The Shire of Augusta-Margaret River and community partners unveiled the next step in their support for the region’s economy this week, asking residents to “take the pledge” to back local traders.
A State Government-led plan to develop second-access roads to Prevelly and Gracetown has gone nowhere in the past three years, despite the Shire of Augusta-Margaret River nominating a preferred route.
A 14-year-old girl has been charged with murder on a rural property in north-western NSW after her 10-year-old cousin’s mutilated body was found.
Mark Morri and Perry Duffin
The family of a Hedland woman who allegedly murdered her partner by hitting him with her car has paid tribute to the victim, saying they ‘miss him so much’.
They were the Geraldton fishing officers whose investigation led to the biggest fine in crayfishing history. Now, Ben Doncon and Mick Kelly reveal the inside story.
Sixty-six per cent of WA business believe the State will face weaker economic conditions over the next 12 months, while confidence in our hardest hit region is at rock bottom.
Peter de Kruijff
The City of Busselton is not worried about its financial position despite the average ratepayer owing $897 in council debt.
More than 40 Busselton residents took part in a community planting day run by GeoCatch last month.
Rio Tinto has committed $45,000 to increase the City of Busselton’s Community Assistance Program funding pool to $308,000.
The Cape is bursting at the seams with Perth families as tourists enjoy the school holidays.
The founder of the world-first artificial surf reef to be installed at Bunbury’s Back Beach is still hopeful the project will invigorate the city and its surf culture.
Quick thinking actions of a Busselton resident have saved the life of 68-year-old Nesta Marsh when she collapsed at Lou Weston Oval last month suffering a brain haemorrhage.
Sporting a flashy new facade and a fit-for-purpose studio, the Stirling Street Arts Centre redevelopment has finally reached completion.
Bunbury farewelled renowned motorcycle enthusiast, champion and well-respected community member Glen Richard Britza at his funeral on Monday.
Busselton Naturaliste Club will hold its annual beach sweep at Redgate Beach this Sunday.
Former Roelands dairy and potato farmer Fred Rose, one of the last surviving Rats of Tobruk, celebrated his 101st birthday on Thursday with the planting of a special flower.
A $3000 annual increase in the councillor meeting attendance fee sparked a heated debate at the Bunbury City Council chambers on Tuesday night.
Excitement is brewing at Busselton Repertory Club as it prepares to perform in the South-West Shorts event 2020 at Margaret River HEART.
Consumer Protection has urged South West residents to be wary of puppy scams, after losses of more than $28,000 and a total of 18 WA scams were reported in June.
An artistic touch has injected new life into the Rails to Sails information station near Augusta’s Flinders Bay.
Local MP Terry Redman and his National Party colleagues are calling for the Premier to intervene in tough new code of conduct changes they fear will muzzle the State’s fire and rescue volunteers.
It’s been a long wait but a shortened and welcome start to the GNFL’s 2020 season will be made this Saturday.
For the love of the game... AFL, soccer, rugby, hockey — it looks like in WA, at least, our sport is getting back to normality.
A 41-year-old man allegedly stole $600 worth of frozen meat and helped himself to an overnight stay at an unlocked chalet in Nornalup
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