Steve Walsh an active member of tennis, junior soccer and Apex in Manjimup.
Tari Jeffers, Cally Dupe & Shannon Verhagen
Revolting behaviour will be on display during the Manjimup Repertory Club’s two-week production of Old People are Revolting.
40km/h speed limits will remain in Bridgetown, Balingup, Donnybrook and Boyanup, following a successful trial.
More than 100 photographers from across WA gathered in Pemberton at the weekend for the Western Australian Photographic Federation’s annual convention.
The work of the Southern Forests Photography Club is on display at the Manjimup Art Gallery as part of a new exhibition.
Lower South West Football League president David East has assured football lovers plans for the 2021 season are being put in place.
Manjimup family of five all on board as volunteer firefighters.
Art, flowers and vintage cars part of the attractions at festival.
Manjimup’s annual So Yo Fest is on today in Pemberton.
Dale Putland joins the Boyup Brook shire team and brings local government experience.
Superheroes storm through Bridgetown to raise money for children’s cancer.
Blues at Bridgetown will go ahead as Covid Blues next month.
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WA could be putting all its eggs in one basket to contain the spread of the coronavirus and may be unprepared in the long term, writes Ben Morton Assistant Minister to the Prime Minister.
Dave Macaulay looks from his balcony to his hometown cliffs that hold such great sadness and will always wonder what would have happened if, on a fateful day in 1996, he had made a different choice.
The man whose “erratic” actions caused police to place Nagle Catholic College into lockdown last month has been sentenced after pleading guilty in Perth.
Speaking after news the search for his body had been called off two days after the attack, Mr Sharpe’s family said he was a loyal mate who would do “anything for anyone”.
A report being put to Shire of Menzies councillors ahead of Thursday’s ordinary meeting has recommended residents attending citizenship ceremonies adhere to a “smart casual” dress code.
The young volunteer’s patience snapped in August last year after being hounded for a “fight” by an intoxicated patron of the Kambalda Hotel.
The father of four children shot dead by their grandfather in Margaret River will on Tuesday learn if he has succeeded in his fight for an inquest into their deaths.
I have been complained about, threatened, assaulted, and even defamed for my opinion pieces. But I have never copped as much flak as I did last week when I suggested the Manjimup Hotel was a bit crap.
The anti high-rise sentiment has hit an absurd high, with some Nedlands residents complaining an upcoming complex would attract renters and high-density living could spread the coronavirus.
A dry winter and spring means the 2020 WA grain harvest will be lower than average, fortunately higher prices mean farmers still have cause to be positive
Bankwest boss Sinead Taylor is quietly optimistic on COVID-19’s impact on customers and staff, and WA’s economy once government support it switched off.
The International Air Transport Association has warned millions of airline jobs could be lost in 2021 due to the second wave of COVID-19 — and is asking the government to step in and take action.
Assaulted, almost run down and spat at — one of Perth's top family lawyers Julia Johnston has faced workplace nightmares many couldn't imagine across her four decades of practice.
Houses in the Pilbara mining town are jumping in value by nearly $3000 a week, as an influx of Perth investors join the rebounding market.
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