Albany's iconic grains silos at Princess Royal Harbour now tell the story of a mythical seadragon which curls around the four soaring structures, adding to Western Australia's Public Silo Trail.
Regional Development Minister Alannah MacTiernan officially opened the new outdoor art gallery today, which also includes murals on 10 transformer boxes AlbanyArts & Culture Read More
Construction has commenced on the Centennial Park Sporting and Event Precinct - a development designed to grow membership in local sports clubs and attract major sporting events to Albany.
The McGowan Government has fulfilled another election commitment, providing a further $6.922 million for the Centennial Park Sporting and Event Precinct development to Albany Read More
A report into the amalgamation of Southern Ports Authority has found the intended benefits of the merger have been partly achieved, but further refining is still required.
The former Albany, Bunbury and Esperance port authorities were merged to form the Southern Ports Authority in October 2014, as part of the first AlbanyMining & Industry Read More
The Queen's Baton Relay starts its Western Australian leg in Albany this morning and begins its six-day journey through the State to officially herald April's Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018).
Local community legends will carry the Queen's Baton from Albany, north through Manjimup, Bridgetown and Bunbury.
The relay will also pass AlbanyCommonwealth Games Read More
The new Phillips River Bridge connecting Albany with Esperance is now open to traffic after widespread floods in February 2017 destroyed the old structure.
The widespread flood event was declared a natural disaster having caused $94 million damage to the State's road network, including more than $26 million in the Great AlbanyRoads & Transport Read More
Western Australians who are looking to kickstart a career in the energy sector are encouraged to apply for one of Western Power's pre-apprenticeship electrotechnology scholarships.
Western Power are offering 20 scholarships this year with Southern Regional TAFEs in Albany and Bunbury.
The scholarships will be full fee paying and applications for Semester AlbanyEmployment Read More
The Western Australian health system will benefit from the latest intake of junior doctors, who will complete their three-year internships within metropolitan and regional hospitals.
318 junior doctors have accepted internships in WA public hospitals for 2018.
Graduates trained at Western Australian universities, including six Aboriginal graduates, accepted 273 positions (86 per AlbanyEmploymentHealth Read More
Following the completion of critical roadworks at Albany's Middleton Beach, work has begun to secure an international standard hotel for the iconic tourist and community destination.
The WA Government is seeking expressions of interest (EOI) from national and international operators for the planned hotel at Western Australia's picturesque Middleton Beach.
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A 29 year old man will appear before Albany Magistrates Court today (Wednesday 31 January 2018), charged with child exploitation offences.
In June 2017, WA Police received information from a police department in the United States regarding the alleged online activities of a West Australian man.
Albany Detectives commenced an investigation and Albany Read More
The WA Government will deliver a new community mental health step up/step down service - a first of its kind to open in regional Western Australia - for Albany.
Mental Health Minister Roger Cook today announced the Mental Health Commission and the WA Country Health Service would establish a new community AlbanyHealth Read More