A new survey has confirmed long-term residents are bearing the brunt of the region’s housing crisis, with serious concerns about the mental health toll on families.
Artists across the region have been given a hurry-up as registrations close for this year’s Margaret River Region Open Studios event.
The Cowaramup Lions Club is hosting its annual car boot sale extravaganza this weekend.
Women and their allies are encouraged to book last-minute tickets to this year’s International Women’s Day celebration at Cullen Wines.
The Shire of Augusta-Margaret River says it will examine conflicts between users at the Gnarabup boat ramp as part of an upcoming review of coastal management issues.
Local Capes surfers took out the top men’s and women’s positions at last weekend’s WA Longboard and Logger Titles.
Theo Evans is an associate professor at the University of WA’s School of Biological Sciences. He knows a lot about dung, dung beetles, and flies.
With the race for the Warren-Blackwood electorate coming into its final weeks, and early voting already underway ahead of the March 13 poll, the Augusta-Margaret River Times talks to the candidates.
The region’s housing crisis is causing even greater headaches for this year’s vintage, with backpacker numbers down at least 30 per cent.
The Augusta-Margaret River shire is now a declared high-risk zone for the debilitating Ross River virus.
Residents opposing plans for a resort and associated mixed housing development at Gnarabup joined a Statewide protest at the weekend.
The South West president of the Rebels bikie gang has again faced court after previously pleading guilty to a string of drug, steroid and stealing charges.
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Ben Prior Park is home to a collection of historical mining and farming equipment along with vintage cars and handcrafted statues.
The marina will include a four-lane boat ramp, 21 boat-pen marina with capacity to extend to 80 pens in the future, trailer parking and public fishing jetty.
With less than one week to go until the March 13 State election, the Geraldton Guardian put a series of questions to the major party candidates vying for WA’s most marginal regional seat.
Judge Burrows noted the sentence would have been closer to 10 years had it not been for an issue of totality lowering the terms of the individual charges.
The Department of Education confirmed an incident had taken place at recess time today, and said a boy, age not confirmed, had been taken to hospital in an ambulance.
WA tourism operators say they may not survive if COVID-19 border restrictions remain and ongoing financial aid is denied, as they continue to struggle with hits to bookings and plunging revenue.
The fight for a Labor-held country electorate has turned dirty, with the distribution of a fake pamphlet suggesting the Liberal challenger has the endorsement of the local shire.
The Department of Premier and Cabinet has held talks with Kalamunda Labor MP Matthew Hughes about bullying allegations following a formal complaint by a female former staffer.
A bikie found hiding in a Mongols clubhouse roof in December has been acquitted of bashing a prison guard in Hakea Prison during an argument about a telephone call.
A Federal Court judge is to take over the running of messy legal row between Quintis and former boss Frank Wilson over $14 million in allegedly unpaid debts
Police have revealed details of the elaborate measures allegedly used by a multi-million dollar drug syndicate headed by WA Mongols bikie boss Marius Stelian Sabau.
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