The Lower South West could be home to the State’s first museum honouring the history of WA’s bushfires and firefighting brigades in the near future.
The Bridgetown Showgrounds came to life once more as an iconic community event made a historic return at the weekend.
Manjimup’s Apex Club gave back to the community’s seniors with its annual Seniors Christmas Lunch at the weekend.
Boyup Brook claimed a 29-run win at home over Northcliffe at the weekend.
Bridgetown Cricket Club suffered its fifth straight loss at the hands of Forestry at the weekend, losing by 85 runs.
Manjimup Cricket Club hosted Pemberton at Collier Street Turf on Saturday and left with a four-wicket win.
It was all smiles for the two Hawks teams with both enjoying big wins in round seven of the Manjimup Amateur Basketball Association’s 2021-22 season.
Manjimup Speedway played host to the Limited Sprintcars and round three of the 2021-2022 Ivix Industries South West Sedan Championship on Saturday night.
Fremantle-based photographer and former Survivor contestant Jarrad Seng has built a successful career out of capturing spectacular destinations, but his latest works are some of his most inspiring yet.
A friend of the young man who was fatally stabbed in Northbridge over the weekend claims his mate was just trying to break up a fight when his accused killer plunged a knife into his chest.
Daryna Zadvirna and Emily Moulton
Rebels bikies have put on a massive show of force in Perth’s northern suburbs just days after the McGowan Government announced sweeping new laws to drive motorcycle gangs out of WA.
A registered child sex offender has been fined after admitting he peered over the fence of a primary school in Perth’s south.
A long-running dispute between beach shack owners and the Shire of Carnarvon has reached boiling point, with authorities saying the Blowholes Campground structures are at risk of collapse.
While holes created to fit air-conditioning units have been a standard inclusion in WA public housing properties since 1990, air-conditioning units themselves are not
Tammin farmer Tony York has been reappointed to the National Farmers Federation board, saying he was motivated to “go again” to give WA farmers a voice on the national stage.
For decades Exmouth has been a global hit for its whale shark swims and ocean paradise, but back on dry land there was not much to keep you occupied. As Grace Hendry found, that is no longer the case
Bunbury resident Bronwen English has been confirmed as Labor’s choice to contest the seat, which has been held by Brunswick-born Nola Marino for 14 years.
The hero cops who rescued Cleo Smith have been honoured at a Perth ceremony that was also attended by her thankful parents.
The Shire of Perenjori’s plan for a new supermarket has plenty of hurdles to overcome before it becomes a reality.
Hundreds of people are rallying outside Parliament House against the WA Government’s strict vaccine rules.
A local daycare centre is at the centre of chilling sexual abuse allegations as parents claim their children are being assaulted by other children under the age of five.
Geraldton-born surfers, Kerby and Cortney brown seek out the most dangerous waves in WA, and ride them in one of the best independent films in the country.
In 2015, Stan Maley had an idea: convert Maitland Park into 23,000sqm of native botanical garden. Six years later, the only thing holding it back is the season.
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