Dardanup Shire Council has adopted its four-year 2020-21 corporate business plan and budget with a zero per cent rates increase.
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.
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.
Primary students at Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School travelled around the world on Wednesday as they took part in a multicultural dress-up day.
Major Bunbury industrial projects have received a boost as part of the State Government’s $330 million investment for industry development work and projects.
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.
The Department of Justice is hosting free information sessions about wills and deceased estates in the South West next month.
A South West District police officer has pleaded not guilty to assaulting a man hospitalised after a car crash.
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West Australiasn returning to WA are helping to stabilise Perth’s housing market, with the flood of people returning to the safety of WA helping to quell fears of a price plunge.
Victims of crime in the central city have banded together in the fight for public safety, confronting their own traumatic experiences to shine a light on Perth’s scourge of theft and violence.
Before his WA border war and failed political campaigns Clive Palmer made his billions in the mining industry. His rise to prominence is a fascinating tale of confidence over substance.
Just two weeks after receiving a $750 fine for being naked in the middle of a busy Broome roundabout, a 41-year-old woman has received another fine after she took a card game dispute too far.
More than $100,000 will be spent upgrading facilities at four Geraldton public schools over the next four years, the State Government has announced.
A hateful twist on a human rights slogan has been carved into one of Kununurra’s most cherished landmarks, marring the memory of the local legend who brought it there.
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A Nationals WA survey in July revealed more than 50 regional councils were spending as much as 10 per cent of their annual budgets attracting and retaining GPs in rural communities.
Former Liberal MP Nigel Hallett and his son Michael are facing dozens of serious allegations of animal cruelty at Mr Hallett’s Wheatbelt farms.
Jaydn Henry Page, 21, wiped away tears and swore as he was sentenced to 20 months behind bars for the brutal abduction that left the terrified 26-year-old victim with fractured ribs, cuts and bruises.
Lord mayor candidate Di Bain has bought a unit in the City of Perth council area, skimming inside the boundary by less than 100m.
Four hundred police officers are being taken off the streets of Perth and put on COVID duties, sparking fears the city will be at the mercy of crooks and thugs.
An inner-city council is considering plans to enforce a smoking ban in some of Perth’s biggest entertainment districts — including Leederville and Northbridge.
WA grain king John Nicoletti went on a $30 million farm buying spree in 2019, despite making plans the prior year to retire from farming.
A brick-wielding father-to-be threatened to kill an 87-year-old man and his dog during a carjacking in Mandurah, a court heard today.
A $16 million refurbishment of the Central Park towers lobby has been completed following a fierce battle to attract and retain tenants.
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