Volunteers helped clear more than 10 tonnes of rubbish from Point Douro as part of a community clean-up at the site.
Delegates from South West Football League clubs have moved to consider scrapping the league’s salary cap.
The West Coast Eagles visited Sir John of God Bunbury Hospital yesterday as part of their regional community program.
Nathaniel “Cheeky” May was narrowly defeated by Bruno Tarimo on Friday night.
Staff from the Water Corporation are urging South West residents to trap the fat this Christmas.
Figures revealed by the WA Prison Officer’s Union put temperatures in the cells upwards of 40C on Wednesday, with the mercury soaring to 50C in one of the day rooms.
South West business Geographe Civil was presented with a bronze award for Volunteer Employer Recognition at DFES South West on Friday.
The streets of Harvey will be filled with more than 40 students taking part in the annual Local Drug Action Group Foot Rally event tomorrow.
Mental Health Minister Roger Cook said WA’s first Recovery College would be progressively rolled out across the State over the next three years.
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Australia’s embattled dairy sector will be bound by a mandatory code to improve farmers’ negotiating powers in less than three weeks, ending industry fears its January 1 deadline could be missed.
The estate has vineyards, dams, warehouses and natural bush on a 45ha property, just below the Porongurup Range National Park, which is on the National Heritage List.
The dispute has sparked a court action by Anglo against dozens of shareholders linked to what Mr Jones said is the ‘Melbourne cabal’ coveting the company.
A new Forrestdale bridge, due to open on Friday, has been named after World War I hero and Victoria Cross recipient Hugo Throssell.
An experienced career firefighter was injured by a falling tree while battling the Yanchep fire while two more were transported to hospital suffering smoke inhalation at the Collie fire front.
Life is currently at a low ebb for many displaced by fire, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t looking out for others in their community
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