A lucky mother and daughter who survived a car crash in Harvey last week have spoken out to thank the strangers who came to their rescue.
Former West Coast Eagle and Geelong player Derek Hall will...
We countdown the top 10 sporting moments of 2020.
Crews from around the South West and Peel regions came together last week to commemorate the fifth anniversary of the Yarloop fire.
If you find yourself hoping to outrun the police this holiday period — don’t even try.
A Harvey shire councillor has slammed the “unfit” conditions in which shire staff are being required to work — labelling them “unhealthy, overcrowded and dangerous”.
A spokesperson from the Binningup Action Group has targeted the MGM Bulk pit manager, who is also a Harvey shire councillor, likening him to “Clive Palmer”.
The Waroona basketball courts are the heartbeat of the town on Wednesday nights thanks to the success of this year’s competition.
As you drive into many South West country towns, with the music blaring and your hair down, you are likely to be welcomed by a bright and colourful entry statement made by a talented Harvey artist.
Lyndon Fowler was just 13 when he smoked his first cigarette.
In the space intended to name a child’s father on their birth certificate, Andrew Rielley’s read unknown.
A Harvey school bus from the 1930s has turned up after more than eight decades, creating excitement among Harvey Historical Society members.
Harvey sporting clubs without a home will now have a place to settle thanks to the completion of the new sporting facility at the Harvey Recreation and Cultural Centre.
A Harvey teenager has committed to chopping off 14 inches of her hair to go towards making wigs for children battling cancer and undergoing treatment.
The community is invited to attend a night full of Christmas carols and fun this Sunday
An Australind business is one of many in the South West to have benefited from a pilot program trialled in the region this year.
Not-for-profit organisations are struggling to keep the Christmas cheer alive and are asking the community to dig even deeper this year.
Some people thought the collapse of the Timer Mill would spell the end of Yarloop.
Police have urged people to take extra precautions this holiday period after a spate of horror crashes plagued the South West and Peel regions.
A loyal user of the Australind train service, who uses the train so much she had the Cookernup station formally named after her, has spoken out about how its suspension has left her feeling upset.
The WA College of Agriculture in Harvey farewelled its graduating Year 12s on November 20.
A giant teddy bear created from hay has come to life in the heart of Waroona, thanks to the efforts of a generous farmer hoping to spread cheer in what he described as a really tough year.
The pathway from grassroots to State level netball just got a whole lot easier thanks to the introduction of a new club which is driving opportunities for young people in Peel.
The Harvey Shire Council has partnered with Volunteer South West to encourage more people to give back to the community and lend a hand.
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