Wrap of the day two action from senior country week as the Albany and Districts first XI make it two wins in a row.
Results from the opening day of senior country week as the Albany and Districts first XI start with a big win.
Police officers dressed in protective equipment arrested the man, who was holidaying in the Great Southern town, at Prawn Rock Channel.
Surfers with disability will hit the waves on January 15, for the first of four monthly Let’s Go Surfing Days followed by February 19, March 12 and April 2.
A life-changing school in Kenya made possible by generous Albany residents is continuing to expand and improve education resources for underprivileged children.
Albany’s Walk For Awareness, set for this weekend, has been cancelled
Ten Mt Barker kids were the first to be vaccinated at Plantagenet Medical on Monday, when the COVID-19 vaccination was made available to children under 12 for the first time.
As of January 4, patrons entering “high risk” venues in Perth and Peel must show they have been double-vaccinated against COVID-19 to enter.
GoldMX 1611AM and 88FlyFM have received a lifeline from former announcer Samele Haell after the Great Southern Weekender wound down its operations on December 30 after 28 years.
The keen photographer has just been made the Three Anchors gallery feature artist for the month of January.
A Summer Song has been on display for the past two weeks showcasing a diverse range of talent and artforms across Albany.
Belfield won two of three heat races and finished second in the other before producing a stellar drive in the feature at Mt Barker speedway.
Josh Hughes’ huge grin told it all after the event as he and his experienced crew were all very elated with Joker’s mighty win
Albany will be out to win their 16th Boan Cup after naming a strong squad ahead of their opening game against Eastern Goldfields on Sunday.
SES volunteers in the Great Southern region have experienced a staggering number of call-outs so far this year, with most of them being major search and rescue operations.
The 18-year-old relocated to WA after trainer-driver Aiden De Campo gave her an opportunity to move from New Zealand and it is already paying dividends.
Veteran Graham Budd, 84, was there in action and has hit the water in all 54 tournaments since it started, while competitors under the age of 10 also made their presence felt.
Players from Albany, Denmark, Lake Grace, Merredin, Perth, Katanning, Tenterden and Kendenup to compete in Albany Open at Emu Point Tennis Club.
Their old wooden bat attracted attention from across the nation after it was put up in 2015 but was taken down in October last year because of wear and tear.
A stewards’ report confirmed the meeting was abandoned because of unsafe track conditions.
The Upper Great Southern Cricket Association has two sides competing at the week-long competition in Perth.
Uppers will field a very strong side in A-section of the as they look to make amends for last year’s semifinal exit against Albany and Districts.
Great Southern will field a B-section side and their second XI will compete in E-section at the week-long tournament in Perth.
It was a positive start for GSCA as they finished 41-run winners over Eastern Goldfields Junior Cricket Association at Gwynne Park on Monday.
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