Entries have opened for one of WA’s favourite adventure races — the Eagle Bay Epic.
A South West police officer has left the force after a woman claiming to have COVID-19 bit her and coughed on her during an arrest.
A plan to bring a regular multi-day festival to the South West has been dashed after Busselton City council rejected a motion because of its potential impacts to local farmers.
The State’s peak environmental protection organisation has opted to fully assess the controversial Smiths Beach Project for a second time after overwhelming community concern earlier this month.
The State Government has responded to Busselton’s antivax community, declining calls to end COVID-19 regulations and outlining plans to integrate them into the Public Health Act.
The region’s emergency service workers and volunteers will be celebrated this weekend in a parade down Dunsborough’s main drag.
Preparations for the region’s highly anticipated CinefestOZ have ramped up, with organisers on the hunt for passionate volunteers to help bring the festival to life.
The City of Busselton will host its first Reconciliation Walk this month to celebrate the relationship with traditional owners and Aboriginal people in the region.
Plans to relocate and restore Busselton’s war memorial will soon begin rolling as the local RSL sub-branch celebrates a significant cash injection into the project.
The man behind the Out of the Woods Festival is set to propose plans for a multi-day festival on his property in Busselton and inject millions into the local economy.
The State Government defends Budget allocations for the South West after Opposition claims critical needs in the Capes were ignored.
The Eaton Boomers further cemented their finals credentials after holding off a spirited Collie Eagles 12.7 (79) to 10.5 (65).
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