Manypeaks young gun Charlie Walters capped off a terrific 2019-2020 Albany and Districts Cricket Association by taking home the prestigious Joe Menegola Award.
The Albany Basketball Association wrapped up its season with premierships awarded and Allstars named after their finals were cancelled due to the rising COVID-19 crisis.
Denmark-Walpole footballer Parris Laurie capped off a stand-out season, in what was a difficult first year for the West Coast Eagles, by being named in the Women’s AFL team of the year.
Division 2 skipper Geoff Oliver produced an outstanding display of power sailing aboard his Bull design Excitabull in last Saturday’s King George Sound event.
Albany nightclub owner Jason Pages says the hospitality industry must stick together through the “dark days” ahead.
The director of an Albany accounting firm has called for calm and compassion, with the city and its businesses in uncharted waters.
Walpole is attempting to close itself off to visitors before the usually busy Easter holiday period.
The Advertiser understands the first confirmed case of COVID-19 in the region — announced on Tuesday — involved an Albany woman who was a passenger on the infamous Ruby Princess cruise ship.
The City of Albany council has voted unanimously to help relieve pressure on local families and businesses facing the financial devastation of the COVID-19 crisis.
Albany residents are being urged to roll up their sleeves and give blood, with the number of donors dropping around the country amid the COVID-19 crisis.
A 37-year-old man has been charged with dangerous driving causing grievous bodily harm after allegedly crashing his car during a police pursuit.
“Keep calm” — it is a phrase made famous by a British World War II poster and one that has rarely been more relevant than right now.
We have been made more than aware of the measures needed to protect our physical health during the COVID-19 pandemic — most importantly, hygiene and distance — but what about our mental health?
A group of Great Southern men and women have returned from the Active Farmers Games where they were the first team to represent WA in the annual competition.
A push to immediately ban dogs from an Emu Point beach was denied at this week’s City of Albany council meeting with councillors voting to explore four strategies to manage the dog exercise area.
The doors of Albany’s churches might have been forced shut this week but local religious leaders have pledged to keep bells chiming as they take mass online.
Albany Boardriders were forced to cancel their 2020 Junior Wavefest yesterday because of the ongoing spread of COVID-19
An Albany mother says the hoarding of asthma medication has put her son’s life at risk as she faces a weeks-long wait for inhalers.
Mt Barker police have charged a man who allegedly assaulted nursing staff and caused damage during a violent outburst at a hospital.
Olympic silver medallist Sonja Johnson has welcomed a decision to postpone the Tokyo Olympics
After more than five years in the wilderness, jockey Yannick Valenti will make his return to race riding at Albany’s Percy Spencer Racecourse on Friday.
Albany and the Lower Great Southern Hockey Association will not host the national country championships set down for August
Manypeaks under-17 players have refused to accept premiership medals from their cancelled 2019-20 Albany and Districts Cricket Association grand final.
The cancellation of Regional Express flights has left many fly-in, fly-out workers and their families scrambling to find the best way to get to work.
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