An extensive marine search and rescue operation has been launched in WA’s South West to after police received reports of someone being swept off rocks near Yallingup this afternoon.
Community groups from Busselton and Dunsborough were among the top three groups from across WA to receive an RAC grant last weekend in Perth.
Local artist Carmen McFaull is showcasing her landscape art as part of the final Inclusive Excellence Exhibition at ArtGeo Cultural Complex.
The man accused of murdering Busselton man Sam Daryl Riley allegedly “shot up” a prescription opioid with his alleged victim before brutally chopping him 21 times in the head with an axe.
Dunsborough residents fear current planning by the City of Busselton will result in the town becoming a sprawl of suburban housing estates, suggesting it would result in a low employment rate.
Developing Dunsborough band In Between Spleens have grown a strong local fan base and are enjoying an eight-week stint of gigs in Perth and the South West.
Bunker Bay last week received two new-generation Shark Monitoring Network receivers and a beach-based warning system.
A new service station on the corner of West Street and Peel Terrace in Busselton was approved by City of Busselton councillors in a unanimous vote at last week’s council meeting.
The Drilling of Quindalup’s Mewett Road bore will be whipped into action “as soon as possible” as part of the City’s expansion plan for Dunsborough’s non-potable Water Network Project
This Sunday the Bay Garden Group’s charity fundraiser Open Garden Day will welcome local and out-of-town visitors to Busselton for an afternoon of food, fertilisers and frivolity.
Capes young adults will be a shoo-in with car maintenance next week when a SHIFT Youth Crew gives them tips on maintaining and running vehicles.
Busselton Medical Practice staff will have to adapt to life without their beloved general practitioner Dr Geoff Taylor when he retires in December after more than 40 years in the industry.
Wardandi Elder Bill Webb is calling for Indigenous massacres in the South West to be taught in outdoor learning experiences targeting students and tourists via the Busselton to Augusta trail.
To mark this week’s National Water Week, Busselton Water has released an educational children’s book — Hydro and Lily Save Busselton’s Water.
Eagle Bay Brewing Co is exporting for the first time after breaking into the Singapore market with assistance from the South West Development Commission’s TradeStart program.
Busselton Hockey Association seeks expressions of interest for its six-week Summer Hockey season which started yesterday.
Origins Market will aim to “reel in” the region’s best producers and artisans when it opens in Busselton in spring 2021.
Tennis ace Hannah Nichols, July’s rising sports star, has her sights set on playing for an American college when she graduates from high school.
Patrons at Busselton foreshore are excited about the Shelter Brewery, which will open in the first two weeks of November, with artwork and signs installed this week.
The Pretty Uglys and Sonatay will play at a new festival on Busselton Foreshore called Raising the Vibe.
More than 280 pre-primary students from across the South West received new tennis racquets this week, when the ANZ Tennis Racquet Roadshow hit the region.
About 41 per cent of South West businesses are expecting stronger conditions over the next three months, according to the Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA regional pulse report released today.
A Bunbury Bushfire Brigade cadet has been recognised in this year’s WA Fire and Emergency Services Awards.
A Bunbury photographer discovered her second species of peacock spider earlier this year and now it officially has a name — Maratus tiddalik.
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