The Indian Ocean Longboard Club will return to competition tomorrow after COVID-19 restrictions forced the cancellation of previous events.
Capes bodyboarders have scored big at the weekend’s revitalised WA Bodyboard Titles held at Mindarie’s Claytons Beach.
Not even a torrential downpour last Sunday afternoon could spoil the party for Busselton City, with all five league teams returning to the winners’ circle.
The City of Busselton is not worried about its financial position despite the average ratepayer owing $897 in council debt.
More than 40 Busselton residents took part in a community planting day run by GeoCatch last month.
Rio Tinto has committed $45,000 to increase the City of Busselton’s Community Assistance Program funding pool to $308,000.
The Cape is bursting at the seams with Perth families as tourists enjoy the school holidays.
Quick thinking actions of a Busselton resident have saved the life of 68-year-old Nesta Marsh when she collapsed at Lou Weston Oval last month suffering a brain haemorrhage.
Busselton Naturaliste Club will hold its annual beach sweep at Redgate Beach this Sunday.
Excitement is brewing at Busselton Repertory Club as it prepares to perform in the South-West Shorts event 2020 at Margaret River HEART.
Outstanding swimmer Amy Kerr — the Busselton Freight Services Rising Sports Star last December — is feeling fitter than ever after taking up new training methods during COVID-19.
Rescuers are continuing the search for 23-year-old Singaporean national Heng Yi Go swept off rocks this week near Yallingup.
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Charity queen Julie Pedulla bravely chose the week her violent ex-partner walked free from jail to tell her story of escape from his brutal captivity.
Robin Yeeda, 44, has pleaded not guilty to five child sex charges, which have sent shockwaves through WA’s northern pastoral community.
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A Department of Parks and Wildlife district manager under fire after images of him posing with dead safari animals in Africa emerged last week has been spotted outside his Esperance office.
Pastoralists in the Kimberley and Pilbara are facing up to 400 per cent hikes in shire rates despite a review of the process to calculate the price jump yet to be finalised.
The court hear that, after a short car chase, Mr Henning stopped and pointed a loaded gun at the officers, telling them “if you don’t want to f...g die, get the f..k back”.
The family of a Hedland woman who allegedly murdered her partner by hitting him with her car has paid tribute to the victim, saying they ‘miss him so much’.
Sixty-six per cent of WA business believe the State will face weaker economic conditions over the next 12 months, while confidence in our hardest hit region is at rock bottom.
Former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has backed the idea for a Perth-based Aboriginal cultural museum saying it would be an international drawcard and has called on the Premier to make it happen.
The creation of a new suburb in the Perth Hills, expected to house close to 4000 residents, has been recommended by the State planning department for refusal because of environmental and fire risks.
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Media personality Basil Zempilas has announced his candidacy for Lord Mayor, but his ‘running mates’ choice has seen him cop criticism from his old colleague-turned-opponent Mark Gibson.
Three people are in hospital in a serious condition after a Wheatbelt crash that left a woman trapped in a car for six hours, pinned under two trucks.
On Friday night, The West Australian accompanied WA Police on their patrol of Perth’s streets in the wake of the alleged violent attack that claimed the life of Northbridge club manager Giuseppe Raco.
Liberal leader Liza Harvey said she does not feel safe attending AFL games due to Victorian visitors, prompting the government to hit back at her for previously wanting to open the WA border.
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