Homicide detectives are travelling to the South West to investigate the deaths of two people inside a Capel home.
A private subdividing company has lost its claim the Shire of Dardanup unlawfully added a contract condition over who was supposed to provide trees for newly subdivided land.
Manjimup Shire president Paul Omodei has penned a letter to Premier Mark McGowan to invite him to Manjimup to address the community over the State Government’s decision to end native logging by 2024.
WA foodie festival Gourmet Escape has been canned for a second year, with organisers blaming travel restrictions.
WA Forestry Minister Dave Kelly says the native forest industry’s biggest player warned it would close down this year without almost $26m of Government funding.
A 56-year-old South West man has been charged for uploading videos of toddlers and young children being molested on social media, as child abuse-related charges skyrocket in WA.
WA’s South West has been rocked by another tragedy with police questioning a man after two people were found dead at a home in Capel.
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.
Bunbury’s Cameron Hay is making a habit of standing up in big games after being awarded the Don Punch MLA Trophy after a three-goal performance in the SWFL reserves decider.
From standout performances to a Sunday afternoon they would rather forget, South Western Times journalist Jackson Barrett has given a three-word analysis of every single player in the SWFL.
He might have endured his fair share of “tough times” during his early days at Melbourne, but the football story of Bunbury’s Neville Jetta is about to be brought full-circle.
The undefeated Hay Park premier women’s side have completed the clean sweep, winning every major trophy on offer in 2021.
The tight-knit Wheatbelt community of York is in shock following the tragic death of a beloved school bus driver who died in a horrific crash on his daily route.
A woman accused of stabbing and killing a man at an apartment in Perth’s east has faced Perth Magistrates Court charged with murder.
Andrew ‘Twiggy’ Forrest is battling to stave off more resignations of key senior Fortescue Metals Group staff upset over a $50 million cut to their executive bonus scheme, sources say.
A Geraldton football player and ex-youth boxing coach has been acquitted after being accused of twice sexually abusing a 16-year-old girl in his hot tub last year.
An Albany methamphetamine dealer has pleaded guilty to eight counts of offering to sell or supply the illicit drug.
The court was told the assaults occurred across the Great Southern in towns including Lake King, Kojonup, Ongerup and Gairdner.
A man was allegedly drunk and acted aggressively towards police officers when they were called to the Denmark Hotel about 8.50pm on September 17.
A 47-year-old man has been taken into custody and detectives are on their way to a property where two people were found dead.
WA appears to have avoided a COVID outbreak after a sick NSW truck driver sparked fresh fears this week, with the Director General of Health in this State expecting the big game to proceed as planned.
Premier Mark McGowan was in town to see the unofficial start of the Shore Leave Festival last night, saying the festival would be an opportunity to shine a spotlight on Geraldton and the Mid West.
Homegrown rockers RATSALAD launched their latest single, 50km, with an electric show at the Freemasons Hotel on Saturday night. Where were you?
A survey on the state of Point Moore’s eroded beachfront has sparked a wave of public reaction, getting more than 700 responses.
It’s going to be perfect conditions for tomorrow’s AFL grand final at Optus Stadium, with the Weather Bureau forecasting partly cloudy but rain-free skies for the first-ever decider played in Perth.
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