A Vietnam War veteran, Peter Aspinall became the first regionally-based RSLWA State president when he was elected to the position in 2016.
Four clinics will be held on Saturday to train and improve the skills of the Great Southern’s female footballers presented by Claremont Football Club.
Jen McRae describes herself as a survivor of a “terrible time in history for women” known as the forced adoption era.
Friends Sally Bishop, Meghan McNally and Kat Tweddle have fine-tuned a trio that aims to bring back the delights of swing dancing
Albany Men’s Shed recently donated a handmade wooden picnic table to the centre, marking the start of a new partnership between two community organisations.
Work on the $13.1 million facility started in May with the service scheduled to be operational in the second half of next year.
For anyone out there who has a passion for making their home light up with Christmas joy, this is your time to shine.
As thousands of families get into the festive spirit across our city, the Advertiser team is gearing up for a Christmas lights judging marathon to determine the best of the best.
York Street and Stirling Terrace are the heart of our city, but they are also obvious hotspots for antisocial behaviour, whether it is vandalism or worse.
Two men have been killed in separate crashes in WA’s Great Southern region this week.
The Youth Educating Peers project brought its educational workshops for young people aged 12-25 and workers in the local youth sector this week to spread the message about WA’s syphilis outbreak.
A ship’s medic was denied access to forms filled out by divers that indicated they had brain injuries during a record-breaking commercial dive off the north coast of WA.
A deep dive into CBH Group’s flagged freight rates has revealed the cost of delivering grain to some sites has increased 71 per cent. Here’s how much each bin will cost to deliver to this harvest.
Education Minister Alan Tudge has stood aside while an investigation is conducted into allegations by his former partner and staff member that he was ‘abusive’ during their affair.
PENNY THOMAS discovers a smorgasbord of gift ideas in Margaret River
Sgt Hallsworth said he still strongly opposed bail, labelling the man a “risk to the community”.
Tegan Guthrie & Amber Lilley
Newly-minted Kimberley Regional Group chair David Menzel has urged housing and childcare issues be addressed amid an across-the-board uptick in the region’s population.
Karratha business leaders have backed a $185 million State Government plan to lure international students and visitors to Western Australia.
An emotional Mr Hao said he could never thank the group enough for their actions on that day.
“I’ve been doing blocks of two weeks, with quite a bit of intensity and a lot of volume.”
City of Greater Geraldton Mayor Shane Van Styn says he has a new understanding of the experiences of people with mobility issues after he spent time being pushed around town in a wheelchair.
The former boss of the Government’s gender equality agency has ruled herself out of Liberal pre-selection for Christian Porter’s seat of Pearce.
The union boss for FIFO workers has taken aim at the Morrison Government for ‘having one rule for themselves and another for everyone else’ after a report exposed the drinking culture inside Federal Parliament.
As a woman in what was very much claimed as a man’s domain, Shirley Morris-Knowles was often fighting fires on more fronts than the flames in front of her.
A mass haul of buried guns and explosives suspected of belonging to the WA Comanchero gang was found in Perth during the international AN0M sting that snared hundreds of drug dealers and bikies.
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