A punctured lung, broken leg, jaw, ribs and several broken fingers are just a few of the injuries Boyanup-Capel-Dardanup Football Club legend Malcom “Chick” Elson has suffered in his career.
Bunbury City Council is dreaming big, with aspirations of becoming the State’s first digital city — plans for which were detailed last week.
A week of crime in Eaton has left the community frustrated and calling for action, with one resident saying she did not feel safe at night after witnessing an attack.
South West schools won three of the four awards on offer in the Statewide United Nations Association of Australia education competition.
While COVID-19 seems to be at bay in WA, Ross River virus is not.
Footy Colours Day is a longstanding tradition at many schools and workplaces across Australia but this year, one South West business took it a step further and wore the colours for a whole week.
Men’s Sheds around Australia will be celebrated this week.
Dozens of guests filled the Dolphin Discovery Centre on Wednesday night to attend the Bunbury Geographe Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s annual President’s Dinner.
A recent donation from a local company will help volunteers at the Bunbury Volunteer Fire and Rescue Service get out to jobs more efficiently.
A significant reduction in TAFE fees coupled with people’s desire to reskill has led to a 21 per cent increase in enrolments at TAFE schools in the South West.
A memorandum of understanding was signed by Synergy and three West Australian unions last week to ensure a smooth transition for workers affected by the Muja Power Station retirement.
The Bunbury Regional Art Gallery was in full bloom over the weekend for the annual Blooming Arts Festival.
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WA football’s night of nights was back in a big way when this year’s Sandover Medal count was held at Crown Perth tonight.
Mitchell Woodcock and Krystal Sanders
An astrophysicist striving to solve problems as wide as the universe and a pioneer in the study of life’s smallest building blocks are this year’s joint winners of WA’s most prestigious science award.
Fremantle’s physio of 25 years Jeff Boyle will leave the club after completing post-season physical assessments.
The prosecution has accused Geraldton mayor Shane Van Styn of constructing a story after he denied punching a man at a Kalbarri hotel in 2019, saying he simply raised his hand to push the man away.
The man who accused Geraldton mayor Shane Van Styn of assaulting him at a Kalbarri hotel last year was antagonising patrons on the night, a court has been told.
A massive East Kimberley storm that flipped planes over like toys has been described as a ‘horrible blow’ for the local tourism industry still struggling with the affects of COVID-19.
Police are investigating after a woman was found dead in WA's Mid West today.
A former bartender giving evidence in the trial of Geraldton mayor Shane Van Styn for alleged assault says she saw him punch a man in the face, but the cross-examination cast doubt over her statement.
A Norseman man accused of fatally stabbing another man during an argument at a West Kambalda house will stand trial over the alleged crime.
Telstra has broken its silence and apologised for its most notorious staff member — Claremont killer Bradley Edwards — saying it recognised ‘the enormous harm and grief many people have experienced’.
Shannon Hampton and Tim Clarke
When Australian Border Force officers searched a package being sent to a Perth address, the made a disturbing discovery.
Premier Mark McGowan has mounted an economic argument for keeping the border closed, saying WA will lose jobs and tourists if it relaxes interstate travel restrictions.
Paramedics are treating a person after a helicopter crash-landed in a training field in Perth’s south.
Prominent WA businessman John Poynton has told the inquiry he knew of James Packer’s plan to sell a stake in Crown but says he did not believe he had a responsibility to inform fellow directors.
The State’s rebound from the coronavirus is leading the nation, with the number of positions available nearly doubling in the three months to the end of August.
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