The shocking spate of double fatalities on South West roads continued at the weekend when two women were killed on a notorious stretch of Bussell Highway near Ludlow.
Bad blood between drivers and cyclists has led to some interesting signs appearing along Bussell Highway as part of the City of Busselton’s Share the Rural Road project.
Anytime Fitness Busselton has set the hearts of its “brotherhood” racing with its Rowvember challenge, an initiative to help open conversations between men at the gym.
A man who allegedly endangered the lives of the Margaret River community after he opened fire in a quiet suburban street has been remanded in custody.
The City of Busselton has been recognised with a national award for achievement in local government.
Young South West filmmakers will be going for gold next year, with the theme of Treasure announced for CinefestOZ’s Cinesnaps Short Film Competition.
The South West will be overrun with raging students ready to celebrate the end of a tumultuous school year when Leavers kicks off this weekend.
Australia’s biggest off-road triathlon, X-Adventure Dunsborough, is back in the game, with the event set to go full speed ahead in April.
Baked might be small and relatively new, but its award-winning delights were made evident last month when it won a gold award for its delicious and highly popular lamingtons.
The Margaret River wine industry celebrated a very different 19th annual wine show this week, capping off a challenging and unusual year for the sector.
There’s a chance to grab a bargain next weekend when the annual Garage Sale Trail comes to Busselton.
Documents from a 1993 time capsule were unveiled over the weekend, 27 years after it was buried at the Quindalup boat ramp.
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