Escalating insurance costs amid public liability concerns have led to Albany Indoor Adventures closing its doors, with owners of the popular play centre telling the community it may remain permanently closed
The annual Christmas in Narrogin late-night shopping street party is set to be a big one this year with more events and more fun promised than ever before.
Bremer Bay Resort garnered recognition as one of the top venues in the State after receiving five nominations at the Hospitality Awards for Excellence held at Crown Perth earlier this month.
Ahead of the release of fresh inflation data, which is expected to show prices eased in October, the Aussie share market rallied on Tuesday.
Two men who were allegedly egging passing cars on a main road in Spencer Park on Friday, have been chased by a group of men and one seriously assaulted as a result.
Katanning celebrated Christmas with the local St John WA volunteers on Saturday evening to bring the festive cheer to the town’s first responders.
The Wheatbelt South has celebrated the district’s biggest night of the year with about 1000 people gathering in Highbury for the Perth Symphony Orchestra Narrogin Hay Bales Concert.
Residents in three Great Southern shires have been encouraged to showcase their Christmas lights creativity ahead of the festive season.
After enduring years of physical and emotional abuse, a Great Southern woman finally called the police on her abusive former husband when he threatened to kill her and their children.
With a population of about 1000, the small Wheatbelt town of Pingelly has has capped off a big year by being named the 2023 WA Tidy Towns Award winner.
People wanting to help families whose homes were destroyed by bushfire are being warned their money could be snatched up by scammers.
New RBA governor Michele Bullock has made a frank admission, conceding borrowers are displeased with the central bank after its punishing rate hikes.
Disgraced soldier Ben Roberts-Smith has been dealt another blow as a judge found he should have accepted offers to settle his defamation case.
A fitness influencer has fallen victim to swooping season, capturing the moment a magpie targeted her eye, leaving her traumatised.
The constable and son of the former deputy PM will face court on allegations of assault on a popular Sydney street.
The bridge over Mangosteen Drain on Forestry Road in Uduc reopened to traffic on Monday as work continues underneath for another three to four weeks.
Sean Van Der Wielen
Investigators are close to finding the culprit and the local mayor wants them prosecuted to the “full extent” of the law.
A property expert has explained why so many shopfronts are empty despite being nestled in one of Australia’s most iconic shopping precincts.
Bunbury’s Diwali event again lit up the stage with plenty of dancing, lights and food giving attendees plenty to enjoy.
Shoppers held off on purchases in October ahead of the much anticipated Black Friday sales, fresh retail spending data has confirmed.
The Aussie dollar has spiked to a three-month high overnight, as Australia and the US eye off different paths for rate changes.
The Shire of Waroona has pulled its deposits from the National Australia Bank as a result of the town’s branch closure, with investigations under way on the potential for Bendigo Bank to make its return.
The Shire of Harvey is now set to debate only whether to consider abolishing welcome and acknowledgment of country after a change by Cr Craig Carbone.
An urgent warning has been released about contaminated saline products after a man died in hospital and 44 other patients are thought to be infected.
Jordan McCarthy and Aisling Brennan
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