Temperatures across the Great Southern and lower Wheatbelt soared as Albany experienced its hottest day of the year so far, reaching 44.1C at 1pm.
Several Albany roads will be temporarily closed over the coming fortnight as filming starts on the zombie thriller We Bury The Dead, starring Daisy Ridley of Star Wars fame.
A draft report identifying key assets at Frenchman Bay at high risk of coastal erosion by 2041 has been put out for public comment by the City of Albany.
A comprehensive all-round performance from Mt Barker has steered them to the Albany and Districts Cricket Association A-grade T20 premiership after smashing Collingwood Park on Friday evening.
An Albany painter and father of two has been given a suspended imprisonment order after flinging his mother into a door during an argument about his alcohol use.
Police are investigating three suspicious fires that were all deliberately lit within a fortnight in Albany, two of which forced people to be evacuated and reached emergency level.
A proposed overhaul to Australia’s working holiday program has sparked fears for local businesses.
Albany’s cruise ship season has picked up pace this week with two ships docking in the port in the last four days and another one set to arrive at the end of the week.
More than 100 players, coaches and members from Great Southern clubs and associations brushed shoulders with leading athletes and coaches at the inaugural Great Southern Sports Forum.
The first Albany service honouring personnel who have served in the defence forces over the last 50 years was well received on Sunday.
A faultless batting display from superstar all-rounders Jeremy Wood and Nathan Crudeli ensured Mt Barker secured a huge win over Royals in the ADCA A-grade competition on Saturday.
BHP has confirmed government assistance could be too little too late in rescuing the drowning WA nickel operations that caused the Big Australian to cut its interim dividend.
The union representing Network Aviation pilots has hit back at a planned meeting with Qantas management, claiming the town hall assembly will not address the systemic issues of the ongoing pay dispute.
Dozens of suspected asylum seekers who arrived via boat on WA’s remote north coast have been flown to Nauru.
A prison officer who was a witness in a WorkSafe investigation into sexualised bullying and intimidation at a Bunbury jail has taken his own life.
Aussies are being urged to check their Lotto tickets, with two lucky people taking home $15 million in Tuesday night’s draw.
The State’s peak mining lobby has reheated calls to slash bureaucratic red tape as the besieged WA nickel industry faces a nervous wait for Tuesday.
Shocking vision shows a train narrowly avoiding disaster after a truck sped through a railway crossing.
Perth Wildcats star Bryce Cotton has achieved a feat that few athletes in any code have done - he’s been named the best player in his sport four times, after claiming the NBL’s Andrew Gaze Trophy
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has locked in Labor’s support for WA’s fair share GST deal, by signing a pledge on the front page of The West Australian.
The State Government has declared another WA farming district to be water-deficient, triggering water-carting procedures to address emergency animal welfare concerns.
The organisers of the Busselton Jetty Swim say the winners of ‘some’ of the event’s categories have been changed as the result of an issue with the event’s timing system.
A massive list of South West schools have been forced to close today due to an extreme bushfire risk.
Bunbury mayor Jaysen Miguel says news of the cancellation of this year’s Groovin’ The Moo festival has come as a shock.
The family of Australind open water swimmer Kyle Lee have expressed their pride after the 21-year-old booked his place in this year’s Paris Olympics earlier this month.
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China is gearing up to showcase its narrow-body passenger jet to a global audience for the first time at the Singapore Airshow.
The new model, called Sora, allows a user to type out a desired scene and turns it into a high-definition video clip.
Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has to testify in a probe by the US Securities and Exchange Commission concerning his 2022 acquisition of Twitter, a US judge ordered in a court filing out Saturday.
Fans were hoping they would get a glimpse of the superstar couple at the Sydney shows, however, that has been thrown into doubt.
To hear Walter Mikac speak about the deaths of his wife and daughters is to stare through a window into the deepest grief imaginable.
Classmates of twin girls killed in a car crash in the Wheatbelt are being supported by their Mandurah school after the tragic deaths, with the principal writing to parents to inform them of the ‘very sad news’.
After three years of limited opposition in WA’s one-party State, the bruisers of the left are going through their paces, throwing shadow punches and training up in a montage that would make Rocky Balboa blush.
In the end, it wasn’t age that caught up to John Quigley. It was Labor’s factions.
Fiona Lavelle and Tinesh Tamilkodi, two WA paramedics who died in tragic circumstances last year, are being honoured in a very special and unique way by St John WA.
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