EXCLUSIVE PICTURES: The princess of pop is sprinkling some of her stardust on WA after choosing Margaret River as the home of her first Australian wine.
A volunteer group offering tangible reuse of wasteful plastics is back in business at its new home in Margaret River’s light industrial area, but helpers are needed.
An expensive plan by local labour hire companies to import workers from the Pacific islands could be in tatters after the WA Government withdrew support for hotel quarantine arrangements.
The ground is set to break on Cowaramup’s long-promised tavern site, with news West Winds Gin will develop its site on Hasluck Street.
The Shire of Augusta-Margaret River is giving the region’s youngsters a chance to win a new iPad Mini as part of a short film competition outlining what they love about the region.
The star arrived in the South West yesterday to taste test a local wine being made by a premium winery for her own booze brand.
Ray Jordan and Lily Hoffmann
Officers raided the man’s Margaret River home on March 2 and allegedly found a quantity of child abuse material on electronic devices.
Australis Energy is looking to sink install nearly 40 turbines off the South West coast with the aim of generating power for WA’s electricity grid from late-2026.
Action returns to the SWFL this weekend and fans will be in for a treat, with senior matches spread evenly across a bumper Saturday.
The Cowaramup Bay Boardriders held their second competition for 2021 at Karates and Ulus at the end of last month.
The region’s youngsters are encouraged to get involved in more workshops which start next week.
Opposition spokeswoman and Vasse MLA Libby Mettam has demanded Tourism WA and the Government immediately release expensive tourism research which cost taxpayers more than $360,000.
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Two boys have died overnight after a car carrying seven teens — two of whom are believed to have been travelling in the boot — crashed into a tree.
Drazik Carroll, 22, previously pleaded guilty to possession of more than 20 child exploitation videos and cannabis in his caravan park home
Reporter Ben Downie describes the visceral chaos he experienced while covering tropical cyclone Seroja in Kalbarri.
The West has your SWFL fix this winter with selected games every weekend showcasing the strength of footy in the South West on demand.
The outpouring of support in response to ex-Tropical Cyclone Seroja has been immense, with almost $3 million already raised for survivors of the catastrophic storm.
German discount supermarket giant Aldi has submitted a development application to open a store in Kalgoorlie-Boulder
Students at two public schools smashed by Cyclone Seroja will not be able to return to their classrooms for the start of Term 2, but their schooling will go ahead.
Scott Morrison says he will not force any state or territory leader to agree to new overseas travel arrangements that would see hotel quarantine scrapped for returning Australians.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison says he won’t be reviewing WA’s new GST deal, despite calls by South Australia to do so.
The last time Sir William Heseltine saw Prince Philip, the pair had lunch at Windsor with their respective wives.
The hopes of turning around the horrible statistics of the 1980s and 1990s — tied to the implementation of the royal commission — are fading. But it must end.
West Australians unable to travel overseas thanks to the border closure are spending big on beautification, with nail salons turning into artistic studios where self-expression knows no bounds.
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