A farm camp for people in the criminal justice system has been proposed along Forrest Highway directly behind Settler’s Road House at Myalup.
Several residents living near Timperely Road have voiced concerns over an affordable housing project that is nearing completion.
Five years on from the fire that tore through the Yarloop community in a matter of minutes, a firefighter from the frontline has shared her emotional reflection.
Bunbury’s Step Up, Step Down residential mental health facility has shown promising results as the end of its first year in operation approaches.
The Bunbury Musical Comedy Group is set to raise the roof on 2021 following a recent announcement from Bunbury MLA Don Punch.
Bunbury historian Bernhard Bischoff is hosting an exhibition over the summer showcasing photographs he has taken of Bunbury’s basalt over the years.
The Bunbury City Council has announced the Australia Day celebrations which will replace the usual fireworks show.
A Bunbury wildlife carer has called for people to take extra care when looking out for the region’s wildlife this summer.
The Bunbury City Council’s Containers for Change refund centre has reached a significant milestone — one million containers in less than four months.
Residents are being warned to be vigilant of scammers posing as telecommunication companies requesting personal information and account details.
In what was a tough year for West Australian leavers, the 2020 cohort produced some outstanding ATAR results, proving that not even a global pandemic could get in the way of their studies.
Sure, Tornadoes Black’s 80-69 victory over reigning champions Aces White on Tuesday night looks good on paper.
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From modern day criminal castles to nondescript industrial units hidden from view, bikie clubhouses are dotted throughout every corner of the state. Here is your where to avoid guide.
When the toughest cops go hunting the toughest outlaws — the bikie clubhouse is one of the first doors they kick down. What they look lilke inside is known only to a few.
A baby died and his mother was left fighting for her life after a midwife at a WA hospital injected her with a massive overdose of morphine during the final hours of her pregnancy.
Perryn John Maynard, 27, was convicted on Monday for driving without authority, driving an unlicensed vehicle on a road, failing to stop for police and possession of drug paraphernalia.
Officers from the major crash investigation squad are investigating the death of a traffic controller who was struck by a van in WA’s south-east yesterday.
One of the men accused of a gold heist last year didn’t realise police who yelled at him when he fled during an unrelated alleged robbery were officers, a court has heard, as he’s released on bail.
A 23-year-old Albany man who put a nurse in a headlock at the Albany Health Campus last year has been fined and denied a spent conviction.
The proprietor of Golden Dragon Chinese Restaurant has copped a $8000 fine for repeated food code violations last year, but said the business was “trying to improve” since health officers took notice.
Two holidaymakers were pulled from the water by rescuers after they were dragged hundreds of metres out to sea on stand-up paddleboards at Cheynes Beach in Albany.
West Australian families are missing out on earning an extra $11,000 a year due to the rigid and expensive childcare sector, The West can exclusively reveal.
Just 38 per cent of Year 10s who sat a national civics and citizenship test have achieved a proficient standard, a result labelled ‘disappointing’ by Federal Education Minister Alan Tudge.
Legal Aid WA will hire an extra duty lawyer after an Aboriginal grandma with dementia was given no legal representation and spent six days in jail for squirting her neighbour with a garden hose.
A former altar boy abused by a paedophile priest will receive $2.5 million in compensation — the highest known sum the Church in Australia has been forced to pay a survivor of historic sex abuse.
The death of a traffic controller in the Goldfields-Esperance region has sent ripples through the community, with friends of the 57-year-old remembering him as ‘one of the best blokes around’.
One of WA’s deadliest coastal activities will continue this Saturday despite two deaths earlier this month.
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