A marketing campaign encouraging people to tick driving The South West Edge off their bucket list is being promoted across WA.
It’s the start of a new financial year, which means it’s time to start thinking of your taxes.
Harvey Water has proposed a 12km underground pipeline to transport brine from Kemerton to the ocean.
If you were one of the many motorists heading south on Forrest Highway at the weekend you would have noticed a new eye-catching entry statement.
Two dairy manufacturers in Harvey have been crowned the cream of the crop after winning championship titles in the Dairy Industry Association of Australia 2020 competition.
There must be something in the water at St Anne’s Primary School in Harvey, with three of the Our Lady of Mercy scholarship recipients all hailing from the Year 6 class.
Wil Massara was still in high school when a lightbulb went off in his ingenious mind.
In an effort to bolster its timber industry operations, Dardanup softwood sawmiller Wespine has partnered with South West logistics service provider MGM Bulk.
The Curtin Hamersley Comets rolled to a 68-53 victory over the ECU Souwest Jets in Sunday’s WANL clash at the Gold Netball Centre.
Due to unforeseen circumstances, the Collie Eagles have withdrawn it’s women’s team from this year’s SWFL women’s competition.
Bunbury has received a timely boost in the lead up to Saturday’s home opener against Augusta-Margaret River, after securing the services of key forwards Jordan Adamson-Holmes and Sam Davies.
Justin Warwick’s eight-year-old Material Man made it two wins in a row after holding off valiant stablemate Noir De Rue by 0.2 lengths in Saturday’s $80,000 Swan River Vase (2200m) at Belmont Park.
A debate regarding the impact of parking meters on residents and businesses in the South West has been reignited following the Bunbury City Council’s reinstatement of ticket parking this week.
Harvey is starting to look a little like London’s West End, with a state-of-the-art theatre upgrade at the Harvey Recreation and Cultural Centre.
For the past 40 years, Graeme Newman has lived his life on the open road, taking in the sunrise and sunset from the cab of his trusty four decker.
The seamstress and mother of six is taking the next exciting step on her journey — opening up her own store on Stephen Street.
A cross-runway and additional hangars would be a “huge advantage” for pilots flying in and out of Bunbury Airport, according to one of the flying school’s operations manager.
The founder of the world-first artificial surf reef to be installed at Bunbury’s Back Beach is still hopeful the project will invigorate the city and its surf culture.
Sporting a flashy new facade and a fit-for-purpose studio, the Stirling Street Arts Centre redevelopment has finally reached completion.
Bunbury farewelled renowned motorcycle enthusiast, champion and well-respected community member Glen Richard Britza at his funeral on Monday.
Former Roelands dairy and potato farmer Fred Rose, one of the last surviving Rats of Tobruk, celebrated his 101st birthday on Thursday with the planting of a special flower.
A $3000 annual increase in the councillor meeting attendance fee sparked a heated debate at the Bunbury City Council chambers on Tuesday night.
Consumer Protection has urged South West residents to be wary of puppy scams, after losses of more than $28,000 and a total of 18 WA scams were reported in June.
Throughout their three seasons in the SWFL women’s competition, Carey Park has been able to provide plenty of opportunities for women to play at the highest level in the region.
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