Manypeaks footballer Declan Mountford along with dual WAFL premiership player Ian Richardson and close friend Liam Gribbon have successfully completed their gruelling 413km Ride for Relief
Wednesday and Thursday’s auctions at the Bibra Lake-based Western Wool Centre were cancelled in the wake of a cyber-attack on the Australian Wool Exchange’s software supplier Talman.
Former Australian Hockeyroos captain and three-time Olympic gold medallist Rechelle Hawkes returned to Albany last week to share her experience as a professional athlete.
Warriors remain undefeated in the Albany and Districts Cricket Association under-14s competition
After being caught up in the Federal Government’s “sports rorts” scandal, Boxwood Hill Combined Sports Club has been given a State Government cash injection to help upgrade its changerooms.
The Cranbrook community has been shaken by the discovery of a fishing line trap strung across a footpath near the primary school last week.
Up to 10 aspiring indigenous shearers will be brought to Wellstead to learn the trade in a State Government initiative
With nine areas now declared water-deficient in the south of WA, farmers living as close to the coast as Narrikup have provided a grim picture of a drought-plagued region.
Albany’s deputy mayor Greg Stocks was endorsed last Saturday night to run No.2 on the Liberal Party’s Upper House ticket for the South West Region ahead of next year’s State election.
“The WA Government is the worst State in the country for supporting drought-affected communities.”
Albany’s most prominent brewery has raised concerns about the State Government’s Cans for Change container deposit scheme.
Michael Tugwell has broken ranks with the Albany RSL sub-branch to take aim at the City of Albany council over funding for Albany’s Anzac Day commemorations.
A 21-year-old maximum-security prisoner who was “the match that lit the fuse” of a two-hour riot at the Albany Regional Prison has been jailed for more than three years.
Harrismith have strengthened their chances of playing finals in the Upper Great Southern Cricket Association, defeating fourth-placed Towns and moving level with them on points.
Newly crowned modified sedan State champion Brandon Fraser produced a dominant display at Narrogin Speedway Club on Saturday night.
With mitigation burning high on the agenda countrywide, a variety of guest speakers were invited to Denmark to discuss challenges and dangers facing the region.
A seven race card was held at Narrogin Racing Club last Friday.
Narrogin Junior Basketball Association tasted success at the Basketball WA Country Championships, winning the under-16 girls division three title in Perth.
“It will make another strong contribution to realising the McGowan Government’s vision of permanent Aboriginal-focused shearing training hubs in regional WA.”
The Great Southern Cricket Association final four is now set after round 12 action was washed out last Saturday.
The Borden X Cup will return for a third year, with up to 250 competitors set to descend on the small country town to compete in the exciting shortened format of football and netball
A strong field of 70 competitors took part in the Katanning Tennis Club open doubles tournament on Saturday
Narrogin Junior Basketball Association emerged victorious in the under-13 boys division 3 title during week two of the BWA Country Championships
More state selections for Albany’s brightest hockey talent Tallulah Gouldthorp.
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