Four out of five doctors at Bunbury Hospital say the bad culture at the issue-plagued facility had a negative impact on service delivery to patients.
An application for a budget funeral provider to extend its services to a vacant building in the Bunbury CBD sparked debate at an ordinary council meeting last week.
Owners of a well-respected budget funeral service were left twiddling their thumbs in the audience while elected members went back and forth about tedious elements of their proposal.
Deep in the Ferguson Valley hidden among the trees and natural bushland lies a magical treasure trove with thousands of petite, peculiar and picturesque ornament figures.
In March 2019 at the Bunbury Regional Art Gallery’s Convent Gallery, an anxious Joanne Baitz hosted her first exhibition opening.
The City of Bunbury’s Youth Week activities continued this week, with kids jumping in to an Amazing Race-inspired challenge around the streets of the Bunbury CBD.
Two South West products featured as WA lost the Marsh Cup one-day final to NSW at Bankstown Oval on Sunday.
Twenty years on, a premiership reunion, a throwback jumper, and a fundraiser for a special mate will mark one of the Bunbury Bulldog’s greatest triumphs.
Despite a slow start, the Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault Lions roared to success on Saturday by toppling a formidable Busselton Magpies outfit at Bovell Park.
The Harvey Bulls have recorded the biggest-ever winning margin in the history of the SWFL women’s competition, defeating Carey Park 19.12 (126) to 0.0 (0) at the Harvey Recreation Ground.
Busselton Magpies keep Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault Lions scoreless in round one victory.
Bunbury wins tug of war contest against Carey Park, plus all of the action from round two of South West Netball Football League.
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Former St Kilda forward Tom Lee booted nine goals on debut, two ex-Dockers teamed up for Pinjarra, while several other household names had a kick in the country.
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Reporter Ben Downie describes the visceral chaos he experienced while covering tropical cyclone Seroja in Kalbarri.
The outpouring of support in response to ex-Tropical Cyclone Seroja has been immense, with almost $3 million already raised for survivors of the catastrophic storm.
German discount supermarket giant Aldi has submitted a development application to open a store in Kalgoorlie-Boulder
The mass of chefs, bartenders, and waiters who suddenly found themselves unemployed when their workplace was destroyed by fire this week have been snatched up by hospitality venues in the South West.
Living with a big family on a Wheatbelt farm filled with feisty yabbies is not exactly where Mary Nenke thought she would be when she was growing up.
It’s been five years since Mitch Morton’s crippling anxiety became too much to play the sport he loves at any level. But, after winning his battle, he’s back for his junior club this weekend.
A drug dealer who fatally shot a Rebels nominee recruited by the gang’s slain chief Nick Martin over a $700 drug debt has been released on parole after a decade in prison.
Police patrolling Northbridge overnight found themselves adopting a different role — that of firefighter.
Telethon’s longtime auctioneer Ron Farris, who dedicated himself over many years to help WA’s famous fundraiser and numerous other charitable causes, has died at the age of 79.
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