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Royals captain Mitch Green says his club need improved consistency and more runs from their top order if they are to challenge for a premiership.
Railways will give greater opportunities to their young players to try and fill the void left by a host of outgoing premiership stars, as they chase an eighth straight ADCA premiership
The 129th Katanning Agricultural Show was a record-breaker, with more than 10,000 people converging on the Great Southern town to enjoy WA’s biggest regional show since COVID-19 restrictions.
Mt Barker’s bid to win their maiden ADCA A-grade premiership will be significantly boosted by the off-season recruitment of star Nathan Crudeli, seamer Mitch Smith, and the returning Jarrad Gardner.
In one of the most intriguing seasons on record, five clubs will do battle for the coveted Albany and Districts Cricket Association A-grade premiership.
Nelson Gilmour says he has “nothing to lose” in his fight for change as the Greens WA candidate for Albany ahead of the State Election and will take bold action to bring “more integrity” to politics.
A six-month trial for a controversial six-day-a-week marketplace on York Street will go ahead, after a heated debate at the City of Albany council meeting on Tuesday.
Katanning’s Shai Bolton starred in Richmond’s brilliant grand final victory as they claimed back-to-back AFL premierships
The City of Albany will aim to transition its assets to 100 per cent renewable energy by 2030, after council unanimously voted to adopt a climate change action declaration.
Fuzzy little penguin Peppa is in good hands after being rescued from rough surf last week, an ordeal which has offered a timely reminder to keep an eye out for baby penguins on Albany beaches.
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An Aveley fast food boss has been accused of raping and assaulting his teenage co-worker more than 70 times — most of which allegedly occurred on the same day — at the outlet where they worked.
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The police constable who fatally shot an Aboriginal woman in Geraldton last year is the first WA officer to be charged with murder in the line of duty in almost a century.
Nearly one year since the 2015 fires inquest was handed down, the Shire of Esperance is questioning what steps have been actioned ahead of what is expected to be another warm, dry summer season.
The proposed banned drinkers’ register trial for the Kimberley has been delayed due to its ‘excessive cost’.
Seventy-five Year 1 and 2 students took part in the excursion to Esperance Bay for the annual Tangaroa Blue West Australia Beach Clean-up on October 14.
The neighbour involved in the Chapman Valley dog death case says staffy put down by rangers had twice attacked her pet kelpie.
In June 2018, the mother of three took a sledgehammer to her now former partner’s Toyota Prado after a verbal argument with his mother.
Hakea Prison guards have told the trial of five men accused of mercilessly beating a fellow inmate to death that they didn’t recognise victim Alf Eades because his injuries were so severe.
Western Australia head into tomorrow’s Sheffield Shield clash against Tasmania without vice-captain Ashton Turner after he was dropped following a lean start to the season.
Cold case detectives are hoping to obtain new leads in the suspected murder of schoolgirl Lisa Mott, who vanished from the town exactly 40 years ago tomorrow.
A new round of hearings by WA’s corruption watchdog will examine whether disgraced public servant Paul Whyte stole ‘several millions of dollars’ as part of a former Department of Housing project.
A Perth IT company boss convicted of hacking into a telecommunications provider has cost its clients a massive amount of money.
Parliament — and the public — should be more regularly updated on the cost, time and status of ‘projects valued at over $100 million or of high public interest’, according to WA’s Auditor-General.
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