In this week’s Manjimup-Bridgetown Times the Manjimup Shire Council is set to vote on a controversial plan to offer cash to employees who get their COVID-19 vaccination, men of the Lower South West came together for a mental health workshop following the loss of Pemberton man Tony Ditri and a brand new brewery has opened in the heart of Nannup. Shire to vote on cash jab The Manjimup Shire Council will vote tomorrow night on a contentious plan to offer cash incentives to its employees who get their COVID-19 jab. The incentive would pay council workers between $300 and $500 if they could provide a vaccination certificate by February next year. With 127 full-time council employees, the program could cost up to $60,000. Men get together to deal with their grief More than 150 brave South West residents packed out a men’s mental health workshop to help those still struggling with the heart-wrenching loss of Pemberton man Tony Ditri. The Regional Men’s Health initiative was invited to the Lower South West town to give a talk designed to help who had been struggling to come to terms with Mr Ditri’s alleged murder. Big cheers to new brewery The South West finally got a taste of a special project which has been brewing in Nannup for more than a year at the weekend. The Nannup Brewing Company officially opened last Wednesday after news of the new establishment was first announced last year.