The Bunbury and Districts Cricket Association cruised to a 206-run win over Peel in Friday’s A-Section final of the 2022 Alcohol Think Again senior Country Week championships.
Direct flights from Melbourne to the South West have been pushed back yet again, marking the ninth delay for the long-awaited route.
Donnybrook have pulled off one of the biggest SWFL signings over the past decade, with favourite son Ben Howlett returning to the club in 2022.
The South West can expect another sweltering weekend as WA experiences one of the hottest summer periods in history.
Augusta-Margaret River’s premiership defence has been given an extra boost of experience after announcing the return of another of its exports.
The new captain of Augusta’s Volunteer Fire and Rescue brigade is urging residents to join the group as fires continue to ravage the South West.
Augusta’s new Kangaroo Garden has been brought to life by one of the region’s finest emerging Aboriginal artists.
Collie residents who chose to shop local have helped reinvest more than $2 million into the town’s economy over the festive season.
A South West magistrate has slammed a Bunbury man’s “abhorrent behaviour” towards his ex-partner, which involved him leaving several threatening voicemails over a three-month period.
It would be naïve to think we could ride out this pandemic from behind Fortress WA’s walls and wait until the rest of the world had “learned to live with it” long enough for the virus to be over.
Hopes of the Bunbury and Districts Cricket Association reaching the A-Section final of senior country week were on a knife’s edge heading into Wednesday’s crunch clash.
Given the level of talent within the Bunbury and Districts Cricket Association’s second XI this year, there is little wonder why they are a genuine B-Section title threat.
The private development would see a $118 million five-star hotel erected at the townsite, containing 121 rooms, as well as a pool, spa, gym, function centre, restaurant and bar.
Gazebos provides shelter from the scorching heat as people form long queues to get vaccinated.
Reigning Bunbury Basketball Association women’s champions Tornadoes Black showed on Tuesday night there is still plenty of revs in their engine.
A Collie bed and breakfast owner is being forced to tear down more than $100,000 of infrastructure he had built to expand his business during the pandemic because of a red tape loophole.
Sam Whiteman has made a shock return to the Sydney Thunder squad on the eve of the Big Bash League finals, despite the highly anticipated return of one of Australia’s Ashes heroes.
Australian funnyman Rove McManus is set to take to the stage as part of this year’s Bunbury Fringe Festival line-up.
The Emergency Minister had commended South West firefighters who have been at the frontline of a series of devastating bushfires that burnt through the region earlier this year.
Closing out three days of international film screenings the Festival Hub Sundowner — held on Saturday, January 15 — offered attendees live music, refreshments and the opportunity to talk film.
The South West is coming to terms with the new normal following a snap mask mandate as COVID exposure sites were identified in the region.
As WA begins to count down the days until the boarder open, South West schools are scrambling to ensure they are prepared to continue educating during what could eventually become the regions worst outbreak.
A 36-year-old man has been jailed for indecently recording and dealing with a young boy, as well as possessing thousands of explicit cartoon images and videos depicting children.
The taxi driver who was targeted during a late-night violence spree in Eaton at the weekend has described the terrifying moment a group of juveniles threatened to “cut him up with an axe”.
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