The South West’s abundance of wineries and wine exporters will receive a boost, should the Labor Government be re-elected after the State election next month.
An elderly woman in her 70s who nearly killed a mother and three children when her car swerved into the wrong lane of a major highway has been slammed by a South West Magistrate before avoiding jail.
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The South West president of the Rebels bikie gang has again faced court after previously pleading guilty to a string of drug, steroid and stealing charges.
Jackson Barrett and Daryna Zadvirna
Seven West Media and Facebook have signed a landmark deal to ensure the social media giant pays for use of the company’s original news content.
Australind teenager and rising star Kyle Lee has pocketed two podium finishes in open water swimming events this month.
The new Origins Market on West Street is fast approaching its November opening date, and is recruiting for numerous positions in its senior management team.
A meth addict whose violent life of crime culminated in him murdering a mate with an axe has been jailed for life — still refusing to say why he did it.
Local athletes dominated the Jetty Swim at the weekend, pumping out strong results for the Busselton Swimming Club.
Mark McGowan is on track to lead WA Labor to its biggest ever State election victory, according to a new poll, as the Liberals plead for voters to not let the Premier take “total control”.
The new solar powered train on the Busselton Jetty rolls out from the station filled with excited families.
Residents are being encouraged to support local businesses after a snap lockdown earlier this month which reportedly cost the Capes economy at least “hundreds of thousands of dollars.”
A PowerBank installed in Vasse last year to store excess solar energy is ready to be trialled, the City of Busselton has announced.
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A whistleblower who raised the alarm about a culture of sexist bullying and harassment on Rio Tinto mine sites has spoken out after she was let go after making the report.
The ‘heritage’ credentials of two dilapidated buildings on Subiaco’s Hay Street have led to a shutdown that is having far-reaching consequences for local businesses.
Meet Stink, Kev and Rowie. Three Esperance mates with three different tales of tragedy — and one shared resilience in a WA town they love.
FMX rider Josh Sheehan would normally be travelling the world performing death defying stunts in front of thousands. But 2020 saw him grounded at his dad’s apple farm, where he has been keeping busy.
Operators fear while bookings for the 2021 dry season were looking promising, constant changes to State borders meant business could disappear in an instant.
A “stupid” decision to throw glass bottles — one of which hit a police officer — into a near-riot outside a Geraldton pub has landed a man a suspended jail term and fine.
Domestic violence survivor Dr Ann O’Neill has been announced as the keynote speaker at an International Women’s Day event aimed at inspiring and empowering Kalgoorlie-Boulder women
Sharon Duffy shares her son’s struggles with the mental health system in hopes of seeing greater support for regional youth
WA Police homicide detectives are investigating a mystery death in Perth’s south-eastern suburbs.
Legendary West Australian scribe Tony Barrass, who was so devoted to his craft that he once went to jail for refusing to reveal a source, has died after a battle with throat cancer.
Two Mandurah men required a high-stakes rescue after their makeshift mattress boat was swept kilometres offshore — while they were equipped with nothing but an esky, beers and a dying phone.
Crown Resorts is under investigation by the Fair Work Ombudsman for underpaying hundreds of its workers.
Injured allrounder Hilton Cartwright and tail-enders Cam Gannon and Liam O’Connor helped WA hang on for a miracle Sheffield Shield draw against South Australia at the WACA Ground.
The desperate search for an 18-year-old swept into the Southern Ocean is set to stretch into its third day near Albany, after his mate was pulled from the water in a dramatic rescue.
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