A Bunbury band is hoping to rock its way to success at the West Australian Music annual Song of the Year competition.
Walpole duo Oceanique have released their second single Grandmothers Shelf, a folk pop track.
A Bunbury resident has been recognised for her achievements at the WA Disability Service Awards, where she was commended for her leadership skills.
The Manjimup Cherry Harmony Festival going ahead as planned is sweet relief for everyone involved.
The contentious route of the Bunbury Outer Ring Road southern section was discussed at the State Cabinet meeting last week when Capel shire president Michael Southwell proposed an alternate option.
Bridgetown High School students had a successful showing at the South West Visual Arts Spectacular, taking out three podium finishes, including a first place.
The ATO argues that Alcoa of Australia underpriced its alumina sales over a 20-year period to Aluminium Bahrain B.S.C, one of the largest aluminium smelters in the world.
A construction project at the Manjimup St John Ambulance sub-centre has finished and is aimed at providing more convenience for its volunteers.
A Channybearup resident was lucky to avoid serious harm after her car was crushed by a falling tree limb.
Western Meat Processors Group is embarking on a $10 million expansion of its Cowaramup abattoir, creating 50 new jobs and potentially opening up lucrative new markets.
Harvey umpire Daniel Ebert is counting down the days until he can stand in the centre square — with his whistle in-hand — for the first football game of 2020.
Harvey Supa IGA and the generous community have raised funds for Breast Cancer Care WA through the Purple Bra Day fundraiser again this year.
Impressed parents have captured the attention of the Education Minister after penning a letter of gratitude to the Harvey Primary School community.
Binningup residents are demanding an apology from a Harvey shire councillor after taking offence to a comment he made in last month’s council meeting.
Harvey Shire Council has issued an emergency Ross River warning for the western side of the Leschenault Estuary.
There will be table tennis, PlayStations and kids discos at Harvey’s new youth space which opens next month.
Camp Mornington and the PCYC in Harvey have fallen victim to the financial pressures of COVID-19 and will not reopen post the pandemic.
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Aaron Hughes’ quest to tell a story floating around in his head led him to leave Perth and his study of genetics and return to Manjimup.
Manjimup RSL has donated a mobility scooter to a resident in need, replacing her older scooter with a newer, more reliable model.
A non-teaching staff member at a private school in WA’s South West has been stood down for using a racial slur during a classroom discussion of the Black Lives Matter movement.
The post office veteran is one of Australia Post’s longest serving employees and will serve her last shift next Friday.
Alcoa of Australia’s plans to lift mining and processing rates as part of its Pinjarra Alumina Refinery expansion will be subject to a Public Environmental Review.
The Ferris wheel will be spinning and the fireworks cracking at the Waroona Show this year, with show organisers on Friday confirming the show would go ahead on October 10.
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