The Capel Horse and Pony Club has received a $3750 grant from the Capel Shire Council as part of a community support scheme.
A farm camp for people in the criminal justice system has been proposed along Forrest Highway directly behind Settler’s Road House at Myalup.
The WA Liberal Party dived into its election promises at the weekend when it announced a $3.5 million ocean pool at Bunbury’s Wyalup-Rocky Point.
Groovin’ The Moo looks set to go ahead in regional towns and centres this year with show dates in six locations around Australia listed on the website’s homepage.
Waroona accommodation site Lake Navarino will not reopen lakeside camping this Australia Day and the owners have been advised by government authorities to keep it closed due to continuous violent
In its very first year of existence, Our Lady of Mercy College in Australind has ranked No.1 in regional WA, according to the median ATAR results achieved in 2020.
Complaints have rolled in about the behaviour at Harvey Dam this marron season.
Several residents living near Timperely Road have voiced concerns over an affordable housing project that is nearing completion.
The Bunbury Musical Comedy Group is set to raise the roof on 2021 following a recent announcement from Bunbury MLA Don Punch.
Bunbury historian Bernhard Bischoff is hosting an exhibition over the summer showcasing photographs he has taken of Bunbury’s basalt over the years.
In what was a tough year for West Australian leavers, the 2020 cohort produced some outstanding ATAR results, proving that not even a global pandemic could get in the way of their studies.
Bunbury port has produced a record trade result for the month of December after exceeding 1.8 million tonnes in exports for the first time in its history.
The future of Bunbury’s free overnight rest stops for travellers hangs in the balance after the trial came to a close at the end of the year.
Journey down the rabbit hole into wonderland because it’s time for tea at the Stirling Street Arts Centre.
Bunbury addiction support organisation Doors Wide Open has secured a sustainable future in the community, after it was granted more than $77,000 in Lotterywest funding.
Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre is hosting 44 screenings of 12 films from nine countries this month as part of its annual International Film Festival.
A dairy farmer from New Zealand has seized an opportunity to bring ice-cold treats to Bunbury’s CBD with the opening of his latest business venture.
Crews from around the South West and Peel regions came together last week to commemorate the fifth anniversary of the Yarloop fire.
Take off for the Busselton to Melbourne direct flight route was delayed once again on the back of WA’s border closure with Victoria.
The Bunbury Geographe Motor Museum had a revving good holiday period with people lined up to explore inside.
Bunbury and Dalyellup residents will have more reason to smile after an announcement from the Department of Health that fluoride will be added to the public water supply for the areas.
Work has started on a southbound dual lane on Eaton Drive to meet the growing demand of traffic in the area.
Driving past the glossy exterior of a rebuilt Yarloop on the fifth anniversary of the fire, you could be forgiven for believing the town has recovered after the brutal blaze that killed two peop...
When most people say they are going to work “down south”, they tend to mean somewhere in the South West region, but one Bunbury resident has taken that to new levels.
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