The South West president of the Rebels bikie gang has again faced court after previously pleading guilty to a string of drug, steroid and stealing charges.
Jackson Barrett and Daryna Zadvirna
With beanbags and popcorn at the ready, the Shire of Dardanup is set to host its first Movies by Moonlight session for the year.
An elected Liberal party will deliver a $1.5 million upgrade to Capel’s equestrian centre to help ensure the facility can be used to its full potential in years to come.
Fresh produce grown in the South West is at the core of this year’s Live Lighter Donnybrook Apple Festival, with this year’s event tipped to attract a crowd of 10,000.
The Shire of Donnybrook-Balingup’s Preston River Foreshore will benefit from a grant of more than $30,000 to help revitalise and future-proof the tourism hotspot.
More than 50 South West providers are set to take over the Stirling Street Arts Centre today to host the Smart2Ask event.
A Waroona winery has suffered more than $100,000 of damage after a fire swept through the vineyard on Wednesday afternoon — just three weeks before the grapes would have been harvested.
A man has died and another is in a serious condition after a crash just north of Harvey overnight.
Seven West Media and Facebook have signed a landmark deal to ensure the social media giant pays for use of the company’s original news content.
Donnybrook’s first season in the BDCA’s women’s competition has ended in a remarkable premiership success, holding off a resurgent Marist to win Sunday’s grand final at Forrest Park.
A Bunbury man who went on a four-month stealing spree throughout the city has been given a 12-month conditional release order and fined $100 for each offence.
People may soon be able to pick up a pie and petrol alongside prisoners at Settlers Road House in Myalup.
Harvey could soon have its first-ever 24-hour service, after the Harvey Recreation and Cultural Centre revealed its new gym.
An “existing industry” within the Shire of Harvey is set to expand at the Kemerton Industrial Area, creating a possible employment boost for the South West region.
Australia’s COVID-19 vaccination roll-out began yesterday, with vulnerable people at several South West aged care facilities among the thousands to soon receive their first dose.
Wax up the surfboard, the world-first inflatable artificial surf reef is coming for a second attempt at Bunbury’s Back Beach in 2022.
Harvey’s international netball star Donnell Wallam has broken her arm in just her second game for the Leeds Rhinos in England.
A cutting-edge art exhibition is coming to the Bunbury Regional Art Gallery next month with a thought-provoking theme.
The pandemic threw life in the South West on its head and the Bunbury Museum team is on a mission to collate the chaos that was.
South Bunbury Rotary Club members have dispatched the first load of feed to Gidgegannup as part of their bushfire relief support efforts for the Perth Hills fire ravaged areas.
An Albany prisoner who was once sued for crashing a car into a horse and leaving his passenger permanently disabled has landed himself an additional jail sentence for a string of serious offences.
Hundreds of community members were in awe at the weekend as they made their way into Bunbury’s International Friendship Garden to view the City’s first Chinese Lantern Festival.
A psychologist passionate about breaking the cycle of child-sex abuse has returned to Bunbury to launch her new book.
Australind teenager and rising star Kyle Lee has pocketed two podium finishes in open water swimming events this month.
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