An audit has shown West Australians are still flocking to the South West in direct contravention of the McGowan Government’s regional travel ban.
Danielle Le Messurier
Tourism Western Australia today established a special team offering support to members of the tourism industry during the current COVID-19 pandemic.
The inaugural Busselton Dunsborough Times Easter Colouring in Competition is seeking entries from kids across the City of Busselton
WA police have been inundated with inquiries regarding COVID-19 leading to the establishment of a COVID-19 pandemic information hotline.
Being stranded in the South West is just the latest complication in a life of exploring for esteemed sailor Jeanne Socrates.
The Busselton and Dunsborough skatepark closures were met with frustration this week from children and parents.
Pharmacy workers in the Capes region have been exposed to “extreme stress” with customers abusing staff, panic buying and disregarding Government recommendations for COVID-19.
Busselton City Council voted to implement a range of economic measures in response to the COVID-19 crisis at an emergency council meeting on Wednesday.
The City of Busselton has stood down short-term and casual staff members amid the COVID-19 crisis.
Students from West Busselton Primary School have written letters of encouragement and appreciation to people working on the front line of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Stranded travellers in the South West are seeking compassion and understanding from locals who are concerned the remaining tourist population will put further pressure on limited resources.
The Margaret River Wine industry today toasted the end to a successful 2020 vintage.
A controversial application to develop a sand mine in Kaloorup was approved by the City of Busselton during its first telecommunication council meeting on Wednesday.
A mechanical fault caused a truck to catch fire this morning in Quindalup forcing the closure of Hayes road.
Two men, have been charged with COVID-19 related crimes in regional WA.
The WA government announced yesterday all travel between regions will be banned as of Wednesday April 1.
WA Police Force have charged the first person to who failed to comply with a direction to self-isolate.
The WA Government today amended it’s restrictions on liquor sales saving hundreds of jobs at local wineries.
A Fire at Dunsborough Mitre 10 this morning has caused an estimated $500,000 worth of damage.
Speculation that a car fire under the Tuart Drive bridge in Wonnerup was to restrict visitor access to Busselton reflects concern for locals’ safety.
WA’s Health Department is refusing to disclose the location of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the South West amid numerous claims by residents that the virus had arrived in Margaret River and Busselton.
Warren Hately and Jackson Lavell-Lee
Musicians across the Capes have turned to the internet to provide entertainment to self-isolating fans amid the COVID-19 social restrictions.
Dunsborough Cricket Club have been awarded the WA Community Cricket Awards Country Cricket Club of the Year.
The new end to the school term is Friday April 3 after the Premier announced students should stay at home if they can.
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