“What do we want? Climate action.”“When do we want it? Now.” Those were the words of a group of Bunbury students and community members who joined the National Climate Strike today.
South West FIFO workers will have an easier trek to work, as Fortescue Metals Group celebrates its inaugural flight from Busselton.
Shire of Augusta-Margaret River president Ian Earl has sent a formal request for St John Ambulance to address snowballing workload issues for the region’s volunteers.
Local politics has crippled the peak body which runs the ever-popular Margaret River Farmer’s Market.
The Smiths Beach Action Group has warned of an incoming Special Matters tribunal with the power to override local planning schemes for items deemed of State significance,
A smoke warning has been issued for Busselton and Dunsborough as prescribed burning is carried out in the region today.
Without a new licensed MRI machine the South West could face medical disaster, according to the region’s peak radiology centre.
South West businesses are supporting people with disability and injuries to help them get their foot in the door as part of a week aimed at supporting jobseekers to overcome barriers to employment.
Climate conscious young people in Bunbury will be joining thousands of students across the country using their voices to fight for action as part of a National Climate Strike tomorrow.
She may have scaled the peak of the world’s most lucrative individual sport, but Shani Waugh is excited at the prospect of leading a team in what she considers her “favourite sport in the world”.
One started the season with a dominant win thanks to a swashbuckling ton, while the other very nearly slipped up on a banana peel double-figure target.
Councillors have faced down an impossible task with the proposed Rapids Landing supermarket expansion.
All six BDCA women’s captains spoke with Jackson Barrett ahead of the season’s opening round.
Leading up to the local government elections, the Nannup Shire has a mixed bag with one contested seat, three candidates elected unopposed and one chair left vacant on the council.
A member of the anti-vax business alliance in the South West believes former US president Donald Trump will save the world from an international secret group de-populating the globe.
Jackson Barrett & Jacinta Cantatore
Miscarriage and stillbirth are taboo topics to talk about in the community, but Bunbury residents are hoping to change that by hosting a commemoration event this weekend.
Residents will be able to follow this Saturday’s local government election results as they unfold via the South Western Times’ live blog.
The seeds are being planted for next year’s Donnybrook Apple Festival as the community plans for another fruitful event.
South West dentists, pharmacists and general practitioners will soon be required to be fully vaccinated to work — a decision welcomed as a necessary step by a leading doctor in the region.
Despite missing out on a WANL premiership and an opportunity to represent WA in a national tournament, ECU Souwest Jets’ Ruth Aryang was recently named the best and fairest in the WANL.
The next generation of the South West’s finest netballers took centre stage against the best of the best throughout the State in a recent tournament.
A Capel man has been fined and had his licence disqualified for 12 months for speeding along Bussell Highway at an “incredibly high speed” of 176km/h.
Local government election day is nearing, and the candidates keen to represent the Dardanup community have made their pitches.
Perth mezzo soprano Fiona Campbell returns to the big stage in her home State next month for Australian String Quartet’s Margaret River Weekend of Music from November 5 to 11.
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