The Collie Mail looks at the sporting achievements and familiar faces of 2009 (January to March).
Hannah Barry The State Government has doubled the amount of driving hours learner drivers must clock before they can sit their practical test.
Thomas Munday The Collie Eagles Football Club auction draws punters to Goods Shed Markets on Saturday, June 24.
Australian Manufacturing Workers' Union members took protected action on Thursday morning when they staged strikes outside Griffin Coal mine to mark one year since their wages were cut in a ruling by the Fair Work Commission.
The Department for Child Protection and Family Support will be hosting a series of free information and training sessions on responding to child protection concerns in the South West during July.
Shannon Wood The Support Shalom House Collie Group’s campaign to bring a branch of the rehabilitation program to Collie is gaining momentum after founder and chief executive officer of the West Australian Shalom Group (WASG Inc.) Peter Lyndon-James visited the town on Tuesday.
Thomas Munday Students at Amaroo Primary School took part in dancesport classes on Thursday and Friday this week.
Shannon Wood Crown Hotel Collie publican Mark McCarthy is bidding farewell to the town after nearly six years at the establishment.
Severe Weather warning for South West.