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“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.
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.
All six BDCA women’s captains spoke with Jackson Barrett ahead of the season’s opening round.
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
South Bunbury have unveiled their senior coach for 2022 and beyond, with Donnybrook premiership coach Julian Burgess to take the reins.
A South West war veteran heralded for his disability advocacy is launching a new leadership course for people living with a disability — and it hits Bunbury this month.
A group of South West retailers opposed to COVID-19 vaccines have united in a bizarre bid to allow the public to shop with businesses which they claim “support human rights”.
But the best was yet to come for Blues fans.
A local dog club have managed to get their paws on an opportunity to trial a new home for training and events.
A 27-year-old man has been spared having a conviction recorded for breaching his two-week quarantine when he moved to WA from Victoria.
Connection to community is a key part of maintaining positive mental health, according to a South West volunteer resources provider.
A Bunbury resident and local op-shop have joined forces to donate to those in need in Timor-Leste, as the country struggles to get back on its feet from the aftermath of Cyclone Seroja.
Elderly people across the South West are set to receive much needed support for abuse and ageing-related issues.
The South West is again leading the regional vaccination pack, with almost 69 per cent of residents having received their first COVID-19 jab and almost 50 per cent of residents fully vaccinated.
Two police officers are lucky they can avoid mandatory blood tests — and the anxious wait for results — after they were allegedly spat on by a man in police custody.
A group of heavy duty diesel mechanic apprentices have created a Blue Tree from scrap metal to raise awareness about mental health.
The school run to Bunbury Cathedral Grammar School will be made easier for Capes students next year as the school increases bus services.
The home of football in the South West is another step closer to a long-awaited upgrade, with a further $4.4 million worth of funding announced by the Federal Government.
The Harvey Bulls have a new man in charge after announcing the appointment of 2022 league coach Mark Pink.
Elderly accountant Joe Papalia, who is alleged to have stolen at least $19 million from trusting friends and clients, has applied to use public money to pay for his lawyers.
With less than two weeks until voting for local government elections closes, the South Western Times offered each Bunbury mayoral candidate the chance to pitch to the public.
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