Grab your paint and pens because entries are now open for the 2020 City of Busselton Art Award.
The South West has just embarked on “kitten season”, with the RSPCA offering some handy tips to keep those cute fur babies healthy.
Yallingup’s Kael Walsh was awarded the Oakley Prizm performer award on Sunday after some “electrifying” surf in the Australian Boardriders Battle
Students at Busselton’s St Mary MacKillop College have teamed up with the local Rotary club in a project to improve the lives of dementia patients with music therapy.
Containers for Change — WA’s new container-deposit scheme — launches on October 1 with collection sites in Margaret River, Cowaramup, Dunsborough and Busselton.
City of Busselton staff have moved to reassure residents of the City’s “financially sound” decision to apply for $15 million of loans after questions regarding its financial position arose last week.
The 2018 Xanadu cabernet sauvignon has taken top honours at the 2020 James Halliday Australia Cabernet Challenge, scoring 97 points out of a possible 100 to be named Australia’s best cabernet.
The RAC rescue helicopter has called to a serious crash reported near Injidup Spring Road and Karli Rise in Yallingup.
The little boy was discovered ‘fit, well and hungry’ by his grandfather just before 7pm, and was rushed to his parents who were waiting at their Airbnb in Yallingup.
Sarah Steger Jackson Lavell-Lee and Jackson Barrett
A new campaign by the McGowan Government has highlighted labour shortages in regional WA in the hospitality industry, jobs usually filled by international backpackers.
Catherine Massey and Jackson Lavell-Lee
Warren-Blackwood MLA Terry Redman is calling for a task force to address “unprecedented worker shortages” in regional agriculture and tourism businesses.
Three days of simultaneous judging of 364 wine exhibits from 29 wine regions in Coonawarra and Margaret River wrapped up the 2020 James Halliday Australian Cabernet Challenge last week.
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