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.
The phrase of the day was “let it rip” as more than 40 parents and children battled it out for their chance to come out on top in the Bunbury Beyblade Club’s tournament on Saturday.
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.
Respected Australian wine writer and critic James Halliday has made his declarations of the top wines in the country, with a Geographe winery taking out a spot in the top 10 best new wineries.
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.
Transport and roads and recreation and culture are two main focuses of the Capel Shire Council’s 2020-21 budget, with $8.9 million allocated for capital works.
Carey Park coach Richard Barnard was easily the happiest person at Kelly Park on Saturday night.
A swashbuckling final quarter from Augusta-Margaret River against Donnybrook at Gloucester Park had Hawks coach Matt Jamieson up and about.
With the end of winter fast approaching, Bunbury is on track for average rainfall this season.
Payne Park’s drainage is set to be tested on Sunday afternoon, with driving rain predicted ahead of the highly anticipated league showdown between Bunbury and Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault.
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In the lead up to the big game, Slammers coach Mark Worthington has urged his players to stop “leaving points on the table” through missed lay ups or free-throws, as they aim to beat the Hawks.
Printsync South West Slammers women’s coach Nathan Grover believes forcing the Perry Lakes Hawks into uncomfortable inside looks could impact their offensive productivity.
Undefeated women’s sides Busselton and South Bunbury will go head to head at Sir Stewart Bovell Park on Saturday afternoon.
It was a rough trip to the Herb Graham Recreation Centre for the Printsync South West Slammers on Saturday night.
Carey Park broke through for their first win of the SWFL season after defeating a gallant Harvey Bulls by 28 points at Kelly Park on Saturday afternoon.
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