South West Aboriginal communities are set to benefit from a new support worker who will help tackle the suicide “epidemic” plaguing the State and shine a spotlight on mental health.
South West residents are being urged to prepare for flooding and dangerous winds in parts of the region as wet weather continues.
Jetstar will try to get its direct flights from Melbourne to Busselton up and running for the seventh time, with September 1 now the launch date.
City of Bunbury property owners should prepare for a $40 increase to their charges after the council this week adopted its budget for the next financial year.
East Perth draft hopeful Kade Dittmar models his game on Elliot Yeo. And it shows.
Collie’s new medicinal cannabis facility turns its first sod to celebrate the start of the projected 12-month construction period.
The return of their defensive troops might have helped Fremantle back into the top eight, but it could spell the end of the season for former Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault Lion Ethan Hughes.
Bunbury has maintained its spot at the top of the ladder for a third straight week, defeating Carey Park on Sunday thanks to a six-goal haul from former Brisbane Lion James Hawksley.
Bunbury’s Connor Blakely has produced arguably his best performance at AFL level this season, providing a calm head for the Dockers as they held on for a four-point victory over Richmond.
Donnybrook have claimed their third win of the season by beating Harvey Bulls in a mud-soaked at Harvey Oval.
When South West editor Jakeb Waddell asked if I wanted to come to Harvey and work as a journalist for the Harvey-Waroona Reporter, I said yes, and planned on working the rest out later.
Waroona District High School students were able to take part in the Lions Club’s international contest, creating artworks based on this year’s theme of “peace through service”.
Crash victim Kyra Lane did not live to celebrate her toddler’s second birthday next month or her partner’s proposal this year.
A 15-year-old Perth schoolboy is accused of sexually assaulting three female students, including a claim by one he indecently touched her in class while the teacher was present.
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WA’s next generation of outlaw motorcycle gang members will be under more heat than ever when a proposal for Australia’s toughest bikie laws is taken to State Parliament next month.
A dilapidated house used as a drug den by squatters in the heart of Mandurah has been gutted by its frustrated owner — to the relief of long suffering neighbours.
An employee of Broome Toyota has pleaded guilty to stealing more than $20,000 in vehicle parts and sending them to the NT, in order to “drum up business.”
An estimated 250,000 long-arm and 10,000 handguns which are either unregistered or unable to be registered are believed to be in Australia, as well as prohibited accessories
BHP’s deal with electric car giant Tesla shines a spotlight on WA’s battery metals supply potential, but more to be done to convert well-endowed battery minerals into products, IGO boss says
The region’s top cop says police and other frontline workers have a “responsibility” to get vaccinated against COVID-19 as the Commissioner flags a needle or mask policy for the police force.
A relative of the 12-year-old girl killed in a car crash in Fitzroy Crossing last month has been denied bail to attend her sorry camp, with the family deemed among the “biggest offenders in town.”
Premier Mark McGowan has revealed a WA FIFO worker is suspected of being COVID-positive while in the community, although he has held off plunging the State into another lockdown.
In a statement issued on Wednesday the WA Police Union said that it would “not accept any discrimination against our members based on their vaccination status.”
The blaze, which started just after 3.20am on April 4, ripped through the premises causing more than $2 million damage.
A vehicle parked at the top of a two-storey car park at the Mandurah Forum burst into flames this morning, sending shoppers into a panic.
A Supreme Court judge has frozen the assets of a Mt Hawthorn financial adviser facing $1.7 million-plus of claims from peeved investors, including champion former basketballer Luc Longley.
The bridge — built at cost of nearly $10 million — is dual-named, also adopting the moniker the Koolangka Bridge, which means children in Noongar.
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