Emergency responders and community members from the Wheatbelt and Great Southern have been invited to a special road trauma support session to be held in Williams
Cranbrook police say more than 200 rounds were shot from various firearms, causing “senseless” damage to road signs, on the edge of the Stirling Range National Park last month
Tambellup hockey star Penny Squibb says she will fulfil a childhood dream when she plays for Australia at this year’s Tokyo Olympics
Upper Great Southern and Ongerup competed at the annual 2021 Great Southern Colts Carnival in Kulin last weekend
A western derby rivalry will be reignited on Saturday when Matt Priddis and Hayden Ballantyne square off in the Wheatbelt to raise awareness around mental health
Katanning Netball Association had a vibrant feel last weekend, with everyone excited about the return to action after a fortnight off.
The Katanning Community Childcare Centre is calling for the community to have their say on the proposed transition of management from volunteers to the Regional Early Education and Development.
Prominent Cranbrook community members have had their portraits painted by students from Cranbrook Primary School to be put on display at a new art exhibition in the town.
There is “potential for a record crop” after a near perfect start to the season for WA grain growers, according to the Grain Industry Association of WA’s June crop report.
The flushing gates designed to improve the water quality at Lake Ewlyamartup close for the Great Southern winter season.
Outgoing Shire of Cranbrook Chief Executive Officer Greg Blycha has made the tough decision to return to Perth to be with his family less than one year after his appointment.
Tambellup’s Penny Squibb will make her Olympic Games debut this year after being selected in the Hockeyroos team for the 2021 Tokyo Olympics
Katanning Landcare volunteer Bev Lockley has been awarded the 2021 Great Southern Development Commission Medal for her work preserving Katanning’s natural environment.
The brightest young Indigenous stars lit up Katanning Leisure Centre last week at the annual Clontarf basketball carnival.
Great Southern environmentalist Bev Lockley has spent the last 20 years of her life living off grid to dedicate her time to volunteering to help better Katanning’s surroundings.
A Katanning primary school has revealed an all-new monkey bar playground for their students.
The Royal Flying Doctor Service and RAC rescue helicopter were called out to separate crashes in Bremer Bay over the long weekend
Tambellup Police have revealed a decrease in the number of burglaries and damage offences in the Shire largely thanks to the community taking security awareness advice on board.
Katanning residents were able to get their COVID jab last week as part of the WA Department of Health’s regional rollout of the Pfizer and AstraZeneca vaccines.
Reigning premiers Williams handed Katanning their first loss of the 2021 Upper Great Southern Football League season on Sunday
An 15-and-under Katanning Netball Association team have tasted success at the Fuel to Go and Play Association Championships in Perth at the weekend.
Tambellup’s own Richard Goyder has shown that anything is possible for those in the Great Southern by being named as this years Western Australian of the Year.
Tom Shanahan, John Flint & Kate Emery
Two former AFL greats will face-off this month in one of the most anticipated WA Country Football League matches of 2021 — all under the umbrella of regional men’s health
Experienced regional police officer Sergeant Simon Bickers is relishing the challenge of being the new top cop in Wagin
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