Harvey and Yarloop police seized cannabis and drug paraphernalia from properties in Harvey and Wokalup on May 8 with the help of a police detection dog from Perth.
She is a universal farmer with a love of animals and a passion for regenerative agriculture.
St Michael’s parishioners in Brunswick had their first Mass in 60 days following the relaxation of COVID-19 social gathering restrictions.
Dr Robert (Bob) John Chapman was the respected pastor of Yarloop Christian Fellowship who lived an adventure-filled life with his family, friends and community.
There are plenty of talented ruckmen who can not only lead in the centre square on game day, but also lead by example off the field.
Students at Harvey Primary School have been doing push-ups for a good cause this month.
The Harvey Shire Council has put a call out for information and images of the old Point Douro speedway in Australind which operated circa 1970.
Sienna Deane grew up on her family’s farm in Brunswick and decided to pursue her love of high-end fashion and all things frilly.
More resources for Harvey’s youth may be headed for the town after a proposal to develop a Youth Strategy was discussed at the Harvey Shire Council meeting last week.
The newly-built Harvey War Memorial could soon get another facelift following the proposed addition of interpretive signage throughout the historic site.
A Harvey shire councillor has expressed concern over having to re-take training modules in order to sit on the council.
This year marks the 100-year anniversary of the tragic Mornington train crash that killed nine people just 10km from the Harvey townsite.
Accommodation providers in Harvey have been booked out for the upcoming long weekend following the removal of the South West regional boundary checkpoints.
Waroona could get a vibrant face lift following a $20,000 grant to support mental health and spruce up the town centre.
The Harvey community has mourned the one year anniversary of Lockie Hernaman, an adored son and friend, protective big brother and talented footballer.
The Harvey-Waroona Reporter has been published for 40 years. In Reporter Rewind this week, Briana Fiore looks at what was making news in November 1992
Staff at Harvey Senior High School have been sweating for a good cause this month and are participating in a push-up challenge to create awareness for mental health.
After two months of being closed, recreation centres around WA have been given the green light to reopen.
Volunteers are said to be the backbone of the community. They dedicate their time to making a difference and offering support in times of need — something the Australind SES crew never shy away from.
International Nurses Day fell on May 12, but for many hardworking nurses in the frontline of the pandemic, that day was just another vital day of service.
The removal of certain regional boundaries has created travel opportunities for people from the Perth and Peel regions to visit the State’s south for the first time in two months.
The Brunswick River Cottages’ “lease for life” complex is nearing completion and expected to be finished before the end of June.
Binningup residents have ramped up their protest efforts against the proposed limestone pit headed for their town, this time turning to car stickers to voice their disapproval.
St Anne’s Primary School students from the past 15 years probably remember chats with their treasured school gardener Arthur Hall.
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