prior to the formation.
Cr Kingsley Gibson was elected unopposed as deputy president after former deputy Mark Allen was unseated by just five votes in Saturday’s local government elections.
Camp Quaranup was built in 1875 as a working quarantine station, but these days it is used as heritage accommodation for schools and other groups of up to 158 people.
Dogs are prohibited at the tourist hotspots of Greens Pool and Elephant Rocks in Denmark’s William Bay National Park which attracts about 330,000 visitors a year.
Presented by the Albany Chamber of Commerce, the Great Southern Business Awards recognised excellence across 16 categories.
Presented by the Albany Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the Great Southern Business Awards were held at Oceans Albany on Saturday night.
Dolphin won the Peel Region Award for his artwork Under the Sheoak painted at the festival held on the long weekend of September 25 to 27.
Dozens of Janet Dweh’s family and friends have attended court as a married man accused of murdering her appeared, amid claims by her family he was having a ‘love affair’ with her.
The mining giant has pressed pause on sites across the State to address workers on the scourge, as well as racism and bullying.
The huge number of outlaw motorcycle gangs and feeder clubs in WA — as well as some of their most serious crimes — have been revealed in police report being used to justify tough new anti-bikie laws.
Carnarvon will do ‘anything it takes’ to find Cleo Smith, as the town prepares to hold a candlelit vigil for the four-year-old tonight.
Coming in at first drop after the early wicket of Chris Briody (6), Johnston instantly looked in control. He combined with Toby O’Grady (42) for an 80-run third-wicket stand
Missing girl Cleo Smith’s mum Ellie has made a heartbreaking plea for help to ‘find my little girl’, a week on from her shock disappearance from their tent near Carnarvon.
Time and time again, over many decades, the Wheatbelt town’s one main watering hole has had to rise from the sometimes literal ashes to maintain its place as a social hub.
State Labor Member for Kalgoorlie Ali Kent has described vivid childhood memories of the Northern Ireland conflict while throwing her support behind a proposed new law clamping down terrorism.
A Kalgoorlie magistrate told a 17-year-old boy the court had “bent over backwards” and given him numerous chances to abide by his bail conditions before she refused his bail this week.
WA Music Hall of Famer Daron Keogh is running free workshops as part of the Mid West Music Development Program to teach, right from the basics, how to write music.
To catch a child abductor you have to understand the rare beast that is a child abductor, says a former senior detective who specialises in this type of abhorrent crime.
Health Minister Roger Cook has provided WA further insight into what living with COVID-19 is set to be like when a hard border to NSW and Victoria is finally dropped.
Billed as a ‘wilderness campground’, the Blowholes is just that. There is no check-in, no register, no powered sites and no access to water. Campers have to be self-sufficient.
Tony Galati has become the State Government’s latest poster boy for WA’s COVID-19 vaccination program.
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