Under the plans the City will focus on “five key pillars of community importance” — people, planet, place, prosperity, and leadership.
Volunteer firefighters past and present celebrated 60 years of service to their Mt Barker community on Saturday with a procession through the heart of town.
Twenty-five years and more than four million visitors after its launch, the Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk continues to achieve its aim of immersing visitors in nature while protecting the forest.
Southern Peaks returns to Albany from this Friday to Sunday after the event was cancelled last year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
International shanty acts will also lend their pipes with performances streamed to venues across the weekend.
A WA political scientist has weighed in on the McGowan Government’s one vote, one value overhaul as rival MPs continue to trade barbs and local government leaders voice their fears about the reforms.
Albany’s Youth Challenge Park will be pumping on Friday, with a range of workshops for riders and skaters to officially launch the new youth hub.
The Shantymen’s campaign to be part of the day’s entertainment has reaped results, with the group set to welcome punters to the stadium by performing for crowds outside the gates.
Bethel Christian School marked a milestone last week, with past and present students coming together to celebrate 40 years of history.
Shadow treasurer Steve Thomas has urged the WA Government to splash some of its $5.6 billion surplus on a new destination marketing initiative after the collapse of Amazing South Coast Tourism.
The Mt Barker Volunteer Fire and Rescue Service will mark a milestone this weekend celebrating 60 years of service, bringing together past and present members for a day of celebration.
Marking World Suicide Prevention Day, the From Darkness to Light vigil aimed to share stories of hope, embrace those affected by suicide and encourage people to talk.
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