Ailish Delaney is journalist at the South Western Times covering all things local council, community issues and lifestyle. She has a passion for pop culture and the arts and is always on the hunt for the next best brunch location.
The region’s best wine estates have celebrated the fruits of their labour in this year’s Labelmakers Geographe and WA Alternative Varieties Wine Show.
Ailish Delaney & Amy Johnston
The elderly Capel couple found dead inside their home earlier this morning have been revealed as well-loved husband and wife Colin and Bernice Dent, and their son is being questioned by police.
Jakeb Waddell, Carly Laden & Ailish Delaney
Heartbroken members of WA’s cycling community have paid tribute to a ‘beautiful soul’ who was killed after being struck by a bus with school children on board in Bunbury this week.
Eight of the candidates vying to be the next City of Bunbury Mayor will tonight go head-to-head in a one-off question-and-answer session with residents.
Students in the greater Bunbury area are raiding their pantries to help provide food for those in need.
Vulnerable young people in Bunbury will be able to find shelter and security in new crisis accommodation once the project receives funding for construction.
Police have revealed the cyclist killed after being hit by a school bus in Bunbury yesterday morning was Mary Evelyn Edmonds.
Bunbury MLA Don Punch has hit back at a South West MP who claimed he “misled” the community by supporting the Upper House electoral reform.
Crime Stoppers and South West police are encouraging residents to continue to take advantage of the national firearms amnesty and surrender illegal or unregistered weapons.
A South West environmental group claims a leading waste management organisation has “declared war” on the community by applying to expand the dump in Dardanup.
Children watched on in horror after a school bus collided with cyclists on a coast road in Bunbury this morning, leaving one dead and another injured.
Ailish Delaney, Jackson Barrett & Carly Laden
The South West bowls club that brought the State’s first glow-in-the-dark game to the green has received a $50,000 funding boost.
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