We know illicit drug use is one of the major drivers of crime. But at the root of that crime is a mental health issue.
For the past seven years, Penni Harris has been rewriting her story — one of hope she is now ready to tell.
Department of Education regional director has come out in full support of Katanning Senior High School principal Carolyn Cook following stinging critique of her leadership from the shire president.
A South West meth addict bit his girlfriend on the face, slapped and choked her in public because he was angry at how long it took her to get ready for a night out. WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT
The Donnybrook Dons have been docked four premiership points after it was found the South West Football League side had fielded an ineligible player.
A coronial investigation into the death of a Kimberley man, who suffered internal bleeding as a result of a “misadventure” during surgery, has slammed policy and procedure at Broome Hospital.
Opening of windows exhibition at Katanning Art Gallery has gifted a platform for amateur Great Southern artists to display their finest works.
Albany’s COVID-19 vaccine rollout is back in full swing with the over 50s cohort lining up for the jab despite AstraZeneca scepticism, according to Pioneer Health’s Dr James Turner.
Narrogin is gearing up for a National Simultaneous Storytime of galactic proportions with activities, dress-ups and a live reading from the International Space Station.
Toddlers were running and jumping with joy at the City of Albany’s All 4 Toddlers gym session on Friday.
The Albany Youth Support Association has officially opened their new headquarters to help Albany youth in crisis.
It has been a “brilliant start” to the season for WA croppers, according to the Grain Industry Association of WA May crop report.
When the girl refused to stop the tirade of abuse, police tried to restrain the girl, who spat in the officers’ direction in response
A group of Albany swimmers will plunge into the pool this Saturday to honour the memory of their friend Penny Moir and raise money for those suffering from neurological conditions.
Seven Norths players hit the scoreboard — Chris Souchon (two goals), Matt Souchon, Peter Cottle, Michael Scruth, Daniel Lavery, Sam Woods and Harry Howstan.
The SOP hopeful said the scale and grade of the resource highlighted the possibility of a “multi-decade” project with the potential to grow further.
“People wait too long to retire, so we’re checking out beforehand.”
Bunbury MLA Don Punch has slammed a council in his electorate for “wasting time” debating removing a basketball court after a disgruntled neighbour complained the sound of bouncing was “too noisy”.
A popular ice cream shop with stores in Boyanup and the Bunbury CBD have jumped on board to help out the Salvation Army’s 2021 Red Shield Appeal.
After politicians went on the attack against farmers over a devastating mouse plague problem, there was a stunning backflip this morning.
Harvey Bulls coach Alan Douglas believes the Bulls are starting to gel and unite as a team following two promising performances against stiff competition.
Bunbury history enthusiasts are hoping to collect stories of local servicemen memorialised on a 100-year-old stained glass window in an effort to put faces to the names.
A controversial idea to explore changing the name of the Shire of Capel, that was strongly opposed by community members, has been put to bed after the council decided to take no further action.
The WA Netball League is finally starting but the ECU Souwest Jets have a tough challenge ahead.
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