Morris Leonard Deale, 35, is accused of sexually assaulting nine men over eight years, including two teenagers, and was charged by police this morning.
An inspired purple patch from Tenae Leitch propelled Geraldton to a thrilling 12-9 women’s grand final win over Bunbury in Sunday’s SunSmart State Country Championships decider.
A 35-year-old man has been accused of indecently and sexually assaulting nine males — including teenagers — over eight years.
A teenage boy is fighting for life while members of his family remain in a stable condition after being airlifted from a major crash in Quinninup yesterday.
While young Liberal leader Zak Kirkup may have conceded defeat against Labor leader and favourite Mark McGowan, the race for the seat of Murray-Wellington is closer than ever.
The Harvey Bulls have recharged in the off-season with the youngsters tipped to carry the club into the future.
One of Australia’s leading contemporary dancers is bringing a fiery production about misogyny and sexism in politics to Harvey.
Retaining youth in country areas like the South West is easier said than done, but a successful education and training institution in Harvey may just be creating a “reverse effect”.
Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault Football Club may be harbouring a future star who looks to be following in the footsteps of his father.
The Liberal candidate for Collie-Preston says her campaign was ‘undermined’ by the party’s failure to consult her about its signature policy to close Collie’s coal-fired power stations.
FMX rider Josh Sheehan would normally be travelling the world performing death defying stunts in front of thousands. But 2020 saw him grounded at his dad’s apple farm, where he has been keeping busy.
Benjamin Lawrence Byrne-Quinn, 33, appeared in Bunbury Magistrate’s Court yesterday, while one of the two women is still recovering in rehab.
The South West Native Title Settlement has hit a landmark moment as the deal officially commenced after years of appeals from opponents.
The Shire of Augusta-Margaret River says it will examine conflicts between users at the Gnarabup boat ramp as part of an upcoming review of coastal management issues.
Local Capes surfers took out the top men’s and women’s positions at last weekend’s WA Longboard and Logger Titles.
Theo Evans is an associate professor at the University of WA’s School of Biological Sciences. He knows a lot about dung, dung beetles, and flies.
With the race for the Warren-Blackwood electorate coming into its final weeks, and early voting already underway ahead of the March 13 poll, the Augusta-Margaret River Times talks to the candidates.
The region’s housing crisis is causing even greater headaches for this year’s vintage, with backpacker numbers down at least 30 per cent.
The Augusta-Margaret River shire is now a declared high-risk zone for the debilitating Ross River virus.
Residents opposing plans for a resort and associated mixed housing development at Gnarabup joined a Statewide protest at the weekend.
The South West’s abundance of wineries and wine exporters will receive a boost, should the Labor Government be re-elected after the State election next month.
Junior soccer players are perfecting their skills as Busselton City’s Stu Farmer settles into his new role as technical director of coaching.
Sculpture by the Bay will return for its 12th year tomorrow, showcasing more than 90 artists from the South West and beyond.
Vasse MLA Libby Mettam has committed $2 million towards upgrading Capes sporting facilities if the Liberals win the State election next month.
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