Luke McPherson is journalist in the South West covering sport, health and crime in the Harvey-Waroona Reporter. Luke started in 2021 after relocating from Perth. He has a passion for sport, mental health and the arts.
The Manjimup Rovers men remain on the bottom of the ladder after going down to Dalyellup FC at the weekend. Meanwhile, the ladies match was postponed because of COVID.
The Deanmill Worker’s Club is inviting sporting clubs from across the Manjimup and Bridgetown area to help them fight MND.
Bunbury’s youth mayor says the City of Bunbury’s new council policy on climate change adopted at a council meeting recently is ‘a move in the right direction’.
Reconciliation WA and the City of Bunbury are encouraging people of the region to come together, share stories and continue the journey to reconciliation through the upcoming National Reconciliation Week.
Indigenous artists living and working on Noongar Boodja are again set to be celebrated as one of the South West’s most popular exhibitions returns to the Bunbury Regional Art Gallery.
Bunbury’s only e-scooter hire company, Beam, did its part to improve road safety on Saturday with the Beam Safe Academy, a real-world training course run by the provider for National Road Safety Week.
The story of Barry Green, a man who went from building go-kart circuits on a gravel pit in his home town of Burekup to winning one of the most prestigious motor races in the world is now on display in Bunbury.
Carey Park have clinched a close win over an inaccurate Eaton side an the weekend to leapfrog the Boomers and keep themselves in the race for finals.
The Eaton Boomers claimed a clinical victory on the road in less than ideal footballing conditions against Carey Park at the weekend to remain in touch with the top three of the SWFL.
Exies coach Chris Wyatt says his side is ready to turn some promising results against heavyweights of the South West Hockey League into wins as his side prepares for Marist.
There is no greater sign of the depth of Augusta-Margaret River than the current SWFL reserves ladder, while colts reigning premiers Carey Park make strong start to defending their flag.
A loss on Sunday will make it a lot harder for either Carey Park or the Eaton Boomers to make finals in 2022.
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