Harvey-Benger’s Year 6 team finished their first year in the Bunbury and Districts Junior Cricket Association on the weekend.
Waroona’s family-owned hardware store has been recognised as one of the best in the country.
Police are urging Eaton and Australind residents to lock up their garages after a spate of recent thefts.
Harvey shire residents and business owners have just a few days left to comment on a draft strategy for Harvey’s economic future.
Harvey shire residents are being urged to double check their emails after several reports of scammers posing as council representatives.
Who is your tip?
A few upsets made the opening week of the finals very interesting.
It was a fitting end in a race dedicated to Dr Ern Manea.
The Bunbury and Districts Powerboat Club will see anglers of all ages come along to its Fishing Club Classic on the weekend.
All aboard for the Bunbury Stakes!
Jay Rooney and Justin Fris
Head to Bunbury Recreation Ground tomorrow to take part in an aerial photo shoot for Bunbury’s women volunteers ahead of International Women’s Day.
Men’s shed members from Mandurah through to Albany were invited to a health event at the Leschenault Leisure Centre last week.
More than 600 people from the South West, Perth and interstate were wined and dined on Sunday at the annual Chefs’ Long Table Charity Lunch fundraiser event.
Bunbury’s Bicentennial Square was coloured by culture on Saturday as thousands turned up to celebrate the South West Multicultural Festival.
This Geraldton born Deacon has become the first convert to the Greek Orthodox Church in WA to be ordained.
A South West man was found with 20,000 images and 1980 videos.
A Bunbury man has died after his vehicle left the road and struck a tree.
Hundreds of high-skilled jobs could be manufactured in the Bunbury-Geographe area if a South West Development Commission plan comes together.
The Chefs’ Long Table Charity Lunch is fast approaching for its biggest and best year yet with guests to enjoy the region’s best.
Prisoners who assault guards then refuse a mandatory test for infectious diseases will have an extra six months added to their sentence, under proposed new laws.
Saturday will see thousands of people head to Bunbury for the South West Multicultural Festival for a day of entertainment and celebration of cultures within the community.
Filling two of Bunbury Regional Art Gallery’s biggest gallery spaces, the South Western Times Art 2020 exhibition officially kicked off on Friday.
Winemakers in the region are raising a glass to celebrate a bumper crop of fruit this season.
Bunbury City Council this week approved spending $35,000 to support a WA Football League double header fixture in May.
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