A Harvey athlete somersaulted his way through to the grand final in the Ninja Warrior television series.
Harvey Water has said a new partnership with a South West industrial park was not the reason the Harvey Dam this year dropped to its lowest level since 2011.
A new carnival is coming to Harvey in an attempt to lift spirits and celebrate the region’s produce.
Yarloop residents air workshops woes
The friendly face at the Yarloop Post Office has decided to hang up his hat after more than a decade of service to the town.
In our Days Gone By series, we go back in time to tell the stories of proud West Australians. Featured this week is Pam and Bob Atkinson who ran the Harvey Caravan Park for many years before retiring.
People from Perth have expressed interest in moving to the South West.
If you look through your mother’s wardrobe, you may find a gorgeous garment hand-stitched by Harvey’s famous dressmaker Maria Cusmano.
One of Australia’s most loved television stars will be heading to Harvey this month as part of a hilarious regional comedy tour
New businesses have been popping up in the heart of Harvey, despite the challenging economic climate.
No jobs will be lost at the NAB Bank branch in Waroona, despite the significant reduction in trading hours.
South West dairy farmers will benefit from the return of a popular Brownes cheese product.
For Italian-Australian families around the region, “pig day” is an unshakable winter tradition.
Shadow treasurer and Opposition energy spokesman Dean Nalder joined Liberal candidate for Murray-Wellington Michelle Boylan on a tour around Harvey and Waroona last week.
It has been one year since the FOGO bin scheme was adopted by the Harvey Shire Council, with figures showing an enormous reduction in organic waste going to landfill.
Harvey Water has confirmed that several farmers have used more than their allocated water supply for the season.
Farming and football are Dylan Marino’s two passions.
Two talented netball players from Harvey and Waroona have reached for the stars — and the ring — in a thrilling game for the West Australian All-Stars.
As South West children return to junior sport, Cancer Council WA, through its LiveLighter program, is urging parents to be aware of the foods and drinks children are exposed to.
Australind police are continuing to target and disrupt the supply of illegal drugs in the community by conducting two to three search warrants each week.
Would you get Premier Mark McGowan’s signature tattooed on your body? One Cookernup resident has.
A new cafe in Treendale has paid tribute to traditional land owners and the Noongar community.
Preston Beach was inundated with tourists last week, with families opting to head to the seaside town for the first school holidays since COVID-19 travel restrictions were lifted.
Fancy a meat pie at 3am? MC’s Bakery and Patisserie has you covered.
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