New hope has been breathed into the 40-year-old mystery surrounding the disappearance of Collie school girl Lisa Mott, with a new $1 million reward to anyone who can help catch her suspected killer.
Bunbury’s boating community have welcomed the recent $78 million funding announcement from the State Government which will go towards the Transforming Bunbury’s Waterfront project.
With the summer season around the corner, the City of Bunbury Surf Life Saving Club patrol captains and their teams have commenced beach patrols.
Home to 33 active fire fighters and 40 members, Beelerup Bush Fire Brigade now has a place to call home with the newly-opened Beelerup Fire Station.
The Bunbury Regional Art Gallery has been taken over by a stunning display of art, completed by some of the region’s best young artistic talents.
Bunbury businesses are set to benefit from the City receiving an NBN Co business fibre zone, which will increase internet speeds in the CBD.
Don Punch Trophy winner Cameron Thomson’s is a story of footballing hard luck, persistence and now triumph.
A Bunbury man described as a “menace” on the road will spend a year behind bars after he caused a crash while under the influence of alcohol, cannabis and methamphetamine.
From the moment the final siren sounded on preliminary final day, the most powerful story, if Bunbury was to go on and win the following week, was going to be that of Jesse Gribble.
Surf Life Saving WA’s South West Westpac Helicopter reported a more than 65 per cent increase in swimmers and surfers being cleared from the water due to the presence of sharks this school holidays.
The Bunbury Musical Comedy Group has turned on the lights and raised the curtain to celebrate 60 years of song, dance and laughs.
The Bunbury Masters Swimming Club is celebrating 30 years of swimming and camaraderie. The club was formed in 1989 by a group of keen pool and ocean swimmers.
Last Wednesday was St John of God Health Care Foundation Day, and as part of the celebrations Bunbury St John of God unveiled two new wall panels in its main foyer.
As the dust settles on an extraordinary SWFL grand final, thewest.com football commentator Jackson Barrett and South Western Times journalist Bella Kitchen assess all 44 players from Sunday’s clash.
Jackson Barrett and Bella Kitchen
The Bunbury Geographe Chamber of Commerce hosted a State Budget lunch on Friday at the Quality Hotel Lighthouse.
This year’s budget will see the State Government fund a suite of projects across the South West.
Western Australian Premier Mark McGowan joined Bunbury MLA Don Punch at Jetty Baths on Friday to announce additional funding into a key project on Bunbury’s waterfront.
October marks Breast Cancer Awareness Month, which to many serves as a reminder to be aware of the common symptoms of the disease.
This week marks an awareness of mental health across Australia during what has been a tumultuous year.
The Bunbury Geographe Motor Museum roared to life on Sunday when the venue was officially opened.
To Ray Matthews, turning 100 yesterday was just another day.But it is hard to imagine, given his impressive life experiences, that it would be anything but extraordinary.
Bella Kitchen & Briana Fiore
Eaton Senior Citizens Centre put on a party to celebrate Ray Matthews’ 100th birthday on Friday. Mr Matthews still dances three times a week, mows lawns and plays cards at the centre.
A magistrate has slammed a Bunbury man for putting himself and his pregnant girlfriend in a position that could have been a ‘catastrophe’ after he crashed into a power pole while driving drunk.
The WA Good Food Guide gave Market Eating House chef, Brenton Pike, the challenging task of creating a five-course menu based around the letter “H”.
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