WA’s best up-and-coming lacrosse talent will journey to Busselton next weekend for the annual round robin event Re-Lax Down South.
Five local rugby players have been selected to represent WA at the U12 Beasts National Carnival.
The outbreak of the coronavirus has created a windfall for Capes businesses, with 11 additional cruise ships set to dock in Busselton over the next 18 months.
The Busselton Fringe Festival will transform the ArtGeo Cultural Complex on Queen Street into FringeFun Day tomorrow.
Dunsborough Cricket Club have firmed as A-grade contenders after defeating top-of-the-table Yobs on Saturday.
Ten new students have arrived in Busselton to undertake their placements with the Rural Clinical School.
A 60-year-old man has died after an off-road motorbike crash in Marybrook on Monday.
A Dunsborough man who bought a Lotto ticket from Sea Change News is more than $1 million richer.
The 2020 Groovin the Moo line-up has something for everyone, from Aussie legends Gang of Youths, The Cat Empire and The Veronicas to new favourites Ruby Fields, Kira Puru, WAAX and Manu Crooks.
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Nicholas Edis appeared today in Collie Magistrate’s Court facing 23 charges, including seven counts of sexually penetrating a child under 16 years of age.
A man who fatally bashed his partner at a Kalgoorlie campsite a month after she gave birth to one of their children has been jailed for at least 17 years over the “brutal” murder.
A three-month long fishing competition will feature among a host of events set to be run during a massive celebration of WA salmon.
WA is preparing for a coronavirus pandemic amid warnings from the State’s top doctors that up to one-in-four could contract the disease. Here are the measures being considered.
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Tomorrow’s “Highway to Hell” tribute celebration of the State’s greatest rock export should be the beginning of more events dedicated to Fremantle icon Bon Scott.
The world’s second-deadliest ant may have made its way to Perth, with pest control company Swatapest called to destroy several nests of what may be jack jumper ants.
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