Talented shooter Summer Stirling is training round the clock in a bid to get another crack at playing State league netball.
The Australian share market has dropped after surging as trading day opened, with investors rattled following an announcement by US officials that ruled out a return to normal life until a COVID-19 vaccine is found.
The cattle were then consigned to the Mt Barker Regional Saleyards, where the injured animal was observed as agitated and charged when approached.
Agricultural investment group Alterra Ltd has secured a 30 year lease on 300ha of land to conduct a feasibility study into establishing a large scale avocado growing project in Pemberton.
Police today confirmed they had arrested two people and enforced takeaway alcohol sale ban until Thursday
The Manjimup-Bridgetown Times has selected the top performers from the Warren Blackwood Cricket Association this season and assembled a team.
The land asset developer has locked in its first avocado venture, involving 300ha at Pemberton and will raise development capital through a syndicate of professional investors.
After decades of planning and already en route to visit his son, a vet in Perth, Alex Trefny had no intention of letting the coronavirus pandemic stop him from completing the trip of a lifetime.
Shoppers concerned about coronavirus stripped supermarkets of pasta, tinned food, liquid hand wash, soap and toilet paper when panic about the virus initially set in
Police will allege a Northern Gully man charged over a serious head-on crash in Karloo in February this year was drink driving at the time.
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
As a symbol of hope in a time of crisis, South West icons are being lit up yellow and shining bright each night.
School holidays have started a week early and it will be a break like none before, with families practising social distancing amid the COVID-19 crisis.
Farmers in the southern regions are set to allocate more of their land to grain production after a big sell off of sheep to the Eastern States over recent months.
For many women in Australia who have just become new mothers or are in the late stages of pregnancy, an already uncertain time is being amplified by the COVID-19 crisis.
South West Police are warning businesses closed due to the coronavirus crisis to be extra vigilant with their security measures.
Former WA senior of the year — 86-year-old Errol Warren Bartlett-Torr — has been jailed for five years for sickening sex offences.
Peter Fiorenza, like many in Geraldton who share Italian heritage, watches with concern the unfolding crisis in his forebears’ homeland.
The talented reinsman backed up his solid effort for the Bond stable.
Justin Fris and Ernie Manning
With birthday parties on the list of banned social gatherings, families have had to get inventive with ways to celebrate milestones.
Family and friends of Carol Clay and Russell Hill are in mourning after police called off the search for the pair who disappeared while camping in Victoria’s high country more than a fortnight ago.
Mark Buttler and Aneeka Simonis
Bunbury boatees have been encouraged to anchor at home for the time being for the benefit of the wider community, a message that received mixed responses.
After hearing the official Anzac Day ceremonies were cancelled, a Dalyellup resident organised her own driveway remembrance.
A Bunbury resident has discovered one of seven new species of Australia’s colourful “dancing” peacock spider.
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