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THE Albany Public Library will display a collection of objects that hold meaningful stories about the 2021 Australian of the Year Award winners.
With a paintbrush in one hand and a glass of wine in the other, participants immersed themselves in the The Painters Palate workshop.

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GREAT Southern creatives are being encouraged to join the production of Caretaker of the Lost Selves, set to premier at the Breaksea Festival in October.
GREAT Southern creatives are being encouraged to join the production of Caretaker of the Lost Selves, set to premier at the Breaksea Festival in October.
With a paintbrush in one hand and a glass of wine in the other, participants immersed themselves in the The Painters Palate workshop.
With a paintbrush in one hand and a glass of wine in the other, participants immersed themselves in the The Painters Palate workshop.
Great Southern Outback Tours is calling for adventurists to tag along in a 4WD tour along the Holland Track, starting in Broomehill and finishing at the 'Old Camp' in the Eastern Goldfields.
Great Southern Outback Tours is calling for adventurists to tag along in a 4WD tour along the Holland Track, starting in Broomehill and finishing at the 'Old Camp' in the Eastern Goldfields.

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PLAYFUL WHALES A TELL 'TAIL' SIGN OF EARLY SEASON 🐋

Humpback whales have made an early debut in Albany, after being spotted in King George Sound and at Cheynes beach over the last couple of weeks.

Albany’s whale season usually kicks off around late May or early June, but a group of ‘teenage’ humpbacks have jumped the gun on their migration north.

Centre for Whale Research’s Andrew Davenport said it’s difficult to pinpoint why the whales left their Antarctic feeding grounds early.

“A guess would that they’re sub-adults, based on their behaviour as they’re very playful,” he said.

“Sub-adults might not make it all the way up the coast, they do what they like, have fun and be teenagers essentially.”

Read the full story here: https://www.greatsouthernlive.com.au/young-whales-jump-the-gun-on-migration/

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FESTIVAL OF VOICE RETURNS 🎤

A variety of musicians, poets and storytellers will be gathering in Denmark from June 4 to 6 for the Denmark Festival of Voice.

Songwriter Kavisha Mazella said she’s always had great experiences in Denmark and is looking forward to the festival.

“Denmark is a very welcoming community to artists,” she said.

Read more here: https://www.greatsouthernlive.com.au/festival-of-voice-returns/

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ADVENTURE FILMS COME TO ALBANY 🎬

World class adventure films will be on show at the Albany Entertainment Centre on May 15 as part of the Banff Mountain Film Festival’s 46th tour.

Audiences will be treated to a series of short films and documentaries about extraordinary people living extraordinary adventures.

Read more here: https://www.greatsouthernlive.com.au/banff-film-festival-returns-to-albany/

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ALL ON THE LINE

There’s plenty to play for in the final round of the GSFLW on tonight, with Royals still in with a chance of claiming the minor premiership.

Railways take on Sharks at 5.45pm at Tigerland, while an in-form Denmark-Walpole side are up against Royals at McLean Oval.

Check out the full preview here: https://www.greatsouthernlive.com.au/top-spot-still-up-for-grabs-in-final-round-of-gsflw/

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RUBENS SET TO PERFORM FOR ALBANY

The Rubens are set to perform live at the White Star Hotel in Albany as they gear up to hit road for their national tour.

The Weekender spoke with The Rubens’ keyboard and backing vocalist Elliot Margin about how the band has been preparing.

“I’m actually at the bunker [studio] right now where we are starting rehearsals and going through new songs, trying to pick what we think fans are going to want to hear and then craft our set,” he said.

“We’re so excited to be able to be playing shows and be on the road again.

“Our energy levels are going to be way up there and I’m sure people are going to be so excited to see live music.”

The band are playing at the White Star Hotel on May 5 at 6pm.

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