South West sporting facilities are set to receive an $11 million upgrade, after new funding was announced for major improvements to Hands Oval and a multi-sports precinct in Donnybrook.
Winter can be difficult for those without a home, which is why a South West support agency is offering extra help this National Homelessness Week.
The Department of Justice is hosting free information sessions about wills and deceased estates in the South West next month.
The rising staff costs for the Shire of Augusta-Margaret River’s HEART development have cast doubt on the City of Busselton’s estimated staff costs at the proposed BEACH project.
The miraculous survival of Dunsborough surfer Phil Mummert from a shark attack at Bunker Bay has renewed calls for more VR4 receivers for public safety.
Dunsborough resident Peter Kalbfell is campaigning for changes to make launching a boat in Dunsborough easier.
Possums love fruit trees. In urban areas where much of the native forest has disappeared, fruit trees can be irresistible to Brushtail and Western Ringtail possums.
Cinefestoz Film Festival has named four finalists in the running for the top prize in its inaugural Short Film Competition.
Start your engines because the Make Smoking History Targa South West is back with the traditional tarmac rally under way tomorrow in Pemberton under strict COVID-19 rules.
Despite a second-half brace of goals by promising winger John Nguyen, CMI Busselton City suffered a 4-2 loss to Dynamos on Sunday.
A defensive press and accountable midfield will be the focus for the Busselton Magpies on Saturday afternoon when they travel to Glen Huon Reserve to face last year’s grand finalists — Eaton Boomers.
Saturday’s victory over the Harvey Bulls at Gloucester Park was warmly received by Augusta-Margaret River coach Matt Jamieson.
If night fishing isn’t enough to satisfy your nocturnal marine desires the Busselton Jetty is offering a chance to stay overnight in the Underwater Observatory.
Talented young locals will have a chance to strut their stuff at a new community initiative at Prevelly’s Sea Garden Cafe this month.
As aged care COVID-19 casualties continue to rise in the east, South West nursing homes have updated their protocols and procedures to better prepare for a possible second wave.
Senior Aboriginal elder and former West Australian of the year Robert Isaacs has called for Bussell Highway to be renamed, or dual-named, to recognise his great-grandfather Sam Isaacs.
While South West farms looked high and low for their usual backpackers, Rural Enterprises teamed up with the Harvest Trail Services initiative to provide farmers with local workers.
Curtin University is moving to improve engagement with South West general practitioners in the delivery of emergency services as part of a Country Health Innovation Program.
Dunsborough NAB customers used to face-to-face banking will have a narrower timeframe to meet with bank staff, with the company moving to a mostly online banking service.
Sensational netballer Charlie Allen, 17, was the Busselton Freight Services Rising Sports Star for April and hoped to trial for WA State next month.
Geographe farmers appreciate the chance to learn about their paddocks via the annual summer soil testing program with GeoCatch.
Aboriginal elder and former West Australian of the year Robert Isaacs has called for Bussell Highway to be renamed, or dual-named, to recognise his great-grandfather Sam Isaacs.
Opposition to a bid by five leading wineries to establish a distinct sub-region for Wilyabrup wines has exposed a rift within the local wine sector.
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