Luke McPherson is journalist in the South West covering sport, health and crime in the Harvey-Waroona Reporter. Luke started in 2021 after relocating from Perth. He has a passion for sport, mental health and the arts.
Country week cricket has begun, with two Leschenault stars taking their talents to Perth in the hope of securing an A-section flag for the Bunbury and Districts Association..
The shire of Waroona has shot up the vaccine rankings, while the Shire of Harvey continued to impress.
The Harvey-Benger and Waroona cricket clubs will come together on Saturday to celebrate a servant of both clubs who died in 2015 from melanoma.
Works on the proposed 3.5km Cathedral Avenue upgrade and shared path began last week, with the first stage expected to be completed in the coming months.
The parks of the Shire of Waroona have become a health hot spot this month, with several locations in the area being used to encourage mindfulness and community connection.
Live@theWeir will return for a second year in 2022 with live music, art and entertainment set to be featured at the idyllic waterside setting of Waroona’s Drakesbrook Weir.
The Shire of Waroona has received another application to use gas guns, this time from local melon grower Capogreco Farms.
The South West Sports Centre played host to almost 50 youngsters last week who laced up their sneakers and took part in the second 3x3 basketball tournament in Bunbury.
Australind swimmer Kyle Lee is preparing for a big couple of months, with his sights set on the 2022 Rottnest Channel Swim and Australian Open Water Championships.
New research has revealed three Bunbury suburbs are among the worst hit by WA’s ongoing rental crisis.
All the stories from sport in 2021
Leschenault beat Hay Park in the BDCA first grade, while Harvey-Benger lost in second grade and Waroona remain top of the Wyllie Cup.
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