Luke McPherson is journalist in the South West covering sport, health and crime in the Harvey-Waroona Reporter. Luke started in 2021 after relocating from Perth. He has a passion for sport, mental health and the arts.
After being cancelled last year due to COVID, this year’s Waroona Show broke the attendance record with more than 24,000 people making their way to the event.
The scores and stories from Waroona, Leschenault and Harvey-Benger’s weekend cricket matches
The Harvey-Waroona Reporter’s Harvey Golf Club Ladies Open Day saw a podium clean-sweep from the home side.
Ty Anderson has become the pride of Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault after he claimed the Tony Carbone Medal this month.
Twice a week for the last 12 years, members of the Mandurah and Districts Model Aero Club and have been meeting in Waroona.
A Harvey dance academy has stolen the show in Perth after claiming more than 50 awards at the Starlight Festival of Dance.
The Shire of Waroona has begun interviewing for a new CEO, with a new leader expected at the helm by early next year.
Waroona is harnessing the power of the sun for the South West after an application was made for a second solar farm in the area.
Elderly people across the South West are set to receive much needed support for abuse and ageing-related issues.
The Harvey Bulls have a new man in charge after announcing the appointment of 2022 league coach Mark Pink.
Kaine Ah Chee has wrestled with his wellbeing for as long as he can remember and now continues to help break down the stigma surrounding mental illness.
I was banging my fists repeatedly against the wall and not even making a mark, but one day a crack formed, and with just a few more punches I could see the sunshine on the other side.
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