Ailish Delaney is journalist at the South Western Times covering all things local council, community issues and lifestyle. She has a passion for pop culture and the arts and is always on the hunt for the next best brunch location.
From the studios of The West Australian, the 18 long days little Cleo Smith was missing are now being retold in a new light — and a South West reporter has shared his insight.
More green areas and a reduced carbon footprint are among the moves Bunbury is making as it strives to become a more sustainable city for the future.
Travel to Brazil, India, Kosovo, Ireland and beyond from the comfort of the Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre when the International Film Festival lands in the city in January.
Australia and New Zealand’s peak rail sector body has backed an investigation into the viability of a fast rail link connecting Perth to Bunbury.
Start counting down the days, because Christmas cheer is coming to Dalyellup.
Pots and pans were put to a different use in Donnybrook last week as residents took to the streets to make some noise and march against domestic violence.
Bunbury residents are invited to pitch their grand ideas to transform a reserve in the CBD — but don’t go chasing waterfalls, because that historic feature will not be making a comeback.
An 18-month-old report detailing potential solutions for the State Government to address Bunbury’s ongoing homelessness crisis has done nothing but collect dust since it was commissioned last year.
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More practical driving assessment appointments are expected to become available for learners in the South West next year when an extra assessor is sent to the region to help address high demand.
Premier Mark McGowan was swarmed by angry protestors who hurled abuse and likened him to a ‘baby murderer’ during his visit to Bunbury on Sunday.
“Every man can be part of the solution.”
This year’s White Ribbon Day aims to highlight men’s violence against women and the attitudes society needs to change to help women feel safe.
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