Round 11 of the Warren Women’s Hockey Association was business as usual for the Mixjuz A-grade squad, who collected the two points from the match after a forfeit from the Nationals.
Tigers handed out a 130-point thrashing to Imperials in the latest round of the Lower South West Football League.
The Roos have put together another win for their impressive 2021 season, this time taking down the Southerners on the road by 34 points.
One Manjimup dance studio has helped Lower South West talent leap on to the big stage with a successful run at recent State competitions.
The Lower South West will soon have its very first purpose-built space for young people in need of mental health support.
A Lower South West hotel has been named a finalist in the 2021 Gold Plate Awards.
A road in Bridgetown regarded as dangerous will receive significant upgrades as part of a $15 million boost to known crash sites across the country.
The Warren-Blackwood Bombers demolished the Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault Lions in round 11 of the South West Junior Football League.
Manjimup Rovers men’s team had a comfortable 6-1 win over a depleted Blackwood United in round 11 of the South West Soccer Association at the weekend.
Bridgetown Football Club hosted a Superkids Superhero event on Saturday to raise money for the Kids’ Cancer Project.
Childcare services throughout the Lower South West are set to share in a multi-million-dollar funding program over the coming months.
Manjimup’s Dana East was picked by the Fremantle Dockers in the 2021 AFLW Draft last night.
An up-and-coming Manjimup football talent was last night eagerly waiting for her name to be read aloud as she entered the 2021 AFLW draft.
A Manjimup orchardist and cattle farmer is in the running for a national award aimed at recognising significant contributions to landcare in agriculture across the country.
Local governments in Warren-Blackwood are set to receive more than $1.4million in an attempt to reduce the risk of bushfires across the region.
Properties in the South West are being viewed online by more than 1000 desperate would-be renters in just a matter of days as the State’s crippling housing shortage continues to take its toll.
Bridgetown Bulldogs have ground out a result against Deanmill Hawks in round 14 of the Lower South West Football League.
A Korean War veteran from Pemberton has been remembered by his family as as an outgoing father who always had a smile on his face
Read up on this week’s top stories and more in the latest edition of the Manjimup-Bridgetown Times.
The South West has copped the brunt of a “twice a year” weather system that saw the region lashed with wild conditions of heavy rain and wind gusts up to 135km/h.
WA’s oncoming cold front can see South West residents anticipate severe weather the region only experiences about twice a year.
Frustrated members of Donnybrook’s sporting community have taken a stand against the shire council in a bid to see their demands met during the development of a new town sports and events hub.
Green thumbs and science lovers are in for a treat with hands-on workshops at this year’s Nannup Flower and Garden Festival.
They might not be the top team of the South West Netball Football League but the Busselton Magpies have proved they are still finals contenders after dispatching Bunbury Bulldogs 52-44.
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