The award comes as stage two of the 204 home lifestyle community continues to reach planning and construction milestones.
Just days after watching on as his side won a break-through AFL premiership, Bunbury’s Neville Jetta has called time on his career at the Melbourne Demons.
A Collie man who allegedly tried to strangle his ex-partner, and set her clothing alight has been approved bail for exceptional circumstances.
A Collie man will pay a $5000 court fine after he admitted illegally catching marron during the off-season.
The region’s best wine estates have celebrated the fruits of their labour in this year’s Labelmakers Geographe and WA Alternative Varieties Wine Show.
Indigenous students from Newton Moore Senior High School have celebrated a belated NAIDOC Week with the unveiling of a term-long project celebrating indigenous culture.
The next generation of the South West’s finest netballers are set to take centre stage in Perth.
Volleyball players from Bunbury and Busselton to Kalgoorlie and Karratha competed at Bendat Basketball Centre in Perth last weekend in Volleyball WA’s ATA State Country Championships.
Players, coaches and umpires in South West netball gathered to celebrate a successful season and acknowledge the best of the best in the recent Testrow Medal count.
The artistic talents of Carey Park Primary School students was on display for their peers, teachers and parents in a colourful art exhibition.
Holiday-goers faced lengthy delays along Bussell Highway on the Queen’s Birthday public holiday, regardless of which direction they were travelling.
As soon as our headlines reported a cyclist had been injured, people in the comments of our Facebook page began openly mocking the tragedy.
WA’s peak volunteer association is wary of how gaps in the policy could play out on the fire ground.
WA’s South West has been rocked by another tragedy with police questioning a man after two people were found dead at a home in Capel.
Heartbroken members of WA’s cycling community have paid tribute to a ‘beautiful soul’ who was killed after being struck by a bus with school children on board in Bunbury this week.
Visitor numbers to the town’s tourism centre have doubled in the past nine months and accommodation providers are scrambling to keep up with demand.
Bunbury’s Cameron Hay is making a habit of standing up in big games after being awarded the Don Punch MLA Trophy after a three-goal performance in the SWFL reserves decider.
From standout performances to a Sunday afternoon they would rather forget, South Western Times journalist Jackson Barrett has given a three-word analysis of every single player in the SWFL.
He might have endured his fair share of “tough times” during his early days at Melbourne, but the football story of Bunbury’s Neville Jetta is about to be brought full-circle.
The undefeated Hay Park premier women’s side have completed the clean sweep, winning every major trophy on offer in 2021.
Ahead of what could be the biggest sporting event in our State’s history, we’ve unpacked the South West’s involvement in this grand final and the ones that have come before it.
Bunbury MLA Don Punch has hit back at a South West MP who claimed he “misled” the community by supporting the Upper House electoral reform.
A group of the brightest minds in protein science travelled to the South West this month to share leading research in the field.
Crime Stoppers and South West police are encouraging residents to continue to take advantage of the national firearms amnesty and surrender illegal or unregistered weapons.
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