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.
A new survey has confirmed long-term residents are bearing the brunt of the region’s housing crisis, with serious concerns about the mental health toll on families.
Work is likely to resume soon on the long-delayed Cape-to-Cape Track winter diversion project, despite the wishes of local Aboriginal elders.
The region’s top bushfire officer has written to more than 1000 households warning their properties are at “extreme” risk during any future fire disaster.
Surfers Point will host a battle between the sport’s best juniors this weekend.
A new funding lifeline will help the Margaret River Heart give back to the local music scene, with a series of Homegrown performances coming up.
Residents are being urged to get involved in a series of collaborative workshops looking at the future of the region’s coastline.
The Shire of Augusta-Margaret River has conceded it has no way to force the developer of Rapids Landing to build a much-needed second access road.
Artists across the region have been given a hurry-up as registrations close for this year’s Margaret River Region Open Studios event.
The Cowaramup Lions Club is hosting its annual car boot sale extravaganza this weekend.
Women and their allies are encouraged to book last-minute tickets to this year’s International Women’s Day celebration at Cullen Wines.
Centenary Gardens was transformed into a world of colour, music and fun on Sunday as families and friends enjoyed the sounds of Ibiza at the final Downtown Music Festival.
Families and friends settled in along the Eaton Foreshore on Friday night for an evening of fun and relaxation at Movies by Moonlight.
A Bunbury hotel owner has been left feeling “dejected” and “disappointed” following a decision made at last week’s Bunbury City Council meeting.
Featuring three characters and a magical flying home, HOUSE is a heartfelt, hilarious tale of friendship and belonging.
A South West priest is praying for the return of his two favourite gnomes which were taken from his home during a recent plant sale fundraiser.
Bunbury Turf Club will be on show this weekend as it hosts one of the biggest days on the city’s calendar.
Friendship, love and saving a life are just some of the long list of benefits of fostering or adopting a pet, according to the Bunbury teams at Petstock and SAFE.
A South West shire president has been blackballed by his town’s volunteer fire brigade just months after he attempted to remove two long-serving firefighters from their senior shire roles.
Primewest will build an A-grade office block in Bunbury for the Federal Government, bringing hundreds of jobs to the port city in WA’s South West.
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