Budding Brunswick tennis player Alifaye Gidgup has served up a storm at the South West Zone Tennis Tournament this month.
A new $50 million feedlot to be built in the Wheatbelt will allow for the expansion of WA’s biggest beef producer Harvey Beef.
The new Australind foreshore reserve play area could soon have a symbolic name that captures the essence of its location.
The bell was not the only thing ringing with great enthusiasm at St Joseph’s Primary School in Waroona on Friday.
Basketballers Sierraleone Simpson and Lain Haunold have been crowned All Stars at the Country Championships held earlier this month.
Every competitor from the Harvey Swimming Club went home with a personal best at the Harvey Open competition on February 15.
Brunswick men will soon be hammering away in their new Men’s Shed which is expected to be finished by the end of May.
With tomato vines at their peak, it’s sauce season in the South West and many residents are embracing their Italian heritage by making homemade tomato sauce.
Two Yarloop pensioners have been devoting their love, time and savings to care for injured wildlife.
A freak accident two weeks ago almost claimed the life of a two-year-old boy in Harvey.
Harvey-Benger’s Year 6 team finished their first year in the Bunbury and Districts Junior Cricket Association on the weekend.
Harvey-Benger Cricket Club second grade kept their finals hopes alive, defeating third-placed Colts Cricket Club by 13 runs on the weekend in Bunbury.
Waroona’s family-owned hardware store has been recognised as one of the best in the country.
Police are urging Eaton and Australind residents to lock up their garages after a spate of recent thefts.
Harvey shire residents and business owners have just a few days left to comment on a draft strategy for Harvey’s economic future.
Harvey shire residents are being urged to double check their emails after several reports of scammers posing as council representatives.
Sweet pancakes were served up at last night’s Harvey Community Dinner to mark the beginning of Lent.
A Bunbury man has died after his vehicle left the road and struck a tree.
Brunswick Tennis Club is causing a racket as part of their new Get Your Racquet on! campaign.
A new initiative aiming to connect women after migration has kicked off in the South West.
Beer lovers rejoice, a new craft brewery is coming to Wokalup and is expected to be open before Christmas.
A young Leschenault cricketer has bowled his way into first-grade cricket this season on the back of making the WA State Indoor Cricket team last year.
Police are urging Eaton and Australind residents to lock up with garages after a spate of recent thefts.
Music lovers danced into Myalup recently to see accomplished country music performer Bill Chambers with Myalup’s Ray Jones.
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