Producers are being reminded to remove or fence off items containing lead from grazing paddocks after several recent cattle deaths on two South West properties.
Jodie Spencer reached out to the people of Collie for help to raise money for what could be life-changing surgery for her son, and received a response quicker and greater than she could have imagined.
The South West is set to benefit from the newly announced WA Recovery College, with the region included in the first phase of the roll-out of the new program.
A piece of Collie’s industrial heritage could be home to a new occupant, with the National Trust of Western Australia calling for Expressions of Interests to “lease and adapt” the Collie Roundhouse.
New Bunbury Museum and Heritage Centre curator Jenny Scott says building awareness around the museum and Bunbury’s history will be the number one priority in her new role.
It was only a couple of years ago that Bunbury footballer Ella Smith was told her kicking was not up to scratch and to go back and work on her skills before trialling for a State squad again.
Rental vacancy rates in the South West have dropped rapidly as people struggle to find somewhere to live.
It took Bunbury resident Sunè Van Zyl six months, three flights and about $10,000 to return to Perth after being stuck in South Africa due to the global pandemic.
Nannup is hosting its first Art Trail, which kicks off tomorrow.
Bunbury city councillor, former journalist and Firey Productions director James Hayward will run for a South West Upper House seat in the 2021 State Election.
Students at Carey Park Primary School have been getting creative ahead of their annual Art Show event.
A project that has been in the making for five years will be officially opened this weekend, providing the Bunbury community with a new resource.
After the COVID-19 pandemic threw a spanner in the works, the Australind and District Senior Citizens’ Club is back to please with its variety show.
A new support service dedicated to domestic and family violence has launched for regional Western Australia, with Bunbury among the 16 pilot areas.
Browse what’s going on in the Bunbury area — events, workshops, volunteer positions and more.
A South West driving program has put the call out for more volunteers after seeing a boost in the number of young people wanting to use the service since restrictions eased.
A new website is aiming to connect food producers with local governments and other organisations providing food security services.
Picton Primary School students and parents opted against buses, cars and other forms of transport to join staff in walking to school for the annual Walk Safely to School Day on Friday.
Police men and women who lost their lives while on duty where honoured on Sunday with a Police Remembrance Ride between the Bunbury Police Station and the police memorial in Joondalup.
Bunbury’s homeless community is set to receive a helping hand in the coming months, after a milestone was reached in the Tiny Houses project last week.
Equipped with the knowledge they would be playing each other again in the first week of the finals series, Collie won hosting rights for the elimination final, defeating Eaton by 48 points.
A 21-year-old pregnant woman from Collie who spat at, bit and scratched police officers has been given a chance to “treat her underlying psychological issues”.
Summer in Bunbury is shaping up to be exciting with an impressive line-up of events on the horizon, thanks to the Bunbury City Council’s latest grant funding program.
Students at Newton Moore Senior High School celebrated mental health awareness on Thursday for R U OK Day.
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