A lighting tower at Boyup Brook Oval was one of the casualties of the wild weather experienced on Sunday across the region.
Community members concerned about the Donnelly River came together for a public forum on Saturday.
Boyup Brook Country Music Festival is looking to the community to help shape the direction of the 2021 festival.
When it comes to Victoria’s harsh lockdown restrictions, not even celebrities are exempt from finding ways to kill the time. But Olympia Valance is taking an international approach.
It has been 15 years since Bannister Downs Dairy products hit store shelves in the distinctive pouch designs and the team behind the business have taken a look back on their growth.
The Greenbushes Community Resource Centre has marked its 25 anniversary by sealing a time capsule for Greenbushes residents’ future selves to discover.
Rally action returned to the region on Saturday for the 11th annual Make Smoking History Targa South West.
Returning Targa South West competitors Peter Rullo and Jimmy Marquet beat a strong field to win the popular event following a day of rally action on Saturday.
Tourism roared into life at the weekend with about $250,000 poured into the economy and accommodation booked out as thousands flocked to the region for Targa South West.
Education Support Centre students from RSHS will take on an artwork project based on the concept of community, with local artist Samantha Prentice.
Established by local couples Juana and Roberto Vidal and Elias and Elena Palta, ICQ Cabs this week started running the meters on all four of the cars in its fleet.
BMC Plumbing and Gas owners Brad and Mel Crockett were recipients of the BHP Digital Innovation Fund which enabled them to access support to improve their digital presence.
St John WA’s Southern Cross sub-centre is critically low on members, with just two emergency medical technicians based in Southern Cross and one in Marvel Loch.
Teenage army cadets across Australia are being forced to drop their uniforms amid fears they could face the wrath of COVID-19 deniers and mislead the public.
Former Liberal MP Nigel Hallett and his son Michael are facing dozens of serious allegations of animal cruelty at Mr Hallett’s Wheatbelt farms.
The prolific Aussie actor, charged with multiple offences over an alleged domestic-related incident at a Sydney home in March, did not appear in court due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Maxima Group, dedicated to helping people with disabilities, injuries or illness find and keep jobs, has opened a branch in Baldivis.
Leading WA mining identities have slammed Queensland billionaire Clive Palmer’s attempt to sue the State for $30 billion in damages to his mining interests, claiming it’s all a show for the court.
Caitlyn Rintoul and Jenna Clarke
Transition Bridgetown is envisaging an ambitious renewable future for Bridgetown’s power supply, starting with a community forum this Sunday.
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.
The State Government has announced a $7 million plan to fix immediate issues at Carnarvon’s blocked fascine waterway and work on finding a long-term solution to the problem.
Kerri-Anne Kennerley says she is “back on the lazy susan of television”, talking for the first time since she and a handful of high profile presenters were axed from Channel 10. FULL DETAILS
WA’s biggest pork producer posted a $8.3 million profit after recovery in pork prices and an key acquisition.
Buccs coach Dayle Joseph: “I think we are probably undermanned a little bit but I’m really proud of the way we have been playing.”
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