Police in Margaret River have seized a motorbike after the rider was allegedly clocked doing 132km/h in a 60km/h zone.
A new alliance of mental health professionals established last year is gearing up to review its draft action plan.
The last time W-League powerhouse Perth Glory graced the turf of the WML Stadium at Hay Park, the South West soccer community was rewarded with a glut of goals.
A cycling group has accused the City of Busselton of inaction over a “dangerous hazard” on Layman Road which has caused a serious crash.
The famous and fabulous Dunsborough Arts Festival will celebrate its 20th anniversary next weekend.
Five local rugby players have been selected to represent WA at the U12 Beasts National Carnival.
Pemberton Accommodation Association welcomes regulation recommendations.
“It is hoped Blackrock bull buyers found the most productive Angus genetics to take them forward.”
Nurses hope to help people and learn more about medicine.
South West musician James Abberley is celebrating the release of a new single online.
Residents across the Capes will be asked to donate crucial women’s sanitary products as part of a charity drive next month.
Tourism WA has declined to reveal the outcome of an expensive effort to develop a “narrative” for WA’s tourism industry, with the Times told to wait until August.
The impact of the coronavirus on the State’s wine industry is a lot worse than some people are prepared to admit, according to the owner of a leading Margaret River winery.
The region’s peak tourism body has welcomed State funding to boost visitor numbers in the wake of the Eastern States bushfires and the coronavirus panic.
The first sods have finally been turned at the ambitious Witchcliffe Eco-Village project.
Police say Margaret River’s main street redevelopment is a golden opportunity to revisit crime prevention options such as a closed-circuit TV network for the CBD.
A 39-year old Margaret River woman will face Bunbury’s District Court next month on charges including carnal knowledge of an animal.
Vasse MLA Libby Mettam has blasted the State Government for removing funding from the proposed Vasse fire station.
Local MP Terry Redman has demanded immediate State government action to address a worrying climb in drug abuse, self-harm and suicide attempts in the Augusta-Margaret River shire.
The Chefs’ Long Table Charity Lunch is fast approaching for its biggest and best year yet with guests to enjoy the region’s best.
Saturday will see thousands of people head to Bunbury for the South West Multicultural Festival for a day of entertainment and celebration of cultures within the community.
Trevor Whittington has told a government committee the two coastal WA towns are ideal locations to trial 5G’s potential for the agriculture industry
The outbreak of the coronavirus has created a windfall for Capes businesses, with 11 additional cruise ships set to dock in Busselton over the next 18 months.
The Busselton Fringe Festival will transform the ArtGeo Cultural Complex on Queen Street into FringeFun Day tomorrow.
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