Candles glowed across the steps of Parliament House tonight as mourners gathered to remember Annaliesse Ugle — the 11-year-old who took her own life after her alleged rapist was given bail.
A global study of teenagers, including 14,000 Australian students, has revealed some remarkable differences between boys and girls.
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.
Commercial vessels battling COVID-19 infections would be barred from collecting their cargo in a policy being investigated by the WA Government.
A Bunbury photographer discovered her second species of peacock spider earlier this year and now it officially has a name — Maratus tiddalik.
A truck driver allegedly captured on video veering on to the wrong side of Albany Highway in a fuel tanker has been charged with reckless driving
Homegrown star Joel Jackson was in Albany at the weekend for his first home gig since he was a child.
GIWA’s Statewide grain harvest forecast for October slashed 10.5 per cent from an estimate of 14.5m tonnes released a month earlier.
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.
Ellen Hickman’s life was turned upside down one day in March last year when she noticed bright flashes in her right eye, causing her vision to be distorted and placing her career in jeopardy.
Gnowangerup will no longer be the home of the world’s biggest Chamberlain tractor.
Never without a warm, friendly smile or a cheeky grin, Brian Kennedy was a well-loved member of the Bunbury community.
The worker shortage in the Great Southern is nearing breaking point, with some businesses reducing opening hours or even days.
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.
Arson Squad police from Perth are investigating a fire which destroyed Geraldton’s only commercial laundry in the early hours of Thursday.
Police officers granting serious alleged offenders bail is a weak point in a system that favours the accused over the victim, former top cop Karl O’Callaghan claims.
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Bunbury’s Bob Gulvin is the quintessential “Jack of all trades”.Mr Gulvin celebrated his 100th birthday with family and friends
Horrific details surrounding the tragic death of a baby boy, found in a Kambalda caravan park toilet, have been revealed as the man who sexually abused his teenage mother was jailed today.
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