Australis Energy is looking to sink install nearly 40 turbines off the South West coast with the aim of generating power for WA’s electricity grid from late-2026.
Sean SmithSenior Business Writer
The sound of thundering hooves fell silent over the Bunbury Turf Club last night, as the iconic venue held its last meeting prior to a major track redevelopment.
The South West Aboriginal Medical Service has been recognised for its outstanding work in the public health sector at the 2021 WA Rural Health Awards
The South West Phoenix open their 2021 Belt Up amateur premier division campaign at home to the Leeming Strikers on Sunday night.
South Bunbury’s bid for a third consecutive undefeated season begins away at Donnybrook.
Girl-power like you’ve never seen it before will take the stage at Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre when Drummer Queens head down south.
Donnybrook was packed over the Easter weekend as visitors and locals flocked to the Live Lighter Donnybrook Apple Festival at Egan Park.
With the first bouncedown of the 2021 South West Football League season just two days away, journalists Justin Fris and Jackson Barrett have made their season predictions.
Residents at Tuia Lodge aged care facility were among the first in the South West to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
Discussions about a feasibility study into an ocean pool at Bunbury Back Beach are back on the table following the re-election of the Labor Government.
There was a tinge of sadness as I drove out of the Bunbury Turf Club yesterday, as the venue hosted its final meeting before the major track redevelopment.
James Hayward has resigned from his position as a Bunbury city councillor after being elected to the Upper House of the WA Parliament as a representative for The Nationals WA.
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Ben Aldridge fought for his country, fell, and got back up again after a personal tragedy led to a new love — and purpose — in Capel.
The heartbroken family of a 21-year-old man killed on Eyre Highway while cycling across Australia to raise awareness about climate change has described him as a ‘passionate’ and ‘bright’ boy.
The West Australian has you covered this footy season with every top-tier Aussie rules competition in WA broadcast live including WAFLW, WAFL colts, SWFL and WAFL league.
An unprecedented red alert has been issued for Kalbarri residents who face a threat to lives and homes from cyclone Seroja but who have nowhere to evacuate.
Residents in WA are being warned to take shelter now as tropical cyclone Seroja bears down off the coast, with fears dozens of homes are at risk of going under water.
Residents are urged to prepare for intense winds, rain and flash flooding caused by a unique cyclone event due to make landfall.
Blake Antrobus and staff writers
The housing crisis in one of WA’s biggest regional centres is so bad that young families are being forced to pitch tents in their relatives’ backyards.
The Denmark Hotel has been temporarily closed after a dispute between the owner and lessee reached crisis point last month.
For the second time a little over two months, a Western Australian team was denied white-ball silverware by a powerful New South Wales outfit in Sydney.
A 38-year-old man has died after reportedly being electrocuted while working at a Coral Bay resort.
A drug dealer who was caught in an undercover sting selling cocaine and ecstasy in the WACA car park and on the Scarborough foreshore has been jailed for more than six years.
Is the multi-billion dollar submarine maintenance deal the Federal election sweetener — or does Prime Minister Scott Morrison reckon he’s already done enough to hold his ground in Western Australia?
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