The SWFL’s hopes of reaching the CBH Group colts country championship grand final remain alive following the opening day of round-robin matches.
The name means ‘celebrating young people’ in the Noongar language.
Some small family businesses are even considering forking out almost a million dollars on homes amid one of the State’s most inflated housing markets to entice workers, just to have enough boots on the ground.
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The opening day of the CBH Group colts country football championships produced a massive upset, with the Northern Suns defeating the SWFL 7.1 (43) to 5.4 (34).
The South West Slammers men’s team have secured the services of UK import Raphell Thomas-Edwards for the remainder of the season.
A Bunbury filmmaker is part of a production trio to become the State finalist in a trans-Tasman short film competition.
A Busselton man has been given a lengthy jail term for a string a sexual offences carried out against his two young nieces.
Indigenous Elders from across the South West gathered at the South West Aboriginal Medical Services Elder’s Luncheon to celebrate, yarn and hand down knowledge in the name of NAIDOC Week.
Charli Wicksteed was named best on ground for the WA Country Football League in their match on June 24, less than a week after she was named fairest and best in hockey’s country championships.
Harvie, who is the younger brother of Commonwealth Games gold medallist Jake, was selected on Tuesday in the Australia A hockey squad that will travel to Japan next month.
The founding members of the Donnybrook Balingup Ratepayers and Residents Association are set to begin work on a new multimillion-dollar community project.
The South West Slammers women’s team head to Esperance this weekend where they will face the Goldfields Giants on both Saturday evening and Sunday morning.
In a year that saw three South West players represent the WAFL in a State game against South Australia, the footballing heavyweights of the region have made an impact on the WA’s premier football competition.
Squash fanatics from across the South West came together last month to battle it out in the 2022 South West Open.
The Bunbury Foreshore has continued to be turned into an impressive destination for families thanks to a new facility at Sykes Foreshore Reserve.
The new signs at the end of Jetty Road at the Bunbury Port were officially revealed on June 30, and were designed to “complement” the Department of Transport’s recent restoration of the iconic Arrol Crane.
In the midst of NAIDOC celebrations across the South West, the Souwest Jets recently unveiled a new Indigenous uniform designed by a local school student.
Boyanup continues to lead the way in the men’s and women’s South West Hockey League after nine rounds, with Wests in second in the men’s and Associates second in the women’s.
Tickets are now up for grabs for the 25th year of the Nannup Flower and Garden Festival.
The Bulldogs are in first place on the ladder with 12 wins from 13 games to start the year, with a 22-point round 11 loss to the second-placed Augusta-Margaret River the only blemish.
Carey Park are in the box seat to be the fourth team to go back-to-back in the SWFL colts competition since 2000.
Carter is hopeful greater awareness can come from his departure.
Although it had been a crazy few days for SWFL senior coach Chris Kinninmont, you would not have known it.
The SWFL’s bid to claim glory in the CBH Group colts competition begins on Thursday morning when they lock horns with the Northern Suns at Rushton Park in Mandurah.
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