Top Reads Manjimup-Bridgetown Times—top three reads this week. Read up on this week’s top stories and more in the latest edition of the Manjimup-Bridgetown Times. Staff reporters. A South West town is grieving as the search for missing local Tony Ditri continues, with a murder charge laid against Pemberton farmer John Della Franca the situation looks grim. Two Lower South West shires are in the top 10 hotspots for double-dose COVID-19 vaccinations, with Bridgetown-Greenbushes and Nannup both registering high levels of fully vaccinated residents. Boyup Brook Roos league team have booked themselves a spot in the grand final for the Lower South West Football League after beating Bridgetown on Sunday. Farmer in custody over missing father A South West father was allegedly killed the same day he failed to return from a run to the local rubbish tip, a court was told today as his alleged killer appeared for the first time. John Gerard Benny Della Franca, 64, faced Bunbury Magistrate’s Court for the first time where it was revealed police would allege he killed Tony Ditri in the locality of Collins, just south of Pemberton, on Friday. Region rates well in jab data Two Lower South West communities have been revealed as two areas leading the vaccination charge in regional WA. The Bridgetown-Greenbushes council area has landed a spot as the third best regional location in the battle of jab rates, with 34.5 per cent having received two doses of the jab. Boyup Brook Roos jump Bridgetown Bulldogs in a semifinal classic The Lower South West Football League finals have been thrown into a head spin after minor premiers Bridgetown lost to Boyup Brook 13.10 (88) to 11.10 (76) in the second semifinal on Sunday. The match was set against the backdrop of the Boyup Brook Roos having beaten the Bridgetown Bulldogs in the last game of the regular season.