Low numbers in the under-16 and under-19 girls’ competitions have resulted in the combining of the two grades.
Round 2 of the Bridgetown Basketball Association’s season took place on Thursday, with several teams making flying starts to their seasons.
Kearnan College and Bridgetown Netball Association sent teams to the Susan Fuhrmann carnival held in Busselton on October 18.
Bridgetown Bulldogs star midfielder Hugh Mitchell has shown that he can do the business in other leagues, taking home the Augusta-Margaret River Hawks’ Best and Fairest Award.
The Warren-Blackwood Cricket Association will hit the pitch for its opening weekend this Saturday.
Emergency services volunteers exchanged uniforms for formal wear as part of the 2020 WA Fire and Emergency Services conference.
The 32nd Nannup Music Festival will return next year, with tickets on sale next week.
Pets of Older People Boyup Brook is looking for volunteers to help with caring for the elderly’s pets.
Alterra has planted the first avocado trees at its planned 300ha Carpenters Project in Pemberton, as part of a feasibility study.
Students around the region enjoyed Scitech’s blend of education and entertainment last week.
Manjimup Apex Club has decided to hold its annual Senior Citizens Christmas Lunch after much consideration and community consultation.
After 23 years as part of the Manjimup Senior High School community, principal Kerry Mather will say goodbye at the end of the term.
A group of Bridgetown quilters have found a way to pass the pandemic by taking part in a quilting project co-ordinated by Anne Dost from Sew Gentle Era.
Warren-Donnelly farmers have had a victory in their battle for access to water from springs after a Parliamentary report cast doubt on the spring water governance process.
The late Alf Bussell was a unique character in civic life in Bunbury and the South West.
But in a glimmer of hope for the industry, the value of wine shipped to global customers rose as drinkers sought out our premium drops.
A 56-year-old West Busselton man has been charged after he allegedly breached hotel Quarantine after arriving at Perth Airport from Singapore last Friday.
An accommodation site proposed for rural workers in Parkfield has ruffled councillors’ feathers at a recent Harvey Shire Council briefing session.
Murray-Wellington MLA Robyn Clarke has accused the Liberal candidate for the region Michelle Boylan of circulating a “misleading petition” on Facebook.
This week we are ditching the rolling pins for bottle caps as we talk to home-brew enthusiast and Brunswick brewing competition winner John Marcus.
Brunswick Men’s Shed members have been busy building a replica wheelbarrow to help preserve a piece of Harvey’s history.
Students at St Michael’s Primary School in Brunswick have been fundraising tirelessly to build a new nature playground.
There may not have been a Brunswick Show this year, however there was a sausage and beer festival to take its place.
Storybook characters came to life at Harvey Primary School on Wednesday as students celebrated Book Week.
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