In a rating proposal report published on Wednesday, the Shire said the average 7.9 per cent increase was needed to deliver ‘essential services and projects to our community’.
The Storm have been forced to make several changes from their winning side at the Great Southern Colts Carnival last month, including the loss of Great Southern 20 member Saxon Henrickson.
Former AFL talents, WAFL stalwarts and a Sandover Medallist are about to hit the city for the first Country Championships since 2019. Here are 10 players to watch when the champs return this weekend.
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Lareena May Woods pleaded guilty to reckless driving and failing to stop in Albany Magistrates Court on Thursday.
Michael Murray Hopkinson was sentenced for possessing methylamphetamine with intent to sell and supply and possession of unlawfully obtained property in Albany District Court last Monday.
WA is the first State or Territory to ban thick plastic bags and unlidded containers under changes to be enforced from July 1.
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Retaining and attracting families is the key focus of the Shire of Plantagenet’s new strategic community plan released last week.
Denmark Environment Centre convenor Bart Lebbing said he was opposed to a trails network being developed in a “biodiversity hotpot”.
The Bulls opened up a sizeable advantage in the first half and withstood a strong final quarter fightback from the Sharks to emerge 45-point winners in NAIDOC Round at Sounness Park.
Tambellup’s Penny Squibb was one of 12 players making their World Cup debut in the fixture and the young Hockeyroos had to absorb plenty of early pressure and a host of penalty corners from Japan.
The Kangas produced a spirited performance, led by a six-goal haul from Graham Ross, in the special NAIDOC round fixture in the Great Southern Football League.
The Tigers took a half to shake off a persistent and improving Magpies outfit, kicking nine third-quarter goals to put the game out of reach.
Families gathered at the Albany Boatshed in fine weather to watch the regatta from 2pm.
The national minimum wage applies to employees not covered by an award or registered agreement, which includes up to 2.8 million workers.
The Bulldogs were relentless after half time as they kicked 11 goals and conceded just three on their way to an eighth straight victory in the 2022 competition.
Jordan Clark dazzled in the contest to finish with 29 disposals, nine intercepts, seven inside-50s, 418m gained and two score-involvements.
Davestock is returning on July 30, with a line-up of local bands this year able to play for a full capacity crowd at Retravision Stadium.
The cap has been introduced as a result of a 2017 parliamentary inquiry into regional airfares.
Locals have been urged to take part in the extended free flu vaccination program.
Albany men’s homeless shelter now able to provide greater levels of comfort, security and privacy following expansion.
Wrap of all the action from round nine of the Great Southern Football League
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All four of those men were using meth when they committed their crimes and all four of them are now in prison.
To have three teams sharing identical records at this stage of the season shows that this year has been one of the closest in recent memory — and it hasn’t finished just yet.
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