A former teacher from a privately run South West school is facing accusations that he collected vile sexual images of children.
Holly Prentice and Bethany Hiatt
Bunbury has recorded its hottest night on record, with temperatures failing to fall below 27.2C on Monday morning.
Sean Van Der Wielen & Gabrielle Waite
The Shire of Dardanup voted to approve a 20m-high sign for two highway service stations proposed for the Bunbury Outer Ring Road, but not an additional 8m-high sign for the proposed co-located McDonald’s.
Sean Van Der Wielen
With an increase of nearly 10 per cent over the past 12 months, Bunbury median house prices are pushing closer to half a million dollars.
The Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre (BREC) has partnered with Alliance Francaise Perth to bring the French Film Festival to Bunbury in April.
The family of Australind open water swimmer Kyle Lee have expressed their pride after the 21-year-old booked his place in this year’s Paris Olympics earlier this month.
A new pavilion in Eaton named after two of the area’s greatest community contributors has been officially opened.
Teenage sisters Neve and Tana are gearing up to complete the Rottnest Channel Swim this weekend.
Bunbury mayor Jaysen Miguel says news of the cancellation of this year’s Groovin’ The Moo festival has come as a shock.
Tornadoes Red have secured a double chance in the Bunbury Senior Basketball League women’s A-grade finals with a 24-point win over Conquerors.
Ahead of a busy year, senior students at Eaton Community College got to enjoy themselves at their school ball.
The City of Perth council is set to make a decision on opening a shelter for women in Northbridge after it closed its East Perth shelter almost four months ago.
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A young father can be revealed as the man who died in a horrific dirt bike crash during a police pursuit on Wednesday night.
Caleb Runciman, Troy de Ruyter and Dylan Caporn
A serving WA Police officer has tragically died after she took her own life in regional WA.
The Henderson shipbuilder says the prospect of billions of dollars in work from the Royal Australian Navy enables it to offer long-term job security and careers for the first time.
Excitement filled the wards of Perth Children’s Hospital when the sick kids had a special visit from WWE superstars before they take it to the ring on Saturday night.
WA gas producers have been put on notice they must comply with both the ‘spirit’ and the letter of the State’s flagship domestic reservation policy – or risk sweeping government interventions.
The Woolworths chief executive has accumulated hundreds of thousands of shares and performance rights over his 13 years with the retailer.
A WA horse trainer has earned a conditional suspended jail order and was declared a drug trafficker after a search warrant in February 2023 uncovered 26 cannabis plants.
WA’s main road link across the Nullarbor to the Eastern States remains closed as a bushfire rages in an unpredictable manner near Balladonia Roadhouse.
The City of Greater Geraldton is set to write off an outstanding debt of $90,329.17 because Virgin Australia Regional Airlines is unable to pay up.
The historic sex allegations levelled against former Broome bishop, Christopher Saunders have been described by his successor, Geraldton’s Catholic Bishop Michael Morrissey, as “serious and deeply distressing”.
Passionate locals eager to make a difference will head to Fisherman’s Wharf to pick up debris collected from the Abrolhos Islands and transform trash into treasure for another year of Flotsam and Jetsam.
More than 30 emergency service personnel from Geraldton and Kalbarri will travel to Carnarvon in preparation for ex-tropical cyclone Lincoln, which is expected to impact the Gascoyne region at the weekend.
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China is gearing up to showcase its narrow-body passenger jet to a global audience for the first time at the Singapore Airshow.
The new model, called Sora, allows a user to type out a desired scene and turns it into a high-definition video clip.
Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk has to testify in a probe by the US Securities and Exchange Commission concerning his 2022 acquisition of Twitter, a US judge ordered in a court filing out Saturday.
Evalyn Clow lives every day knowing that her sister Karen MacKenzie, nephew Daniel, 16, and nieces Amara, 7, and Katrina, 5, are dead while their murderer continues to draw breath.
Christian Porter has failed to have a case alleging a Toodyay real estate agent breached WA’s Aboriginal Heritage Act thrown out of court despite highlighting an inaccurate online database of site boundaries.
Rebecca Le May
Perth is set to retake the national property crown this year with double-digit price growth, according to ANZ economists.
A Perth primary school has been forced to assign an extra staff member to its kindergarten to help three and four-year-olds use adult-sized portaloos while blocked toilets are being fixed.
After a week of preparation — the longest and most intense ever for an Optus Stadium event — the stage is set for a history-making WWE Elimination Chamber in front of more than 40,000 rabid wrestling fans.
Cynthia Lu may be one half of the duo behind a builder that has left desperate homeowners in the lurch, but that doesn’t appear to have stopped her from publicising her lavish lifestyle.
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