Waroona could get a vibrant face lift following a $20,000 grant to support mental health and spruce up the town centre.
The Harvey community has mourned the one year anniversary of Lockie Hernaman, an adored son and friend, protective big brother and talented footballer.
The Harvey-Waroona Reporter has been published for 40 years. In Reporter Rewind this week, Briana Fiore looks at what was making news in November 1992
Staff at Harvey Senior High School have been sweating for a good cause this month and are participating in a push-up challenge to create awareness for mental health.
After two months of being closed, recreation centres around WA have been given the green light to reopen.
Volunteers are said to be the backbone of the community. They dedicate their time to making a difference and offering support in times of need — something the Australind SES crew never shy away from.
International Nurses Day fell on May 12, but for many hardworking nurses in the frontline of the pandemic, that day was just another vital day of service.
The removal of certain regional boundaries has created travel opportunities for people from the Perth and Peel regions to visit the State’s south for the first time in two months.
The Brunswick River Cottages’ “lease for life” complex is nearing completion and expected to be finished before the end of June.
Binningup residents have ramped up their protest efforts against the proposed limestone pit headed for their town, this time turning to car stickers to voice their disapproval.
St Anne’s Primary School students from the past 15 years probably remember chats with their treasured school gardener Arthur Hall.
A resurgence in “shopping local” and “supporting local businesses” has been seen during the coronavirus pandemic — something business owners in Harvey hope will continue even after the threat fades.
Plans for a 2020 Brunswick Show have become a bit more tangible thanks to a $124,000 Federal Government boost.
Students at the South Regional TAFE Harvey campus have welcomed the return to classes in what will be an unusual end to Semester One.
The WA Nationals are calling on the State Government to give regional pensioners some financial relief when they fill up at the bowser.
After almost five years, the Yarloop Workshops could soon stand tall and proud again.
The State Government has announced a relaxation of rules and restrictions because of the rapidly declining rate of COVID-19 infections within the State.
Staff at Puma in Harvey were decorated from head to toe in purple and yellow on May 1, in an effort to raise money for the Starlight Foundation.
This month Cassie Fry will be taking part in the May 50k initiative to raise money for people living with multiple sclerosis.
The reigning premiers are once again on the hunt for another slice of the silverware.
The owners of Lake Navarino Holiday Park in Waroona have pleaded with visitors to comply with COVID-19 regulations and act responsibly if they want to return to the facility.
We took a trip down memory lane to find out what was making news in April 1995.
Severe storms swept across the South West last week, leaving emergency crews, councils and residents with an intensive clean-up task ahead of them.
Harvey police seized a vehicle at Logue Brook Dam on May 3.
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