The 47-year-old son of a couple found dead in their Capel home has appeared in Perth Magistrates Court on two murder charges.
The elderly Capel couple found dead inside their home earlier this morning have been revealed as well-loved husband and wife Colin and Bernice Dent, and their son is being questioned by police.
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As soon as our headlines reported a cyclist had been injured, people in the comments of our Facebook page began openly mocking the tragedy.
WA’s peak volunteer association is wary of how gaps in the policy could play out on the fire ground.
WA’s South West has been rocked by another tragedy with police questioning a man after two people were found dead at a home in Capel.
Police have confirmed the two people found dead inside a Capel home this morning were an elderly couple, while homicide detectives are now travelling to the South West to investigate.
Margaret River Boardriders have again come out on top against WA’s top surf clubs.
The Shire of Augusta-Margaret River council has voted for the “Rolls-Royce” option to support the development of a childcare service in Augusta.
It only took a week for the thorny issue of Shire of Augusta-Margaret River rates to come front and centre of the local election campaign.
Council candidate Carl Wheeler says he will “battle on” with his bid for a spot on the Shire of Augusta-Margaret River council despite revelations this week he once served 18 months in prison.
WA’s Police Minister has confirmed the South West will be included in the rollout of a specialist mental health co-response in mid-2022.
The pair, who both come from families deeply ingrained in their club’s storied history, became two-time premiership players at the Hawks.
Sunday’s colts final between Carey Park and Busselton was framed as the battle of the competition’s two best and most imposing forwards.
As the dust settles on the South West Football League season and Augusta-Margaret River’s fourth premiership triumph, here are a couple of the bizarre stats that emerged from grand final day.
They might have done things easy during this year’s finals series, but there were some ups and downs on Augusta-Margaret River’s journey. Here are five moments that would go on to define their season.
Visitor numbers to the town’s tourism centre have doubled in the past nine months and accommodation providers are scrambling to keep up with demand.
When the ball is bounced in Saturday’s grand final at Optus Stadium, you’ll be hard-pressed to find anyone in Bunbury more invested than Cameron Payne.
Eight of the candidates vying to be the next City of Bunbury Mayor will tonight go head-to-head in a one-off question-and-answer session with residents.
Students in the greater Bunbury area are raiding their pantries to help provide food for those in need.
Vulnerable young people in Bunbury will be able to find shelter and security in new crisis accommodation once the project receives funding for construction.
In the midst of South West Football League grand final festivities, the accolades just kept on coming for Augusta-Margaret River’s Simon Moore.
Despite having their chances of premiership glory wiped out, Busselton remain optimistic about the future.
A local netball player was “overjoyed” at being part of the recognition of the tireless work by defenders in the South West Netball Football League.
Bunbury’s Cameron Hay is making a habit of standing up in big games after being awarded the Don Punch MLA Trophy after a three-goal performance in the SWFL reserves decider.
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