The acknowledgement comes after considerable work.
State Government cuts to TAFE fees have boosted enrolment numbers in areas such as aged care, disability and early childhood education, according to South Regional TAFE’s Bunbury campus.
More than 170 women from the South West and Great Southern will join some of Australia’s leading dance artists for a showcase in Denmark later this month.
Bunbury Taxis is appealing to the community for support following the announcement of rideshare giant Ola’s plans to launch in Bunbury.
Police have charged a 31-year-old Millbridge man with a string of sexual abuse charges following an extensive investigation.
An eagerly awaited decision regarding a WAFL/WAFLW/SWFL-inspired triple-header football extravaganza will be voted on at Bunbury City Council tonight.
Bunbury’s iconic pink building came to life on Friday as artists, guests and dignitaries came together to officially open the South Western Times Art 2020 exhibition.
Perth Glory Jersey and tickets to be WON!
East Bunbury residents are invited to be part of a new program to bring them closer to City of Bunbury councillors and staff.
“When you get away from the big city centres you get that passion and honesty from staff, which is what I have seen here in Bunbury.”
Bunbury florists said roses were the most popular pick for today’s flower of choice. Will you be coming home to one?
This year’s City of Bunbury’s Heritage Awards will celebrate Bunbury’s heritage and the people who work so hard to conserve it.
It was all “togas and statues” for Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School students when they arrived for their Ancient Greece-themed ball on Saturday.
A dolphin baby boom in Koombana Bay has led to a rush of people trying to get a glimpse of the cute arrivals and putting them at risk.
Secondary design and technology students at Bunbury Cathedral Grammar started off the school year with a new tool.
Transport Minister Rita Saffioti is adamant she will not be visiting the southern site of the Bunbury Outer Ring Road following calls from Capel shire president Michael Southwell.
Several factors go into putting together a schedule.
This weekend, the centre will celebrate its one year anniversary since the upgraded facility opened.
Spotted at the Sanctuary Golf Resort on Saturday night, Our Lady of Mercy College students in full glam
Will one of Tassie’s finest claim the chequered flag?
Fresh out of St Mary’s College in Broome, Michael Pepper is settling into his new role as Bunbury Catholic College principal.
Bunbury accommodation providers were busy handing dozens of enquiries on Monday within minutes of the Groovin the Moo festival line up being announced.
Two volunteers, who have spent 35 years between them helping the less fortunate in Bunbury, have celebrated their last day at the Intown Centre.
Leschenault residents Dave and Jake Coghlan will be joining three other South West locals as they display their works of art at Perth’s Sculptures at Bathers this weekend.
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