After failing high school “dismally”, being on the dole for two years and working in various radio stations, Ferguson Valley resident Josh Langley is living example of a risk paying off.
Prepare to be transported to a world of nostalgia, with the launch of the Bunbury Beyblade Club.
Creativity of local students is being brought out of the classroom and put on display at Des Ugle Park.
A South West man has avoided jail time for his “five seconds of stupidity” and was granted a second chance after he was caught riding a motorcycle at 63km/h over the speed limit.
Primary students at Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School travelled around the world on Wednesday as they took part in a multicultural dress-up day.
Major Bunbury industrial projects have received a boost as part of the State Government’s $330 million investment for industry development work and projects.
An incredible act of kindness and community spirit has put the “pushbike” back in “Pushbike Bill”.
Australian engineering giant Monadelphous is the first corporate partner of the Graham (Polly) Farmer Foundation’s Follow the Dream program.
Bunbury Primary School associate principal Franca Dillon says fitness and family are behind the school’s brand new play equipment.
The Department of Justice is hosting free information sessions about wills and deceased estates in the South West next month.
A South West District police officer has pleaded not guilty to assaulting a man hospitalised after a car crash.
Community spirit and connection are behind a new podcast series delivered by the Dardanup Shire Council, sharing the experiences of successful and hard-working people with others from the same region.
Stories and recollections of the historic Collie Roundhouse will be at the centre of restoration work due to be undertaken at the site.
The Australian Manufacturing Workers’ Union claims the ongoing dispute between Griffin Coal and Bluewaters Power Station is causing its members unnecessary stress and anxiety.
The Collie Art Gallery will return to its roots later this month with an exhibition showcasing the bequest of West Australian art dealer Claude Hotchin.
Every city has at least one great sporting rivalry. Perth has Fremantle and West Coast, Liverpool has Everton and Liverpool, and Bunbury has the Bulldogs and the Tigers.
Froth Craft Brewing plan to open venue in centre of WA’s third biggest city.
A program run by the South West Compassionate Communities Network is making an effort to normalise conversations around death.
Bunbury Primary School has been recognised for recycling more than 7000 pieces of toothbrush and toothpaste related waste, which have been turned into new items such as pencil cases.
An old bus from 1927 has been restored and brought to Bunbury by two passionate vintage car enthusiasts.
Basketball South West will now be training and playing at the Eaton Recreation Centre, following a decision made at the Dardanup Shire Council meeting last week.
Kindergarten students at South Bunbury Primary School were welcomed back to Term 3 with a nice surprise.
Dribbling gutters will be a thing of that past at the Coalfields Hockey Council’s clubrooms thanks to Synergy’s Collie Small Grants.
A Bunbury-based chimney sweeping company has been accused of brushing off consumers’ refund demands without finishing or even starting the job, according to Consumer Protection.
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