Perth is under a thunderstorm threat as the weather bureau warns WA’s South West Capes region will be battered by substantial rain and potential flash floods.
The Lower South West Junior Football Association season is scheduled to begin on July 25.
If you have ever stopped to admire some of the restored jinkers at the Manjimup Heritage Park, you might have encountered the handiwork of the Manjimup Men’s Shed.
Boyup Brook Shire Council chief executive Chris Smith has retired after six months in the job.
Manjin Rec Plaza is holding a driveway trick contest, giving local riders and skaters a chance to win prizes for submitting a video of them performing specified tricks in their driveways.
The Environmental Protection Authority has recommended approval of the first stage of the Bunbury Outer Ring Road.
Peel coach Naomi Pannell’s team may be the new kids on the block, but they won’t be intimidated by their competition as they prepare for their first WA Netball League match against East Fremantle.
Residents of Jardee are concerned about the illegal dumping of dead sheep on a well-used bush track near town.
The Bridgetown Historical Society will take people on a graveyard tour to shine a light on the lives of noteable residents.
Bridgetown Police Station played host to West Australian Police Commissioner Chris Dawson on Monday, when he presented police service medals to long-serving staff.
Rescuers are continuing the search for 23-year-old Singaporean national Heng Yi Go swept off rocks this week near Yallingup.
Upmarket Frankland River winery Ferngrove and its founder Murray Burton are locked in a tit-for-tat legal battle over a soured cellar door sales arrangement.
CinefestOZ will be the first Australian film festival to host screenings for live cinema audiences since the easing of COVID-19 pandemic restrictions, with events in the South West from August 25-30.
The Eastern Link bridge development across the Lower Vasse River will be opened by Forrest MHR Nola Marino and City of Busselton deputy mayor Kelly Hick today.
Two of Busselton Water’s board of directors’ terms have been renewed by the Minister for Water including the deputy chair, providing the regional water supplier with continued expertise and stability.
Little Village is back with a bang for the people of the South West, throwing a small party with a big line-up including Nathan Parsons, Chloe Payne and Josh Garner.
Eagle Bay, Dunsborough, Meelup Regional Park and Geographe Bay will be the scene for the Eagle Bay Epic Adventure Race on November 7-8.
Time for local volleyballers to dust off their knee-pads as the 2020 indoor season is set to begin, albeit belatedly, due to COVID-19.
Future football and cricket superstar Troyden Thorpe was the Busselton Freight Services Rising Sports Star for November and is ready to tackle the revised 2020 SWFL season.
Tenacious work ethic and deadly striking has helped the Sports-power Busselton City women’s premier league team claim another dominant victory, defeating Margaret River 10-0 last Sunday.
The City of Busselton is more than $30 million in debt, and its overall financial health is rated far below neighbouring local governments the City of Bunbury and Shire of Augusta Margaret River.
A new report reveals ongoing costs for the Shire of Augusta-Margaret River’s redeveloped cultural centre look likely to soar.
The annual cost to operate the Margaret River Heart may increase as early feedback shows venue hire and staffing costs could be beyond the reach of some community users.
Augusta was in the spotlight for this week’s WA Heritage Awards, with Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse scoring a major honour reflecting more than a year’s hard work.
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