Collie-Preston MLA Jodie Hanns has thrown her support behind a South West community group in its fight to decrease the speed limit on a notorious stretch of Bussell Highway.
Collie has found itself at the centre of a scientific discovery, after university graduates developed a new concrete material with waste generated from coal burnt at the town’s power stations.
Collie’s new medicinal cannabis facility turns its first sod to celebrate the start of the projected 12-month construction period.
After a fierce contest, Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault Lions and Bunbury Bulldogs have found themselves playing out a draw for the second time this season, this time 39-39.
A Margaret River man has been barred from making any contact with the children that were in his care, after being jailed for engaging in sexual conduct with them.
The State Government has dismissed a proposal to install video cameras in vehicles used for driving assessments in Bunbury in response to the city’s dismal success rate among learner drivers.
With the Tokyo 2020 Olympics under way, Margaret River’s Aran Zalewski’s quest for gold with the Kookaburras has been showing promising signs.
A Bunbury man who had been living rough with an acquired brain injury has been ordered to pay fines to three teenage girls he exposed himself to and attempted to grab, and to be monitored by police.
A WA-first hub for processing graphite will be built in Collie in a bid to help the town transition away from coal.
Jetstar will try to get its direct flights from Melbourne to Busselton up and running for the seventh time, with September 1 now the launch date.
The high-sugar, easy-peel, seedless varietal will hit supermarket shelves across WA this week.
Unfortunately, herd immunity can’t protect us from stupidity.
A South West four-wheel driver became the eight victim to the State’s beaches, after a midnight drive ended in an almost midnight swim.
Round 11 of the Warren Women’s Hockey Association was business as usual for the Mixjuz A-grade squad, who collected the two points from the match after a forfeit from the Nationals.
Tigers handed out a 130-point thrashing to Imperials in the latest round of the Lower South West Football League.
The Roos have put together another win for their impressive 2021 season, this time taking down the Southerners on the road by 34 points.
One Manjimup dance studio has helped Lower South West talent leap on to the big stage with a successful run at recent State competitions.
The Lower South West will soon have its very first purpose-built space for young people in need of mental health support.
A Lower South West hotel has been named a finalist in the 2021 Gold Plate Awards.
A road in Bridgetown regarded as dangerous will receive significant upgrades as part of a $15 million boost to known crash sites across the country.
The Warren-Blackwood Bombers demolished the Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault Lions in round 11 of the South West Junior Football League.
Manjimup Rovers men’s team had a comfortable 6-1 win over a depleted Blackwood United in round 11 of the South West Soccer Association at the weekend.
Bridgetown Football Club hosted a Superkids Superhero event on Saturday to raise money for the Kids’ Cancer Project.
Childcare services throughout the Lower South West are set to share in a multi-million-dollar funding program over the coming months.
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