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.
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.
Carey Park broke through for their first win of the SWFL season after defeating a gallant Harvey Bulls by 28 points at Kelly Park on Saturday afternoon.
Bunbury thrashed a disappointing South Bunbury by 92 points at Hands Oval on Saturday, which ensured they retained both the Dale Alcock Homes South West Derby and Syd Jackson/Max McGuire cups.
South Bunbury took another step towards retaining its SWFL women’s premiership crown after humbling arch rivals Bunbury 4.8 (32) to 0.2 (2) at Hands Oval on Saturday.
Augusta-Margaret River kept its hopes of playing finals football alive with a 34-point win over Donnybrook at Gloucester Park on Saturday.
Transition Bridgetown is envisaging an ambitious renewable future for Bridgetown’s power supply, starting with a community forum this Sunday.
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.
Despite a reported lack of jobs in the South West due to a downturn in tourism and hospitality, the mining sector continues to support the local economy during the COVID-19 recession.
Primary students at Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School travelled around the world on Wednesday as they took part in a multicultural dress-up day.
Dramatic vision has emerged of the moment a sick sailor was winched from a carrier ship sitting off Augusta in WA’s South West.
Harvey Water has said a new partnership with a South West industrial park was not the reason the Harvey Dam this year dropped to its lowest level since 2011.
Since moving to Bridgetown five years ago, documenting and collecting the history of the town has been a major part of Mary Elgar’s life.
Major Bunbury industrial projects have received a boost as part of the State Government’s $330 million investment for industry development work and projects.
The Busselton Football Club is “frustrated” with the City of Busselton regarding poor public toilet facilities with female players forced to share male changerooms on game days.
Police are calling for more dash camera footage and more information regarding a fatal crash that occurred yesterday on Wildwood Road in Yallingup.
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