East Perth draft hopeful Kade Dittmar models his game on Elliot Yeo. And it shows.
Australia’s arts industry is calling for help as it finds itself reeling from continuous COVID hits.
Hope for stranded commuters is coming as the Shire of Augusta-Margaret River mulls a request by developers to expand the proposed supermarket site at Rapids Landing.
Local mental health and social work professionals have urged community members to step up and show support to each other in the wake of another high-profile suicide.
Fundraising efforts are under way to help the family of respected high school teacher Craig Healy in the wake of his death last week.
The progress of the Ord Valley agricultural sector was the centre of celebrations at the weekend as Kununurra’s Frank Wise Institute of Tropical Agriculture marked its 75th anniversary.
As families reel from the shocking brawl on Stirling Terrace earlier this month, Noongar leaders young and old are appealing for unity and action to stamp out violence in our community.
Works on the Shire of Plantagenet’s Tower Hill tourism project are progressing through the first stages with the walk trail expected to be complete by spring.
Albany pharmacies will be part of the COVID-19 vaccine rollout after the Federal Government opened the gates to eligible pharmacies across the country.
Sharp ears may have heard some sharpshooting last weekend as a local reserve infantry battalion held their range practice to prepare for their required qualification shoot.
Albany bands will come together this weekend for a fundraising concert for Albany Community Hospice in honour of late Albany musician Dave Morrison.
The WA policeman who was the first serving officer to be charged with murder in almost 100 years after he fatally shot an Aboriginal woman outside her home is ready to stand trial later this year.
City of Bunbury property owners should prepare for a $40 increase to their charges after the council this week adopted its budget for the next financial year.
Collie-Preston MLA Jodie Hanns has thrown her support behind a South West community group in its fight to decrease the speed limit on a notorious stretch of Bussell Highway.
Collie has found itself at the centre of a scientific discovery, after university graduates developed a new concrete material with waste generated from coal burnt at the town’s power stations.
Fourteen people have been charged as part of a police crackdown on the transportation of illegal drugs and firearms into the East Kimberley.
Collie’s new medicinal cannabis facility turns its first sod to celebrate the start of the projected 12-month construction period.
“The idea behind this theme was to raise morale and resilience in the face of one of the biggest challenges the world has ever faced”
After a fierce contest, Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault Lions and Bunbury Bulldogs have found themselves playing out a draw for the second time this season, this time 39-39.
“It felt good to end the curse. All the lads that played their part — from the lads in the semifinal to the lads who made it into the final squad — made a little bit of Celtic history”
A Margaret River man has been barred from making any contact with the children that were in his care, after being jailed for engaging in sexual conduct with them.
The plans exclude the area bounded by Throssell, Forrest, Lionel and Hay streets near Kalgoorlie’s CBD to allow another 60 days of consultation with the City’s planners and affected residents
The State Government has dismissed a proposal to install video cameras in vehicles used for driving assessments in Bunbury in response to the city’s dismal success rate among learner drivers.
The pending departure of the club’s most prominent figures casts further doubt over the Eagles’ future in the GFL beyond this season ahead of tonight’s general committee meeting
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