The Macedonian Community of Manjimup has been awarded $250,000 ahead of the club’s 60th anniversary through the State Government’s community capital works fund.
Fighting words from Chris Bowen on Peter Dutton’s recent push for nuclear energy has seen
Stealing, burglaries and drug offences are leading a spike in crime across the South West as the State Government defends its record on policing numbers.
Sean Van Der Wielen
The Shire of Dardanup’s Digital Connection Program has returned for 2024, with the aim of increasing digital literacy and confidence amongst over-65s.
Boyanup’s Keen Race Team dominate The Krikke Boys Shootout for Limited Sprintcars at Perth Motorplex, claiming both first and second place.
The City of Bunbury council votes to store one of the carriages of the historic Australind train to be used for future projects.
The WA under-21 men’s hockey team will head to Busselton for a camp this weekend as they continue their preparations for next month’s national underage championships.
The owners of Mangles Corner Store are thrilled to finally get the green light to build a coffee drive-thru at the back of their store.
The State Government has committed $1.3 million in funding to assist West Australian athletes who are heading to the Olympic and Paralympic Games later this year.
Teneille Watson was awarded the first Connor Lambert Memorial Award for her dedication to the South West Academy of Sport.
With a Human Rights Commission complaint being lodged about accessibility at an iconic Bunbury venue, the Disability Services Minister has kept quiet on whether the State Government could step in to help.
After her side sealed back-to-back Bunbury & Districts Cricket Association women’s 1st-grade premierships, star Donnybrook all-rounder Steph Jolly says a supportive environment is key to their success.
The two dominant sides in the Bunbury Senior Basketball League will look to seal their grand final places when the competition’s finals get underway at the South West Sports Centre on Friday night.
Finals have finally arrived for the Bunbury & Districts Cricket Association men’s first-grade, with the top four having been locked in for several weeks.
Catman is passing through Bunbury this week on his cross-continental trek across Australia.
Dressage competitor Lauren Rowe was announced as the sports star of the year at the South West Academy of Sport’s annual awards night on Saturday.
WA’s tourism body is warning against removing the incentive for backpackers to work in the regions to extend their stay in Australia as the Federal Government continues to consider changes.
It was a packed house at the Mantra Bunbury Lighthouse on Saturday night as the region’s rising sporting stars were honoured.
Bunbury Catholic College students and their ball partners had a blast on February 10 at the school’s Summer Nights-themed Ball.
Offshore wind farming 20km off Bunbury’s coast has been proposed by the Federal Government, with consultation having begun on Tuesday.
With the reduction of logging trucks expected on the South Western Highway, there is hope the change could reduce crashes on the notorious stretch of road.
A former teacher from a privately run South West school is facing accusations that he collected vile sexual images of children.
Holly Prentice and Bethany Hiatt
Teenage sisters Neve and Tana are gearing up to complete the Rottnest Channel Swim this weekend.
Forestry have booked their place in the Warren Blackwood Cricket Association grand final with a thrilling four-run qualifying final win over Bridgetown at Collier Street Sporting Complex.
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