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The Great Southern region is abuzz with activity this week as filming commences on survival-thriller feature film, We Bury The Dead, featuring international star Daisy Ridley and Australian stars Brenton Thwaites and Mark Coles Smith, across the next 6 weeks.
The State Government is showing its commitment to community sporting needs in the Shire of Dardunup by pitching in a major funding contribution to a new football and cricket pavilion at Eaton Oval, a legacy project to honour two much-loved locals.
Perth Glory Football Club will continue as the A-League team in Western Australia following confirmation the Pelligra Group has purchased the club.
As the world counts down to the Paris 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games, more than $1.3 million in State Government funding is being made available to help Western Australian athletes who are heading to France for Team Australia.
Organisers and players involved in illegal gaming houses are being warned of the serious consequences they could face if caught breaking WA’s gaming laws.
Grants of up to $50,000 are now available for new community-led trail projects in Western Australia.
Western Australian writer Meg Shields’ debut feature film, Red Rock Run, has been greenlit for production in the Pilbara later this year.
As cost-of-living pressure rises alongside the summer temperatures, the State Government is introducing a free pool entry pilot program across the Gascoyne, Midwest, Wheatbelt, and Great Southern regions for eligible children and young people.
The State Government is showing its support for WA’s screen industry with a blockbuster funding announcement of $9.2 million in Lotterywest grants for 2023/24 — an additional $1.5 million compared to the previous year.
The $3.35 million expansion and redevelopment of the Albany Surf Life Saving Club begins today.
Visitors to level 3 of the State Library had a surprise this week when a crew from National Indigenous TV came to film a story promoting the Aboriginal History WA
Dozens of violent and anti-social offenders have been banned from entering the five Protected Entertainment Precincts (PEPs), one year on from the introduction of laws aimed at keeping these areas safe for people to enjoy.
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