Manjimup economy could suffer from Target Country closure.
New changes comply with COVID-19 restrictions.
(Un)lucky driver has car skewered by tree branch.
Tom makes life work from music and gives back to the environment.
The storm on May 5, which recorded winds of about 80km/h, was strong enough to tear avocado trees from the ground.
Manjimup swimmer Brielle Krispyn has achieved selection for the WA Country swimming team.
Action by protestors has caused the State Government to reconsider whether a coupe of forest west of Bridgetown in Dalgarup contains old-growth trees.
Starting the day with a nutritious and hearty meal is the cornerstone of a breakfast service for Pemberton District High School students.
Third-generation Bridgetown resident Eddie Glancy has been involved in sport for over 50 years, helping bring through new generations of sporting talent after his playing career ended.
Manjimup man Bruce Ward recently celebrated his 50th anniversary with the Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, having started on May 11, 1970.
Kearnan College has had two staff members celebrate 25 years of employment with the school in the past month.
Bannister Downs Dairy packages have been recognised with two gold awards in the 2020 Australasian Packaging Innovation and Design Awards.
Boyup Brook Medical Centre has undergone a mini revolution, recruiting two new doctors, a practice manager and transitioning to a new booking system.
The Lower South West Football League is starting preparations to kick-off this season, liaising with clubs and the WA Country Football League.
The Manjimup CBD started looking a little different this week, with the return of dining in at restaurants and cafes.
The Southern Forests and Valleys Tourism Association has new a chairwoman, with Louise Stokes taking over from Paul Matenaar.
Bridgetown Family and Community Centre celebrated Neighbourhood Centre Week with Zoom cooking classes and takeaway food on Wednesday.
Promoting the Lower South West to metropolitan visitors is priority number one for accommodation, tourism and other businesses now the regional travel ban has been lifted.
The actions of good samaritans have rescued a 50-year-old log truck driver from his overturned vehicle after a rollover at the intersection of Graphite Road and Lewin Road.
Bridgetown artist Todd Cleave has been wowing people with his composite imagery, created by combining elements of local scenery.
Dirt High Promotions have cancelled this year’s Manjimup 15,000 due to concerns about COVID-19 travel restrictions.
The Bridgetown-Greenbushes Shire Council has called for feedback on the 40kmh speed limit trial occurring on the main streets of Bridgetown, Balingup and Donnybrook.
Helen O’Connell, of Boyup Brook, has created the first of what she hopes will be many blue trees in Boyup Brook.
St Joseph’s Primary School in Pemberton found a creative way to have its annual Mother’s Day celebrations on Friday.
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