There was surf, smiles and just enough sun at Middleton Beach when about 90 people took to the water for the Disabled Surfers Association Great Southern’s first event of the year.
Albany and Districts Cricket Association will chase a 16th Boan Cup tomorrow after progressing to this year’s A-section final at senior country week
Premier Mark McGowan was among a crowd of supporters who converged on Albany Entertainment Centre to roast and toast retiring MP Peter Watson as his 20-year political career draws to a close.
Albany’s heart will turn all the colours of the rainbow next month when Albany Pride delivers one of the biggest regional Pride event line-ups in Australia.
Albany’s historic Menang Noongar dual-naming project will receive $108,000 from the Nationals WA if they form government at the March State election.
Deregulating Albany trading hours and scrapping payroll tax for all local businesses will be on the agenda if Liberal Democrats WA candidate Mal Dodson is voted in at the March State election.
Jungle, which is based on a true story, is the most intense and stressful film I have watched in recent months.
Albany artist Cynthia Orr was on the brink of giving up her passion for painting after her last exhibition about three years ago.
The South West Printmakers are a bunch of diverse artists brought together by a passion for printmaking, with their latest exhibition still on show in Albany.
A permanent seaside sculpture exhibition is among three tourism projects at Middleton Beach and Mt Clarence to share in $1.8million from the WA Liberals if they are elected on March 13.
Albany artist Pia Sweeting and Fremantle writer Alan Hancock will join forces this weekend to bring a one-day creative workshop to the region.
Community arts is important, and even more so in regional towns as it is a chance to showcase the wealth of talented and creative people we have to tourists and the rest of the State.
A 43-year-old Albany man terrorised his ex-partner by calling her 160 times in less than 24 hours while on a violence restraining order.
If you ask Trevor Prout why he has volunteered as an ambulance officer for 45 years, you will get a simple answer.
The Shire of Wagin has made a small change and a big difference for its estimated 70 residents on gophers.
Taking part in the World’s Greatest Shave has special significance for Wagin cousins Londa Finlayson and Evelyn Iles, who lost their aunt to bowel cancer in January 2018.
After the town’s graduating class received its final marks, one of Narrogin’s top ATAR students, Lucy Palumbo, sat down with the Observer to reflect on the challenging year that was.
A group of Great Southern cricketers will play for the Southern Scorpions at the first-ever women’s country week to be held in Geraldton, starting on Saturday
Division 2 skipper Stephen Lee at the helm of Flasheart, had his hands full when challenged by Stephen Brown’s Mary Maitland during last Saturday’s harbour course race
Albany City Kart Club raced back into action with drivers lapping up ideal conditions for the first meeting of 2021 on Sunday.
More than 30,000 clay targets will be shot over the next three days at the Albany Clay Target Club in one of the State’s major events.
South East Coastal have claimed the Southern Zone Inter League Men’s Round Robin tournament in thrilling fashion
Capacity fields to contest 2021 Wittenoom Cup and Brenda Wittenoom Open at the Albany Golf Club
Albany’s Danica Wiggins will take a big step in her cycling career when she competes in Australia’s largest cycling race that starts in Adelaide today.
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