Kasper Johansen is a journalist at the Harvey-Waroona Reporter covering all things local including news, council and lifestyle. His passion for writing led him to a career in journalism.
A pair of illegal marron fishers in the South West have been hit with almost $100,000 in fines after catching more than 400 marron — the biggest fine for illegal marron fishing in WA history.
Teachers, parents and police officers were coated in colour during Kingston Primary School’s colour run last week, with students running through hurdles to reach the end of the fun run course.
The location of Australind’s multi-million dollar community precinct has finally been decided after plans to extend the consultation period were scrapped last week.
Tensions ran high in a packed Harvey Shire Council chamber last week as the fate of a vegetable grower’s contentious application to expand its horticultural operations was deferred until next year.
The Royal Flying Doctor Service showed off two new additions to its flying arsenal in Harvey last week, giving local clinicians and emergency crews the chance to see the new equipment.
Harvey Senior High School students have made friends in far away places and given Japan a look into the life of a country student after a first-time video call with the town’s sister city.
The crux of the proposed creation of a “super university” is held up by vain attempts to climb to the top of baseless national and international rankings — why concede to a gamed system?
Harvey bookworms were taken on a trip through some of historical fiction’s bestselling novels last week during a visit from author Anna Jacobs.
The Shire of Harvey has shone brightly after receiving an award that recognises the commitment of employers to the Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade.
Kasper Johansen & Luke McPherson
In the lead-up to bushfire season the Uduc Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade has received a much needed update to its garage, with two new light tankers.
The Shire of Harvey has signalled a need to Telstra and NBN Co for improved and more affordable internet access, calling upon its residents for help.
A new app available in the South West is intended to free up hospital beds by providing online exercises and rehabilitation services.
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