Appointment completes the establishment of the City’s new executive leadership team
Busselton Mayor to unveil plaque
Artistic talents of City of Busselton staff exhibited
Ongoing renovations put Weld Theatre out of action for 2024 Panto season
Busselton Blazers went undefeated in the State titles.
Huge range of exotic vehicles
The growing reputation of Margaret River Region Open Studios is propelling it towards year-on-year growth, festival chair Jim Davies says.
Capes regional politics just received a shake-up, with the WA Parliament endorsing significant boundary changes to the Vasse and Warren-Blackwood electorates.
Solar winds trigger stunning display
“It’s exciting to watch and I know they’ll keep growing and improving for the kids, and inspire them for later in life.”
Detectives in Busselton are asking for the public’s help in identifying two individuals who smashed their way into a Prince Street jewellery store on November 1.
Suzanne Aston & Sean Van Der Wielen
A grassroots industry festival for the creative community will be revived next year after languishing during the pandemic.
Margaret River firebrand Willow Hardy has claimed the top division at the Australian Junior Surfing Titles on Phillip Island, with the region narrowly missing out on the top male division prize too.
Yallingup local, Ron T Ellis has recently published his first book, an illustrated children’s story that details the adventures of two Kangaroos, Billy and Joey.
Volunteers have turned out in their masses to keep the region’s beaches clear of rubbish as part of Tangaroa Blue’s annual WA Beach Clean-Up
Surfers from the Capes region are flying the flag for WA as part of a 34-member squad that dived into competition at the Australian Junior Surfing Titles at Phillip Island this week.
Busy weekend ahead for Busselton as the biggest Ironman event ever arrives in town
Busselton Golf Club is the first regional WA club to join the international R&A Women in Golf Charter
40 Years for Cape Singers
Experience the thrill of surfing in a safe, inclusive and controlled environment.
The event was all about promoting disability awareness and inclusion, encouraging everyone, irrespective of their abilities to have a go at some new activities and sports.
An ancient story of water and survival is now being told in a vibrant 200 metre long mural stretching along part of the Vasse diversion drain.
The City of Busselton has voted to remove all councillors from its behaviour complaints committee ahead of a further review of its future.
Sean Van Der Wielen
World-class ultra-cyclist on tour of South West schools.
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