The Bunbury and Districts Cricket Association has named a 25-man squad for the opening two games of the Country Cup, headlined by two new big-name recruits and a number of juniors.
Hay Park defied a top-order wobble to push past Donnybrook at the weekend and produce their first 2-0 start since their debut season — more than a decade ago.
A man who had been living out of his caravan at a Collie campsite for the past 17 years has fronted court accused of swinging a machete at a complete stranger while they were camping.
Thrifty fashion fanatics and cocktail connoisseurs will come together for a night of dancing and entertainment for this year’s annual Rotary “Cocktail” Op Shop Ball.
The Shire of Dardanup will welcome a new councillor this week after first-time candidate Ellen Lilly rocked the vote to earn herself a seat on the council.
Beach safety has been given a boost in the lead up to summer thanks to the installation of automated shark detection towers.
Chemicals leaching into groundwater from a South West landfill site were identified in July, according to the Department of Water and Environmental Regulation.
Biodiversity and cultural and community values are at the core of the management plan for the newly-created Kalgulup Regional Park.
Rotary members collected the donated food in the last week of term three, finding themselves with a record-breaking total of 10,033 cans.
Shire of Donnybrook-Balingup Shire President Brian Piesse says he feels an 8.6 per cent rate rise was behind him being dumped from council at Saturday night’s election.
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“What do we want? Climate action.”“When do we want it? Now.” Those were the words of a group of Bunbury students and community members who joined the National Climate Strike today.
South West FIFO workers will have an easier trek to work, as Fortescue Metals Group celebrates its inaugural flight from Busselton.
She may have scaled the peak of the world’s most lucrative individual sport, but Shani Waugh is excited at the prospect of leading a team in what she considers her “favourite sport in the world”.
One started the season with a dominant win thanks to a swashbuckling ton, while the other very nearly slipped up on a banana peel double-figure target.
All six BDCA women’s captains spoke with Jackson Barrett ahead of the season’s opening round.
A member of the anti-vax business alliance in the South West believes former US president Donald Trump will save the world from an international secret group de-populating the globe.
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South Bunbury have unveiled their senior coach for 2022 and beyond, with Donnybrook premiership coach Julian Burgess to take the reins.
A South West war veteran heralded for his disability advocacy is launching a new leadership course for people living with a disability — and it hits Bunbury this month.
A group of South West retailers opposed to COVID-19 vaccines have united in a bizarre bid to allow the public to shop with businesses which they claim “support human rights”.
But the best was yet to come for Blues fans.
A local dog club have managed to get their paws on an opportunity to trial a new home for training and events.
A 27-year-old man has been spared having a conviction recorded for breaching his two-week quarantine when he moved to WA from Victoria.
Connection to community is a key part of maintaining positive mental health, according to a South West volunteer resources provider.
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