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.
Frustrated members of Donnybrook’s sporting community have taken a stand against the shire council in a bid to see their demands met during the development of a new town sports and events hub.
A Bunbury woman has helped provide a lifeline to a local cancer charity by fundraising more than $20,000.
A South West Aboriginal elder is calling on regional shires to make better progress towards reconciliation through publicly recognising First Nations culture and history.
South West residents are encouraged to keep their eyes in the sand while strolling along the beach, with warnings stranded marine turtle hatchlings could wash ashore after the week of wild weather.
A conservative Christian organisation linked to supporting controversial figures such as Israel Folau has been slammed by a leading South West LGBT+ group for planning to bring a seminar to Bunbury.
Ailish Delaney & Briana Fiore
More than 300 students put their jumping skills to the test at Gravity ETC for the NAIDOC Week celebration on Friday.
Bunbury audiences will be treated to an epic drama by the Windmill Theatre when Amphibian takes to the stage this month.
South32 Worsley Alumina confirmed security measures were in place at a Bunbury carpark where overnight mine workers had 10 of their cars ransacked late last month.
A well-respected Bunbury doctor has hung up his stethoscope after more than 30 years of helping South West residents.
A South West council has taken a step towards reconciliation by moving forward with an English-Noongar dual-naming policy to recognise Aboriginal history and culture in the community.
Friends, family and members of the South West girl guides community came together last week to celebrate a much-loved leadership figure.
A South West council is looking to pump more money into soundproofing a basketball court deemed too noisy by a resident after already splashing out $1500 to change the material of its backboard.
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