A Bunbury nurse has become the first front-line health worker outside the metro area to be vaccinated for COVID-19.
A BMX track is on the cards for Peppermint Grove Beach in the hope of providing another amenity for locals and tourists to enjoy at the holiday hot spot.
A harsh wake-up call helped change the course of one Collie mother’s life — and now she wants to raise awareness about preventable health problems in Aboriginal communities to do the same for others.
Hear from ten inspirational women who helped Bunbury sail through the chaos of 2020 and learn how they ‘choose to challenge’ ahead of International Women’s Day.
Punters will be spoilt for choice ahead of Friday night’s $50,000 Furphy Bunbury Pacing Cup (2569m) at Donaldson Park.
Stephen Miller’s showstopper Last Of The Line will headline a monster “Super Saturday” of racing at the Bunbury Turf Club.
Capel residents are calling for urgent modifications to a stretch of Bussell Highway that has some community members fearing for their lives while driving.
A South West man is accused of having sexual intercourse with an animal and indecently dealing with and attempting to rape a seven-year-old boy whom he also possessed explicit images and video of.
South West residents are gearing up to celebrate the powerful women in Bunbury’s community and all of their achievements on Monday for International Women’s Day.
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.
Residents of Collie have been captivated by a strange disappearance at Amaroo Primary School.
Featuring three characters and a magical flying home, HOUSE is a heartfelt, hilarious tale of friendship and belonging.
As the political career of local favourite and Collie-Preston MLA Mick Murray comes to a close, Premier Mark McGowan has paid tribute to his long-time colleague.
Bunbury will play host to the South West Home Builders Expo this weekend, with stallholders and future home builders from across the State set to flock to the Hotel Lord Forrest on Saturday.
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.
West Aussie favourite Spacey Jane has pulled out of Bunbury’s Fresh Produce festival in August, putting the cancellation down to “unforeseen circumstances”.
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.
Popular watering holes across the State could benefit from $16 million under an elected Nationals WA party.
Artists, makers and the community will be brought together as the Capel Makers Trail comes to life again in May.
A Bunbury grocery store will be giving out free period products on International Women’s Day to help break the stigma around periods and start a conversation about the high cost of female hygiene.
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