A spirited Manjimup Rovers women’s team, could not overcome the loss of four players against Busselton on Sunday in round 12 South West Soccer Association action, losing 10-0.
Two photographers from Bridgetown have each had work selected to be displayed in the National Portrait Gallery before the pieces embark on a nationwide tour before the end of the year.
An unlicensed driver has been jailed for seven months after being caught behind the wheel of a car while on a suspended prison sentence.
The Warren-Blackwood Bombers faced one of their most competitive games of the season, claiming a gritty 22-point win over South Bunbury.
A seminar to try to get more women involved in local government is taking place this week, spear-headed by Manjimup Shire deputy president Jayde Darin.
The opening day for Manjimup’s first Pfizer COVID-19 vaccination clinic was a massive success with dozens lining up to get the jab.
Bridgetown put together yet another strong victory with a 43-point win on the road against the Cougars.
In a belated NAIDOC Week at Manjimup Senior High School, students undertook a range of activities as a part of 2021’s Heal Country theme.
Deanmill have kept their hunt for finals well and truly alive after a confident 94-point win over the Southerners.
Pemberton’s seasonal workers put their musical talents on display at a concert in the town last month.
The Nannup Men’s Shed has treated itself to some brand new equipment thanks to the latest round of a community grants scheme.
Major upgrades are on the way for a heritage-listed sports facility in the Lower South West.
A 19-year-old from Manjimup achieved her dream of being drafted to the AFLW last week.
An aged care precinct in the heart of Nannup could potentially be on the cards, according to Shire president Tony Dean.
Property owners in the Shire of Manjimup are set to be hit with a 3.41 per cent rate increase this financial year.
Four more people have officially called Australia home after being sworn in as new citizens last week at a Shire of Manjimup council meeting.
The Imperials will want to forget all about round 15 of the 2021 Lower South West Football League season after a goalless 105-point loss to Boyup Brook.
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A young South West man has been jailed for six months for drunkenly speeding away from police in a late-night car chase after they attempted to pull him over.
Round 11 of the Warren Women’s Hockey Association was business as usual for the Mixjuz A-grade squad, who collected the two points from the match after a forfeit from the Nationals.
Tigers handed out a 130-point thrashing to Imperials in the latest round of the Lower South West Football League.
The Roos have put together another win for their impressive 2021 season, this time taking down the Southerners on the road by 34 points.
One Manjimup dance studio has helped Lower South West talent leap on to the big stage with a successful run at recent State competitions.
The Lower South West will soon have its very first purpose-built space for young people in need of mental health support.
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