Harvey-Benger’s Year 6 team finished their first year in the Bunbury and Districts Junior Cricket Association on the weekend.
Men’s shed members from Mandurah through to Albany were invited to a health event at the Leschenault Leisure Centre last week.
More than 600 people from the South West, Perth and interstate were wined and dined on Sunday at the annual Chefs’ Long Table Charity Lunch fundraiser event.
Bunbury’s Bicentennial Square was coloured by culture on Saturday as thousands turned up to celebrate the South West Multicultural Festival.
This Geraldton born Deacon has become the first convert to the Greek Orthodox Church in WA to be ordained.
About 8.30pm, a rubber-tyred chip dozer, working atop one of the port’s woodchip stockpiles, caught fire in the engine compartment, causing oil to spill onto the woodchips beneath it and catch fire.
A South West man was found with 20,000 images and 1980 videos.
Filling two of Bunbury Regional Art Gallery’s biggest gallery spaces, the South Western Times Art 2020 exhibition officially kicked off on Friday.
Winemakers in the region are raising a glass to celebrate a bumper crop of fruit this season.
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Fremantle council will not go ahead with renaming Kings Square after a legendary Noongar leader - at least for the moment - after the council voted to engage the public on potential names instead.
WA footy great Graham Farmer has become the first Aussie rules player diagnosed with chronic traumatic encephalopathy, a crippling neurological disorder that changed the landscape of American sport.
The former accountant who dealt with the business affairs of Peter Wright denied he was ever instructed by two of the late iron ore pioneer’s children to hide information from their younger brother.
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