The victim of yesterday’s shark attack in Bunker Bay is recovering in hospital with his girlfriend, who said it was an unimaginable and gruelling night.
A shocking image of shark attack victim Phil Mummert’s leg wound has been revealed as the young surfer’s girlfriend paid tribute to those who helped in the wake of the attack. WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGE
The mother of a young man attacked by a great white shark in Bunker Bay has urged her son to buy a lotto ticket after he survived a ferocious attack of the 5m predator.
Phil Hickey, Jackson Lavell-Lee & Rourke Walsh
The Busselton Magpies will be out to spoil the party in Richard Barnard’s 300th SWFL game on Saturday against Carey Park, a second win in a row would consolidate a top five position.
The South West Football League is set to receive unprecedented coverage this season, with the South Western Times to broadcast two games live online in round three.
South West wine producers are rejoicing as the Australian and Canadian governments have resolved trade restrictions which impeded Australian wine sales in Canada.
The City of Busselton is being sued for more than $1.2 million in damages, claiming City staff failed to act “fairly, reasonably, and in good faith” during the tender process for the Eastern Link.
The secret to more sustainable agriculture in the South West could lie in the use of diverse soil microbes found in bushland
The six-month JobKeeper extension was welcomed by businesses in the South West last week despite fears of an eligibility crackdown.
Sounds of joy echoed through South West charities this month when major reforms were announced for red tape to be made less onerous.
City of Busselton councillors voted 8-1 to accept the 2020-21 budget on Monday, with critics suggesting borrowing $7.5 million for the BEACH development would create further financial stress.
The Department of Transport this week released the first five recommendations of its technical review into the reconfiguration of the coastline at Port Geographe to resolve the longstanding issue.
The CinefestOz Film Festival has selected two Busselton students to represent their schools as finalists in the Cinesnaps Short Film Competition.
City of Busselton residents experiencing financial hardship during the COVID-19 pandemic can continue to apply for City debt write-offs of up to $50,000.
The Sportspower Busselton City Premier women’s team continue to dominate the South West Soccer Association competition after recording a resounding 15-1 win over Football Margaret River on Saturday.
Old fashioned service is a trademark of the Vasse General Store with the store owners this month celebrating 20 years of operating the local produce business.
Dunsborough Street Skateboarder Claudia Duane, 16 — the Busselton Freight Services rising sports star for March — scored a new ramp in her backyard during the COVID-19 restrictions.
The Canal Rocks boat ramp will finally be redeveloped after the WA Government released the tender on Tuesday.
The RAC rescue helicopter was sent to Rabbit Hill Beach in Yallingup on Tuesday to assist an injured surfer.
Straight kicking and midfield dominance ensured the Busselton Magpies flew home to snatch the Busselton Toyota Cup from the Augusta Margaret River Hawks by 24 points on Saturday at Gloucester Park.
The City of Busselton has received nearly $500,000 from the State Government to assist in reducing fuel loads and the risk of bushfires yesterday.
Busselton Football Club’s women’s team emerged mighty against the Donnybrook women, defeating them by 36 points in the first game of the South West Football League season.
For one Yallingup resident the need for public toilets to be stocked with soap dispensers has been a six-year crusade.
Life will become simpler when the City of Busselton’s new websites for the Geographe Leisure Centre and Naturaliste Community Centre launch on July 27.
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