It was a rough trip to the Herb Graham Recreation Centre for the Printsync South West Slammers on Saturday night.
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.
Busselton made it three wins in a row on Saturday after defeating last year’s grand finalists Eaton Boomers by 33 points at Glen Huon Reserve.
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.
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.
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.
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.
South West sporting facilities are set to receive an $11 million upgrade, after new funding was announced for major improvements to Hands Oval and a multi-sports precinct in Donnybrook.
Winter can be difficult for those without a home, which is why a South West support agency is offering extra help this National Homelessness Week.
The Department of Justice is hosting free information sessions about wills and deceased estates in the South West next month.
South West green thumbs have been urged to check their citrus trees for a destructive pest before moving them, after a citrus gall wasp was recently found in a plant at a Bunbury nursery.
The $852 million Bunbury Outer Ring Road is one step closer to reality, with Southwest Connex Alliance named as the preferred proponent to design and build the project.
Bunbury families are in for a treat as a “magical reading egg” calls the library home for a week as part of the Paint the Town REaD campaign encouraging reading to young children.
New medical cannabis manufacturing facilities in the South West have been awarded $300,000 in State Government funding.
A South West District police officer has pleaded not guilty to assaulting a man hospitalised after a car crash.
Aside from having the responsibility of plotting the downfall of reigning premiers South Bunbury on Saturday at Hands Oval, Bunbury women’s coach Glenn Obal is also faced with another dilemma.
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.
Eaton Boomers coach Darren Rigby is keen for his side to play a committed brand of football moving forward, as his side aims to bounce back.
The Australian Manufacturing Workers’ Union claims the ongoing dispute between Griffin Coal and Bluewaters Power Station is causing its members unnecessary stress and anxiety.
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