Quambie Park residents once again rolled up their sleeves on Wednesday for the second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
International surfers Tatiana Weston-Webb and Filipe Toledo completed a Brazilian blitz as the Margaret River Pro came to an end earlier this week.
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Locally-made organ donation documentary Dying To Live will screen for the first time at the Margaret River Heart next week.
One of the region’s young surfers was awarded a silver star for bravery at WA Surf Lifesaving headquarters last Friday.
Past and future main street closures were front and centre of a meeting between traders and the Shire of Augusta-Margaret River last week.
The Shire of Augusta-Margaret River has put timed parking back on the agenda for the newly redeveloped central business district.
Last Thursday’s meeting with Shire of Augusta-Margaret River boffins heard main street traders argue about the fallout from the reopening of Fearn Avenue to traffic earlier this year.
Health Minister Roger Cook has declined to respond to a shortfall in services at the overworked Margaret River Hospital.
The State Government will discontinue its drum line strategy off the Capes coast, with evidence the approach is not effective.
Gay rights group Busselton Pride Alliance demands Edith Cowan University revoke the honorary doctorate given to former Liberal MP Barry House unless he apologises for previous “homophobic” comments.
The Margaret River and Gracetown surf community are again in shock at the sudden death of a popular young surfer.
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A Vasse resident battling motor neurone disease received an unexpected gift from a former men’s surfing world champion last week during the Margaret River Pro.
Three Dunsborough surfers have been rewarded for their bravery after they risked their lives to save a stranger from a “monster” shark last year.
The South West is set to become safer as additional officers are deployed.
Shadow health minister Libby Mettam has slammed the McGowan Government for its blunt approach to lockdown restrictions in the maternity sector.
Recycled pallets were a hot product for two Busselton businesses last month when they banded together for a planting workshop in the newly painted Opal Lane.
Dunsborough Lakes Golf Course is up to par with metropolitan courses, with the club being crowned the best regional golf course of the year.
Thanks to the generosity of the Capes community and the local Lions Club, the Yallingup Rural Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade has another tool in its toolbox to fight fire.
A South West meth addict bit his girlfriend on the face, slapped and choked her in public because he was angry at how long it took her to get ready for a night out. WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT
The Donnybrook Dons have been docked four premiership points after it was found the South West Football League side had fielded an ineligible player.
Bunbury MLA Don Punch has slammed a council in his electorate for “wasting time” debating removing a basketball court after a disgruntled neighbour complained the sound of bouncing was “too noisy”.
Harvey Bulls coach Alan Douglas believes the Bulls are starting to gel and unite as a team following two promising performances against stiff competition.
Bunbury history enthusiasts are hoping to collect stories of local servicemen memorialised on a 100-year-old stained glass window in an effort to put faces to the names.
A controversial idea to explore changing the name of the Shire of Capel, that was strongly opposed by community members, has been put to bed after the council decided to take no further action.
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