“He’s a good kid, works pretty hard and he’s always trying to do the right thing by the team.”
After fresh inflation data showed price pressures cooling faster than expected, the share market finished in the green on Thursday.
The Shire of Harvey has rejected a move by Cr Craig Carbone to abolish welcome to country and acknowledgement of country from council meetings and events, but the council’s policy will be reviewed.
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A former Bunbury Prison officer has taken her fight against the Department of Justice to the Federal Court over claims of sexual harassment, sexual discrimination and disability discrimination by fellow staff.
After concerns were raised by ripped-off passengers and other taxi drivers, the Department of Transport is looking into claims of a taxi scam in Bunbury.
The father of a teenager killed in a crash in Leeman has spoken of his devastation at losing his fun-loving, caring and hard-working son just weeks from celebrating his 18th birthday.
Plans to redevelop the Albany Surf Life Saving Club were given an $500,000 boost from the State Government this week, leading to the council endorsing a preferred tenderer for the project on Tuesday.
Hundreds turned out for Albany’s inaugural Diwali festival on Saturday as the town square was turned into a sea of bright colours, flavoursome smells and joyful music.
A decade-long dedication to growing her quirky Albany restaurant has resulted in Amy Hamilton being named the WA Good Food Guide’s regional chef of the year last week.
From the annual Christmas pageant and festival to Christmas markets, here’s your guide to the week ahead in the Great Southern.
A push to remove the ‘tax on misery’ has been reignited to combat the rising cost of insurance in vulnerable communities.
Police are pushing for an AVO against a Sri Lankan cricket star, despite a court clearing him of sexually assaulting a woman before he left the country.
Premier Roger Cook is open to lowering the speed limit on an infamous stretch of road near Leeman after a beloved teen footy player was killed.
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More than 10,000 text messages between the Olympic boxer and his ex-girlfriend will be examined in relation to the woman’s stalk and intimidate charge.
A power struggle is underway for control of an influential East Kimberley native title organisation that controls millions of dollars in benefits for Traditional Owners.
The City of Rockingham is encouraging residents to provide feedback on plans to relocate public open space in Secret Harbour.
The constable and son of the former deputy PM is accused of assaulting a woman during a Christmas celebration.
Kodja Place marked a successful Christmas twilight market last week with more than 1000 people appearing at the event to revel in the festive spirit.
One state could greatly increase affordable homes for essential workers who risk being forced out of the city due to rising rents, new modelling suggests.
In welcome news for borrowers, price pressures eased in October ahead of the Reserve Bank’s final rates call for 2023.
A group of the most prominent regional doctors have pleaded with health authorities to stop allowing elective births at Margaret River Hospital.
Police have shared a major update months after Clare Nowland, 95, was tasered by police in an aged care home, causing injuries that allegedly led to her death.
The friends were driving along a dirt track when the tree came flying through the windscreen, narrowly missing one of their heads.
Labor has not changed its position on stage three tax cuts, despite a growing push from inside the party room to do more for cost of living.
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