Agrifood and beverage businesses are being encouraged to apply for the second round of Agrifood and Beverage vouchers program, with up to $700,000 being made available.
The State Government is being called on to fund urgent safety repairs at Bunbury Speedway and save the remainder of the 2020-21 sprint car season.
The Fuller Co-op, launched earlier this year as a way for small businesses to grow, now only has four vacancies left in its 18-space shed.
A nine day exhibition representing forgotten women artists from the South West region will kick off this weekend at the Vancouver Arts Centre in Albany.
A Dalyellup man who threatened to kill his wife after she asked him to change a nappy has been given a 12-month intensive supervision order.
Ground was officially broken yesterday on the site of the iconic heritage project in Donnybrook yesterday.
Bunbury Geographe Chamber of Commerce and Industry president Rob Skipsey has flagged reversing the region’s skilled labour shortage as a key priority.
The South West is swarming with school leavers this week, as organised parties continue in Dunsborough with mostly good behaviour reported.
After much anticipation, the colour and fun of the Diwali Festival of Lights hit Bunbury on Saturday.
Local governments are being encouraged to promote the benefits of bushwalking through a new State Government grants program.
Crab pots will be pulled out of sheds and dusted off around the South West next week, with the ban on recreational fishing for blue swimmer crabs set to be lifted on Tuesday.
A much-loved Bunbury man has been featured in a commemorative calendar sold nationally to celebrate 25 years of the Big Issue magazine.
A political war has erupted after the crippled Australind train was taken off the tracks again this week.
Glen Huon Primary School students teamed with local Wardandi and Balardong Noongar artist Tahlia Bennell and Water Corporation to transform a wastewater pump station into a vibrant public artwork.
An increase in the demand for local livestock and hundreds of job opportunities will soon be created in Waroona with the reopening of the town’s mothballed abattoir.
The shocking spate of double fatalities on South West roads continued at the weekend when two women were killed on a notorious stretch of Bussell Highway near Ludlow.
Although this year’s Christmas in the City event will look a little different, festivities and Christmas spirits will remain at an all time high.
An Eaton man who threatened his wife with a screwdriver and choked her several times while their children were home has been slammed by police for his “abhorrent, disgusting” acts.
The Red Cross has put out an urgent call for blood donors with stocks of Australia’s two most common blood types running critically low.
After a tumultuous final year of school, Bunbury’s Year 12 students finally get the chance to put their feet up or let their hair down, with exams finishing last week.
A Bunbury resident has been retrospectively recognised for her contribution to the netball community over the years.
Edith Cowan University’s South West campus was unveiled as a sponsor of the State Government’s advanced manufacturing and technology hub project yesterday.
Hundreds turned up for the White Ribbon Day silent march last Friday to commemorate standing up for violence against women and children.
As part of the 20 year anniversary of the Bunbury and Jiaxing friendship city arrangement, 20 artworks from artists residing on Wardandi Noongar Country will be sent to China.
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