Talison Lithium employees, volunteers and Greenbushes Primary School students, staff and parents came together on Friday to rehabilitate a patch of bush near the school for National Tree Day.
Blackwood Environment Society has been handed a win, with the Bridgetown-Greenbushes Shire Council renewing funding of its landcare officer position.
Blackwood Youth Action has added a touch of snow to the main street of Bridgetown, decorating its deciduous trees with snowflakes made from epoxy resin.
Photographers have the chance to win prizes and to feature in the Boyup Brook Community Resource Centre’s 2021 calendar, as part of its annual What’s Your Angle? photography competition.
Work on Blackwood Youth Action group’s hangout space has kicked off with additional support from Talison Lithium.
Manjimup CWA members will make use of a donation from the Manjimup Westpac branch to help women in need.
Pemberton police have welcomed a new team member at the station with a new officer-in-charge taking the helm.
Young Manjimup dancers will reap the rewards of decades of dance when a Nannup woman starts giving lessons later this month.
St Mary’s Primary School students had a chance to hear from Koomal Dreaming founder Josh Whiteland during an incursion aiming to teach them about Aboriginal culture and practices.
Protestors at Helms forest, near Nannup, have brought scheduled logging work to a standstill.
Boyup Brook’s junior hockey players hit the field for the first time on Saturday, with the first round of term three fixtures.
The Bridgetown Netball Association season had its first two days of competition on July 21 and July 23.
Grandparents caring for their grandchildren full-time will have the chance to bond with others in their situation, thanks to a new support group being run by Accordwest.
East Manjimup Primary School celebrated 100 days of the school year and brought a bit of joy to the beginning of Term 3 with a dress up day on Friday.
Artists across the State are being encouraged to get their entries in for the second annual Manjimup Art Festival.
The Manjimup Art Gallery is the first WA stop for the Australian Geographic’s new photography exhibition.
St Brigid’s Catholic Primary School in Bridgetown has embarked on a recycling project that has seen it reduce its weekly rubbish.
Transition Bridgetown marked its first anniversary with a workshop to encourage a spirit of resilience within the community.
After 128 years of Methodist presence in the district, Boyup Brook’s Uniting Church will celebrate its final Mass this Sunday.
It took a hiatus in odd jobs and primary school teaching for Meegan Cullen to find her way back to drama, but she has grasped it with both hands.
The Lower South West Junior Football Association is putting the call out for umpires for the upcoming season.
A Perth school is in the midst of plans to upgrade the Foragers site in Pemberton for use as a country campus.
Budding artists up to the age of 15 have the chance for their work to be featured on the cover of the Dinninup Show program.
Eight-year-old Tessa Bendotti-Van Der Spil from Pemberton aims to ride 100km during October to raise money for children’s cancer, as part of the Great Cycle Challenge Australia.
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