The founder of the world-first artificial surf reef to be installed at Bunbury’s Back Beach is still hopeful the project will invigorate the city and its surf culture.
Sporting a flashy new facade and a fit-for-purpose studio, the Stirling Street Arts Centre redevelopment has finally reached completion.
Bunbury farewelled renowned motorcycle enthusiast, champion and well-respected community member Glen Richard Britza at his funeral on Monday.
Former Roelands dairy and potato farmer Fred Rose, one of the last surviving Rats of Tobruk, celebrated his 101st birthday on Thursday with the planting of a special flower.
A $3000 annual increase in the councillor meeting attendance fee sparked a heated debate at the Bunbury City Council chambers on Tuesday night.
Consumer Protection has urged South West residents to be wary of puppy scams, after losses of more than $28,000 and a total of 18 WA scams were reported in June.
Throughout their three seasons in the SWFL women’s competition, Carey Park has been able to provide plenty of opportunities for women to play at the highest level in the region.
ECU Souwest Jets coach Erin Culnane took plenty of heart from her side’s endeavour in Saturday night’s 68-50 home loss against the Rangers.
Collie building company Jila Riley will undertake the first stage of an environmental clean-up at the Collie Roundhouse, in partnership with McMahon’s Services.
Capel trainer-reinsman Aiden De Campo appears to have unearthed another feature specialist, with his three-year-old Alta Engen fending off favourite Alta Blues.
A desire to help the breast care nurses who have helped his wife has inspired Collie’s Josh Davies to raise money for the McGrath Foundation through Dry July.
The Big Brother house seems like the last place you might find a quiet, down-to-earth, man from Collie, but intrigue led Ian Joass to sign up for the reality TV show, and he became a hit.
The first school holidays since the removal of the intra-state borders have seen a rise in demand for self-contained accommodation, but spending in the region is down on previous years.
Printsync South West Slammers women’s coach Nathan Grover believes the experience of Bianca Donovan, Ebony Bilcich and Shannon Verhagen will be extremely beneficial for his side.
In a coup for the Panthers, several familiar faces will return to the club, including 2013 Sandover medallist, Rory O’Brien.
The Bunbury City Council will reinstate ticketed parking and PayStay monitoring from this Monday which was suspended since March in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
After months of being closed, Bunbury Regional Entertainment Centre is finally reopening its doors thanks to a helping hand from Southern Ports.
The contentious route of the Bunbury Outer Ring Road southern section was discussed at the State Cabinet meeting last week when Capel shire president Michael Southwell proposed an alternate option.
Four State schools within the Harvey and Waroona shires have reached an exciting milestone and will operate as Independent Public Schools from semester two.
An Australiana-inspired new mini-golf course has opened in the South West — just in time for the school holidays.
Children flocked to the Australind foreshore last week for the official opening of the Karragarup Play Space.
Binningup residents are demanding an apology from a Harvey shire councillor after taking offence to a comment he made in last month’s council meeting.
When the clock struck midnight on January 23, China’s Hubei province — the alleged root of the coronavirus pandemic — went into lockdown. Trapped inside was one of our own...
Watch Your Waste South West is encouraging people to become actively involved in Plastic Free July, by reducing the amount of single-use plastic in day-to-day life.
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