The South West Health Campus has changed visiting hours in a bid to further protect patients from infectious viruses, including COVID-19.
Popular ride-share platform, Didi, launched in Bunbury and Busselton earlier this week and Daniel Leung is among one of the first to register as a driver.
Staff at the Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre have been busy working on a five-week series of Saturday night performances known as Reboot.
Dardanup Shire Council has adopted its four-year 2020-21 corporate business plan and budget with a zero per cent rates increase.
A well-loved Donnybrook park that has played host to generations of children’s birthday parties is being relocated to make way for housing.
Glen Huon Primary School students have been given the opportunity to learn about the cultural importance of water from Noongar artist Tahlia Bennell.
As wildflower season begins, enthusiasts are being urged to “take nothing but pictures and leave nothing but footprints” as they venture out to take a look at some of the South West’s stunning flora.
Tourism WA is asking West Australians to contribute to its vision for the future, through a series of workshops allowing tourism operators to share their experiences.
A lack of volunteers to help run the cafe and museum forced the Collie Railway Station to close its doors at the weekend.
A Harvey athlete somersaulted his way through to the grand final in the Ninja Warrior television series.
When Leon and Anne-Maree Jones decided to renovate their home on Charley Creek Road in Donnybrook, they could not have imagined they would stumble upon a hidden message from the past.
After failing high school “dismally”, being on the dole for two years and working in various radio stations, Ferguson Valley resident Josh Langley is living example of a risk paying off.
Prepare to be transported to a world of nostalgia, with the launch of the Bunbury Beyblade Club.
Creativity of local students is being brought out of the classroom and put on display at Des Ugle Park.
A South West man has avoided jail time for his “five seconds of stupidity” and was granted a second chance after he was caught riding a motorcycle at 63km/h over the speed limit.
Primary students at Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School travelled around the world on Wednesday as they took part in a multicultural dress-up day.
Major Bunbury industrial projects have received a boost as part of the State Government’s $330 million investment for industry development work and projects.
An incredible act of kindness and community spirit has put the “pushbike” back in “Pushbike Bill”.
Australian engineering giant Monadelphous is the first corporate partner of the Graham (Polly) Farmer Foundation’s Follow the Dream program.
Bunbury Primary School associate principal Franca Dillon says fitness and family are behind the school’s brand new play equipment.
The Department of Justice is hosting free information sessions about wills and deceased estates in the South West next month.
A South West District police officer has pleaded not guilty to assaulting a man hospitalised after a car crash.
Community spirit and connection are behind a new podcast series delivered by the Dardanup Shire Council, sharing the experiences of successful and hard-working people with others from the same region.
Stories and recollections of the historic Collie Roundhouse will be at the centre of restoration work due to be undertaken at the site.
© West Australian Newspapers Limited 2020