Running out of the Senior Citizend Centre, the group is hoping to grow its numbers or it risks losing its art space.
Busselton’s Gelato Buonissimo entered five flavours into the Awards’ WA Dairy Product Competition earlier this year, winning three gold awards and two silvers.
After COVID-19 forced residents to hold driveway dawn services to commemorate Anzac Day in 2020, hundreds of residents came together this year to remember the Anzac spirit.
A South West man alleged to have taken an expensive vehicle without the consent of its owner and evaded police by driving “recklessly” through a residential area has maintained his innocence.
Busselton Magpies coach David Lewis hopes for a season turnaround ahead of round five.
Recapping all the South West Netball Football League action in round five.
A South West man is due to be sentenced tomorrow despite an indication that he could be declared a serial family violence offender.
Farmers, agricultural businesses and communities in the South West will be better prepared for the impacts of climate change by a $20 million drought resilience hub.
Fresh off the Millennium Falcon, from a galaxy far, far away, two familiar faces have been spotted exploring our great State of WA.
The fight to lower the speed limit on a dangerous stretch of Bussell Highway, which has some residents fearing for their lives, is ramping up after a petition received more than 800 signatures.
Those experiencing homelessness in Bunbury will soon have a new avenue for support when an affordable housing project is finally completed.
A 56-year-old Molloy Island man has admitted to pulling a gun on his family claiming he was fearing for his life after being attacked by his eldest son.
He might be 90 years old, but Dave Norman is showing no signs of slowing down at the Busselton-Bunbury Rifle Club.
Waroona council voted to amend a local health law to add provisions which allow for the control of bird-scaring devices
A Collie man has been jailed for exposing himself in front of children at a local park, as well as breaching unrelated police and court orders.
A project aiming to brighten up the streets of Northcliffe has finally begun to blossom this month.
An elderly woman’s beloved pet dog was mauled by a pair of black labrador cross puppies who she says used his legs as a chew toy and tried to pull him apart.
Recreational fishers in the South West are being urged to help shape the future of the region’s fish stocking programs.
This situation rapidly changed when crews arrived to discover two metal drums filled with unknown chemicals caught in the blaze.
Manjimup’s mushrooms have been recognised on the national level this month.
Mr Munro’s main concern about retiring is leaving the town without a taxi service.
“He said to me, ‘I don’t have any cash, but I’ve got an Italian sausage I can give you’.”
As Rotary clubs around Australia celebrate 100 years since the organisation expanded to the country, the Manjimup branch has shone a light on its one and only 50-year member.
The Southern Forest Steppers will be taking part in the eighth annual Walk for Women’s Cancer at the end of the month, with fundraising efforts well in progress.
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