Athletes from the South West and beyond are whipping themselves into shape this month, with Australia’s biggest off-road triathlon X-Adventure Dunsborough fast approaching.
Liberals WA will fight to provide senior citizens with stamp duty relief if they win this State election as the South West housing shortage crisis continues to raise its head.
A South West Aboriginal elder dedicated to breaking down Australia’s cultural barriers has released a memoir.
Dunsborough residents have slammed the Development Assessment Panel this week after members voted in favour of a four-storey apartment complex on the foreshore.
It seems our canine companions are also feeling the effects of COVID-19 with an increase in reports of unfriendly encounters and a rise in reported dog bites.
Morris Leonard Deale, 35, is accused of sexually assaulting nine men over eight years, including two teenagers, and was charged by police this morning.
A 35-year-old man has been accused of indecently and sexually assaulting nine males — including teenagers — over eight years.
The South West’s abundance of wineries and wine exporters will receive a boost, should the Labor Government be re-elected after the State election next month.
Junior soccer players are perfecting their skills as Busselton City’s Stu Farmer settles into his new role as technical director of coaching.
Sculpture by the Bay will return for its 12th year tomorrow, showcasing more than 90 artists from the South West and beyond.
Vasse MLA Libby Mettam has committed $2 million towards upgrading Capes sporting facilities if the Liberals win the State election next month.
The tourism industry is expected to see mass closures in the South West when JobKeeper ends next month if new financial assistance is not urgently put in place, according to operators in the region.
A cherished education service in Busselton will celebrate a milestone at the end of the month — highlighting its rapid success and growth in the South West and beyond.
Busselton woman Sharene Blake raised the bar for ultra runners all over the world this month when she smashed the record for the fastest unsupported run on the Cape to Cape track.
An elderly woman in her 70s who nearly killed a mother and three children when her car swerved into the wrong lane of a major highway has been slammed by a South West Magistrate before avoiding jail.
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The South West president of the Rebels bikie gang has again faced court after previously pleading guilty to a string of drug, steroid and stealing charges.
Jackson Barrett and Daryna Zadvirna
Seven West Media and Facebook have signed a landmark deal to ensure the social media giant pays for use of the company’s original news content.
Australind teenager and rising star Kyle Lee has pocketed two podium finishes in open water swimming events this month.
The new Origins Market on West Street is fast approaching its November opening date, and is recruiting for numerous positions in its senior management team.
A meth addict whose violent life of crime culminated in him murdering a mate with an axe has been jailed for life — still refusing to say why he did it.
Local athletes dominated the Jetty Swim at the weekend, pumping out strong results for the Busselton Swimming Club.
Mark McGowan is on track to lead WA Labor to its biggest ever State election victory, according to a new poll, as the Liberals plead for voters to not let the Premier take “total control”.
Peter Law & Warren Hately
The new solar powered train on the Busselton Jetty rolls out from the station filled with excited families.
Residents are being encouraged to support local businesses after a snap lockdown earlier this month which reportedly cost the Capes economy at least “hundreds of thousands of dollars.”
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