An accommodation site proposed for rural workers in Parkfield has ruffled councillors’ feathers at a recent Harvey Shire Council briefing session.
Murray-Wellington MLA Robyn Clarke has accused the Liberal candidate for the region Michelle Boylan of circulating a “misleading petition” on Facebook.
This week we are ditching the rolling pins for bottle caps as we talk to home-brew enthusiast and Brunswick brewing competition winner John Marcus.
Premier Mark McGowan has told Canning MHR Andrew Hastie to “grow up” — after Mr Hastie this month accused the Premier of “gaslighting” the public for his own popularity and political power.
Brunswick Men’s Shed members have been busy building a replica wheelbarrow to help preserve a piece of Harvey’s history.
Students at St Michael’s Primary School in Brunswick have been fundraising tirelessly to build a new nature playground.
There may not have been a Brunswick Show this year, however there was a sausage and beer festival to take its place.
Storybook characters came to life at Harvey Primary School on Wednesday as students celebrated Book Week.
The Sabournes swear that if you cut them in half, they will bleed maroon and gold.
Eileen Depiazzi has many loves in her life — her husband, her family, theatre and one can’t forget, the Australind and Districts Senior Citizens Centre.
In our series Rolling Pins and Memories, we reveal secret recipes and the stories and traditions behind them.
Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault premiership player Jordan Goff has opened up about how his side concealed its star ruckman’s injury so as not to give the Eaton Boomers confidence on grand final day.
The Australind Swimming Club last month swam its way into the State Championships in Perth.
Despite the economic woes brought on by COVID-19, more new businesses in Harvey, Brunswick and Waroona have opened their doors.
The countdown to leavers is on and Year 12 students across the State are preparing to venture to the South West for a week of celebration.
Students at Harvey Primary School have conducted an experiment even Captain Underpants would be proud of.
A woman who allegedly drove at speed past the Wagerup COVID-19 police checkpoint in May and was found by police in the bushes said she simply “took a wrong turn” and got lost.
The premiership players at Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault have continued to paint the town maroon and gold after their impressive win over the Eaton Boomers in the SWFL reserves grand final.
On the same day breast cancer survivor Sue Stevens finished her radiation treatment, her daughter Peggy O’Donnell was hit with the same heartbreaking diagnosis.
It has been all class all season from Bulls captain Doma Fedele, who finished the year as the runner-up Nola Marino medallist and the Bulls’ best and fairest.
There is a changing of the guard at Harvey-Benger Cricket Club with second-grade stalwart Scott Fowler stepping down after six seasons as captain.
An alleged child sex offender has links to a local children’s sporting club, often photographing the Harvey Karate Group and last year even going on an overseas tour with the kids.
Next month will mark 100 years since the State’s worst train disaster.
In our new series Rolling Pins and Memories, we reveal secret recipes and the stories and traditions behind them. Featured this week is Harvey’s Rosie Ventrice with zucchini ripieni.
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