Threats of a bushfire have lead to a Shire-wide ban on all harvesting operations, roadworks and certain vehicle use over the next four days.
Country week cricket has begun, with two Leschenault stars taking their talents to Perth in the hope of securing an A-section flag for the Bunbury and Districts Association..
The shire of Waroona has shot up the vaccine rankings, while the Shire of Harvey continued to impress.
The Harvey-Benger and Waroona cricket clubs will come together on Saturday to celebrate a servant of both clubs who died in 2015 from melanoma.
Works on the proposed 3.5km Cathedral Avenue upgrade and shared path began last week, with the first stage expected to be completed in the coming months.
The parks of the Shire of Waroona have become a health hot spot this month, with several locations in the area being used to encourage mindfulness and community connection.
Harvey’s youngest drama kings and queens have taken part in a series of workshops based on one of Shaun Tan’s most famous picture books.
Toe tapping and hip swinging are set to christen the refurbished Yarloop Hall as Yarloop’s Country Women’s Association hosts its 2022 supper dance.
Live@theWeir will return for a second year in 2022 with live music, art and entertainment set to be featured at the idyllic waterside setting of Waroona’s Drakesbrook Weir.
Preston Beach community members will soon have green thumbs after the State Government announced nearly $100,000 in grants for community gardens across WA.
An act of road rage that spiralled into a physical confrontation has left a Pinjarra teenager facing court and a 65-year old man in need of plastic surgery.
During an ordinary council meeting in December 2021 Shire of Harvey councillors voted in favour of completing key stages of the master plan for the Harvey Community Precinct project.
The Shire of Waroona has received another application to use gas guns, this time from local melon grower Capogreco Farms.
Shire of Harvey councillors endorsed a “massive” 10-year Tourism Road Map, with residents given the opportunity to join an all new Harvey Region Tourism Advisory Group.
A taxi was pelted with rocks during a night of violent attacks on vehicles in Eaton.
Australind police have issued a major door-lock warning after a string of thefts from unlocked vehicles took place in the Treendale area.
Australind swimmer Kyle Lee is preparing for a big couple of months, with his sights set on the 2022 Rottnest Channel Swim and Australian Open Water Championships.
Kade Dittmar’s fight to win a spot on the West Coast Eagles’ list might become even harder, after the club announced more players had been invited to train with the squad.
New research has revealed three Bunbury suburbs are among the worst hit by WA’s ongoing rental crisis.
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Leschenault beat Hay Park in the BDCA first grade, while Harvey-Benger lost in second grade and Waroona remain top of the Wyllie Cup.
Increased workloads, limited local volunteers and high demand have left Harvey’s St John Ambulance service looking towards the town’s residents for help
Divisive council decisions, bush fires, lockdowns and elections swept through 2021 and caught everyone’s attention.
Businesses and attractions in Preston Beach were uncharacteristically quiet in recent weeks because of COVID uncertainty and restrictions, but the town is hoping things can go back to normal.
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