A farm camp for people in the criminal justice system has been proposed along Forrest Highway directly behind Settler’s Road House at Myalup.
The WA Liberal Party dived into its election promises at the weekend when it announced a $3.5 million ocean pool at Bunbury’s Wyalup-Rocky Point.
Groovin’ The Moo looks set to go ahead in regional towns and centres this year with show dates in six locations around Australia listed on the website’s homepage.
Waroona accommodation site Lake Navarino will not reopen lakeside camping this Australia Day and the owners have been advised by government authorities to keep it closed due to continuous violent
In its very first year of existence, Our Lady of Mercy College in Australind has ranked No.1 in regional WA, according to the median ATAR results achieved in 2020.
Complaints have rolled in about the behaviour at Harvey Dam this marron season.
The Harvey Art Prize opened on Friday night and attracted a large crowd of artists, sponsors and special guests.
Several residents living near Timperely Road have voiced concerns over an affordable housing project that is nearing completion.
Five years on from the fire that tore through the Yarloop community in a matter of minutes, a firefighter from the frontline has shared her emotional reflection.
Bunbury’s Step Up, Step Down residential mental health facility has shown promising results as the end of its first year in operation approaches.
The Bunbury Musical Comedy Group is set to raise the roof on 2021 following a recent announcement from Bunbury MLA Don Punch.
Bunbury historian Bernhard Bischoff is hosting an exhibition over the summer showcasing photographs he has taken of Bunbury’s basalt over the years.
The Bunbury City Council has announced the Australia Day celebrations which will replace the usual fireworks show.
A Bunbury wildlife carer has called for people to take extra care when looking out for the region’s wildlife this summer.
The Bunbury City Council’s Containers for Change refund centre has reached a significant milestone — one million containers in less than four months.
Residents are being warned to be vigilant of scammers posing as telecommunication companies requesting personal information and account details.
In what was a tough year for West Australian leavers, the 2020 cohort produced some outstanding ATAR results, proving that not even a global pandemic could get in the way of their studies.
Sure, Tornadoes Black’s 80-69 victory over reigning champions Aces White on Tuesday night looks good on paper.
Tornadoes Red managed to hold off a fast-finishing Bulls 43-41 in Tuesday night’s Bunbury Basketball Association clash at the South West Sports Centre.
At 18 years old Alexis McDonald is changing the lives of young girls across the country through her social media platform, HerHelp.
A Christmas Eve disaster struck one Australind family when the ceiling collapsed in their home. They want to prevent it happening to others and are encouraging people to get their ceilings checked.
Just like the Good Samaritan who stopped to help the traveller on the side of the road, the Order of St Lazarus of Jerusalem has stepped up to help an essential addiction support service in Bunbury.
Burekup trainer Graham Yuill is arguably one of the hardest-working members of WA’s racing industry.
Keen trail runners should get their diaries ready to save the date as a new trail festival comes to Collie.
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