Paramedics and RAC rescue crews are desperately trying to help a man stuck between rocks at a beach in the South West.
Margaret River, Augusta and Cowaramup all experienced declines in overall offending during 2023, WA Police statistics reveal.
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A decision by the State Government could see tourism operators in national parks saved $400 a year.
The State Government has released a consultation paper for its council meeting regulations to get local governments around the State on the same page.
South West surfers dominated in glorious conditions at Gas Bay as Margaret River hosted the WA Surf Masters Championships last weekend.
A pair of players from the Busselton Margaret River Cricket Association featured for the WA Invitational XI as they claimed Belt Up Country Cup last Sunday.
Two of the South West’s AFL young guns are dealing with injury concerns after a practice game at the weekend.
An association of regional local governments have called on the Federal Government to increase funding for regional airports as costs soar.
Australian singer-songwriter Diesel has achieved nearly everything an artist could dream of: hit songs, multiple ARIA awards and a career spanning more than three decades.
Kookaburras captain and Margaret River product Aran Zalewski says he has been delighted with his team’s FIH Pro League campaign.
News Shire rangers cracked down last weekend on a group of local high school students has exposed a deep vein of anger about the perceived lack of action on the region’s illegal camping.
Margaret River students have celebrated their night of nights with a gala shindig at Black Brewing Co in Wilyabrup.
The region is gearing up to host one of the most renowned professional conferences in the southern hemisphere when Emergence Creative makes its comeback next month.
The WA Surf Masters Championships comes to Margaret River’s Gas Bay today as part of a three-day challenge for some of the State’s best surfers.
Rangers have sparked community outrage after a group of Year 12 students were fined for illegal camping at the weekend as part of a long-held school tradition.
Shire planners have moved to allay fears about proposed changes to agricultural zoning and say feedback from farmers and residents is crucial.
This weekend’s Bunuru festival celebrating Indigenous culture has moved to Cowaramup’s Pioneer Park due to a total fire ban.
The hunt for a new Shire chief executive is off to a rocky start with councillors almost botching the decision needed to kick-start the whole process.
WA tourism boss Evan Hall has urged the region to get behind resort projects for the sake of the region’s housing crisis.
New rules around short stay approvals are designed to make the process clearer and easier for applicants, despite a backlash from some operators.
The Shire has doubled down on the legality of the weekend penalties because camping itself was not authorised despite parents hiring Gracetown Hall.
Shire rangers sparked community outrage after a group of Year 12 students were fined for illegal camping at the weekend as part of a long-held school tradition.
Margaret River’s Willow Hardy was among just five female surfers selected nationwide to undertake a select prize-winning competition this week.
The developers of Wallcliffe House have backed out on a plan to welcome residents to its upscale restaurant and spa when the historic site opens to the public as a high-end luxury stay.
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