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.
South West green thumbs have been urged to check their citrus trees for a destructive pest before moving them, after a citrus gall wasp was recently found in a plant at a Bunbury nursery.
The $852 million Bunbury Outer Ring Road is one step closer to reality, with Southwest Connex Alliance named as the preferred proponent to design and build the project.
Bunbury families are in for a treat as a “magical reading egg” calls the library home for a week as part of the Paint the Town REaD campaign encouraging reading to young children.
New medical cannabis manufacturing facilities in the South West have been awarded $300,000 in State Government funding.
A South West District police officer has pleaded not guilty to assaulting a man hospitalised after a car crash.
Aside from having the responsibility of plotting the downfall of reigning premiers South Bunbury on Saturday at Hands Oval, Bunbury women’s coach Glenn Obal is also faced with another dilemma.
Community spirit and connection are behind a new podcast series delivered by the Dardanup Shire Council, sharing the experiences of successful and hard-working people with others from the same region.
Stories and recollections of the historic Collie Roundhouse will be at the centre of restoration work due to be undertaken at the site.
Eaton Boomers coach Darren Rigby is keen for his side to play a committed brand of football moving forward, as his side aims to bounce back.
The Australian Manufacturing Workers’ Union claims the ongoing dispute between Griffin Coal and Bluewaters Power Station is causing its members unnecessary stress and anxiety.
The Collie Art Gallery will return to its roots later this month with an exhibition showcasing the bequest of West Australian art dealer Claude Hotchin.
Every city has at least one great sporting rivalry. Perth has Fremantle and West Coast, Liverpool has Everton and Liverpool, and Bunbury has the Bulldogs and the Tigers.
Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault coach John Baggetta is keen for his men to go about their business as usual against the Collie Eagles on Saturday at the Collie Recreation Ground.
Depth at colts and reserves level is not an issue for the Bunbury Football Club at the moment, which has left Bulldogs coach Jamie Nani with some interesting selection meetings ahead of him.
The transformation of the Donnybrook town centre is full steam ahead, after a South West builder was announced as the contractor for the revitalisation project.
Saturday’s victory over the Harvey Bulls at Gloucester Park was warmly received by Augusta-Margaret River coach Matt Jamieson.
Stopping Western Roar goal attack Tess Gee-Cransberg could go a long way towards winning tomorrow night’s WANL clash at the Gold Netball Centre, according to ECU Souwest Jets coach Erin Culnane.
The Printsync South West Slammers women’s team will do battle against the East Perth Eagles on Saturday afternoon at the Herb Graham Recreation Centre
Ahead of Saturday night’s West Coast Classic match-up against the East Perth Eagles in Perth, Printsync South West Slammers men’s coach Mark Worthington is keen for his defence to settle.
Bunbury continued its winning start to the women’s competition under Glenn Obal with a gritty 4.9 (33) to 1.3 (9) victory over a rising Eaton Boomers at Payne Park on Sunday.
Bunbury improved to 3-0 after thrashing an out-of-sorts Eaton Boomers by 60 points at Payne Park on Sunday.
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