Journalist Jackson Barrett picks out 10 players to keep an eye on as the SWFL’s women’s competition kicks off on Saturday.
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
Donnybrook was packed over the Easter weekend as visitors and locals flocked to the Live Lighter Donnybrook Apple Festival at Egan Park.
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.
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.
A finalist in the 2021 WA Youth Awards, Jordan’s childhood dreams of becoming a firefighter date back to the age of four when he sat in the front seat of a metropolitan fire truck.
Roslyn Burns has spent the past 10 years honing her skills in creating a special type of art and is celebrating the occasion with a solo exhibition on Friday.
A surge in vehicle break-ins in Bunbury in recent weeks has prompted a strong safety warning from one of the region’s most senior cops.
Hidden down alleys and tucked behind buildings are little pockets of colour that, when put together, offer a glimpse into the vibrant arts community in the regional towns.
A boat ramp is not in the near future for the eastern end of Peppermint Grove Beach after the local council deemed the cost, safety and environmental impacts were too high for the upgrade.
The South West is hot on the heels of a new cycling path that would link a number of town centres across the region.
Three men and a woman have been charged with a series of drug and stolen property offences after a drug bust was executed at an Australind property.
The South West is set to be featured in an upcoming book that showcases “lost” cricket pitches around the State.
Jono Fenwick has been confirmed as HBL’s stand-alone skipper for the new SWFL season.
Bunbury’s most recent AFL draftee, Isiah Winder, made quite the impression on debut for West Coast’s WAFL side on Saturday, kicking five goals in his side’s loss to Perth at Mineral Resources Park.
South West hockey star Jake Harvie says despite the uncertainty of the past 18 months, the Australian team he is a part of is all systems go ahead of the rescheduled Tokyo Olympics.
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Bunbury look set to be without both of their premiership-winning key forwards, with a clearance application for Jordan Adamson-Holmes now approved.
Former South Bunbury captain Chris Andrew is returning to footy for the first time in nearly five years this season in a bid to finish his career with old mates.
The Waroona community farewelled longstanding Lions Club member Louie Chiera last week.
An annual festival that is the apple of Donnybrook’s eye each year made a mouth-watering return over the Easter long weekend, but it was a freestyle motocross legend who may have stolen the show.
Bunbury product Neville Jetta was typically courageous in Melbourne’s hugely important victory over Greater Western Sydney on Sunday night.
The South West is bustling today as travellers flee the city and hit the region to mark the four-day Easter long weekend.
Whether they are sporting new colours, returning from a lay-off, or ready to take the next step, here are 10 players to watch out for this SWFL season.
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