The Preserve Gnarabup campaign against a proposed five-star resort and associated village development went all the way to the steps of Parliament this week.
The Shire of Augusta-Margaret River council has thrown its support behind the region’s owl-friendly initiative, which is already making a difference to the region’s wildlife.
The State Government remains unmoved by a plea to extend an accommodation subsidy to desperately needed hospitality and tourism workers.
Nationals MP Terry Redman has sought assurances the Capes’ hospital system is ready for any influx of COVID-19 cases.
Members of the protest group fighting a proposed resort and village development at Gnarabup say they have had tremendous success in the first weekend of their fundraising campaign.
The Preserve Gnarabup protest group has called on the region’s tourism association to reconsider its support for the proposed Westin Margaret River Resort & Spa.
Margaret River residents were shocked and saddened at news of another gun-related incident which unfolded on Sunday night.
Warren Hately & Sarah Steger
Shire chiefs have set December 18 as the crucial finish date for Margaret River’s main-street redevelopment.
A man who allegedly endangered the lives of the Margaret River community after he opened fire in a quiet suburban street has been remanded in custody.
The sight of armoured TRG vehicles rolling into Margaret River Sunday night after a man allegedly opened fire in a suburban street has brought back painful memories of the 2018 Osmington tragedy.
Two volunteer paramedics were forced to flee a Margaret River home and take cover behind their ambulance when a man they were there to help allegedly opened fire with a shotgun.
Margaret River residents have described the chilling moment gunshots rang out across a suburban street, transforming the once quiet cul-de-sac into what became ground zero for an 11-hour siege.
Sarah Steger & Warren Hately
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