Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have reportedly moved into a sprawling home in one of California’s A-list residential communities boasting a pool, theatre and even an arcade.
Stephen Drill, David Aidone, Nadia Salemme, Nathan Vass and Tiffany Bakker
Ex-AFL stars were out in force in the State’s country and amateur leagues at the weekend, with several having a massive impact. One wasn’t so lucky though, sustaining a season-ending injury.
WA grain king John Nicoletti went on a $30 million farm buying spree in 2019, despite making plans the prior year to retire from farming.
The Advertiser spoke to Aussie Sheds Albany customers across the country who said communication with Mr Javellana broke down once large deposits had been paid.
A 17-year-old boy in State care has been remanded in custody after being charged with indecently assaulting six women in Kalgoorlie over a two-hour period this week.
Dardanup Shire Council has adopted its four-year 2020-21 corporate business plan and budget with a zero per cent rates increase.
An investor activist group has called for a vote on the Big Australian placing a moratorium on mining activities at cultural heritage sites until laws that protect them are strengthened.
A well-loved Donnybrook park that has played host to generations of children’s birthday parties is being relocated to make way for housing.
Recherche Medical Centre has been conducting symptomatic testing for COVID-19 in Esperance since June after receiving permission from the Chief Public Health Officer.
Two prominent West Australian farmers will make up Grains Australia’s new five-strong board.
Evolution boss Jake Klein says the global environment is still primed for the precious metal to go even higher as his company reports record profit off the back of this year’s price rally.
Glen Huon Primary School students have been given the opportunity to learn about the cultural importance of water from Noongar artist Tahlia Bennell.
As wildflower season begins, enthusiasts are being urged to “take nothing but pictures and leave nothing but footprints” as they venture out to take a look at some of the South West’s stunning flora.
Tourism WA is asking West Australians to contribute to its vision for the future, through a series of workshops allowing tourism operators to share their experiences.
Dramatic vision has emerged of the moment an ill sailor was winched from a ship sitting off the Augusta coast.
A lack of volunteers to help run the cafe and museum forced the Collie Railway Station to close its doors at the weekend.
Residents concerned over the logging of native forests are urged to attend a rally in Margaret River next weekend.
When Leon and Anne-Maree Jones decided to renovate their home on Charley Creek Road in Donnybrook, they could not have imagined they would stumble upon a hidden message from the past.
The WA Education Department has defended a $6.27 million price tag to develop a new sporting oval at Margaret River Senior High School.
Traders will be updated on plans to tackle stage three of Margaret River’s main street redevelopment, but the full effort is still on track to finish in time for Christmas.
Margaret River wines and their producers have again come into the spotlight with the release of the latest James Halliday companion guide.
A fresh report into the economic damage caused by COVID-19 has highlighted the Augusta-Margaret River shire as one of the top five worst-affected areas in WA.
Improved connectivity across the town and surrounding farms is set to follow an usual sight a few lucky locals witnessed on a Sunday afternoon earlier this month.
Elise Van Aken
It is with a heavy heart that the Kimberley Vet Centre must say goodbye to vetinarian Cassie Monoharan.
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