The Zonta Club of Bunbury held its annual quiz morning fundraiser at the Bunbury Bowling Club.
Bunbury cricket stalwart Matt Foreman is Bunbury’s Liberal candidate for the 2021 State Election and has high hopes to grow the city.
This weekend, the South West Rose Society will host their annual rose show.
About 41 per cent of South West businesses are expecting stronger conditions over the next three months, according to the Chamber of Commerce and Industry WA regional pulse report released today.
A Bunbury Bushfire Brigade cadet has been recognised in this year’s WA Fire and Emergency Services Awards.
A Bunbury photographer discovered her second species of peacock spider earlier this year and now it officially has a name — Maratus tiddalik.
Eileen Depiazzi has many loves in her life — her husband, her family, theatre and one can’t forget, the Australind and Districts Senior Citizens Centre.
Never without a warm, friendly smile or a cheeky grin, Brian Kennedy was a well-loved member of the Bunbury community.
A South West basketball coach facing a string of child sex charges relating to two teenage girls he allegedly met through community sport has had his bail extended.
The City of Bunbury has been recognised at the Keep Australia Beautiful’s Australian Sustainable Communities — Tidy Towns awards, along with Youth Mayor Bella Burgemeister.
Enterprising Bunbury student Zaylee Logie Carruthers has made a major contribution to Bunbury’s In Town Centre, donating 100 pairs of shoes for people in need.
Students, teachers and school administrators around the South West have been forced to “roll with the punches” but school principals say their students are handling it well.
South West theatre and cinema goers are set to benefit from the State Government’s announcement of an exemption to the 2sqm rule for venues hosting seated events.
Talented young artists from around the region have been recognised for their work at the 2020 Iluka Visions award ceremony held at the Bunbury Regional Art Gallery on Friday night.
Bunbury’s Bob Gulvin is the quintessential “Jack of all trades”.Mr Gulvin celebrated his 100th birthday with family and friends
A primary school bus driver accused of twice-raping a 14-year-old girl he met online, was left unsupervised with children less than 24 hours before appearing in Bunbury Magistrate’s Court.
Briana Fiore and Jackson Barrett
The close-knit community of Collie has rallied around the two girls injured in a shocking incident outside the Crown Hotel last Thursday night.
October 22 is Saffron Day which raises awareness about organ donation and urges all Australians to register for organ donation and discuss with family members their intentions to donate.
With winter sports having wrapped up, excitement has shifted to the ballpark, with both teeball and softball seasons beginning with a bang.
It was another unforgettable season for the SWFL women’s competition, with a number of quality players showcasing the full range of their talents. Justin Fris selects his top 20 players from 2020.
Transport Minister Rita Saffioti has defended the State Government’s decision to appoint the Spanish builder behind the troubled Sydney light rail project to the $852 million BORR contract.
More than 280 budding tennis fans throughout the South West have received new racquets this week thanks to a visit from the ANZ Tennis Hot Shots Racquet Roadshow.
A magistrate has slammed a man for his “deplorable traffic history” after he told the police he was his brother when caught driving on a lifetime suspension — his 12th no-authority-to-drive offence.
A Ferguson Valley winery has taken out the top spot at the Blackwood Valley WA Boutique and Single Vineyard Wine Show at the weekend.
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