Final designs for the world’s biggest natural marine observatory at the end of the Busselton Jetty were revealed last night.
People still heading to Rivermouth are on notice lifeguards finish up for the season this weekend.
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.
To many Bunbury residents, the InTown Centre is a building located on Wittenoom Street. But to those doing it tough, it is a place they call home in times of need.
Dardanup’s history will be on display next weekend at the Dardanup Heritage Collective Showcase.
An application for a budget funeral provider to extend its services to a vacant building in the Bunbury CBD sparked debate at an ordinary council meeting last week.
Owners of a well-respected budget funeral service were left twiddling their thumbs in the audience while elected members went back and forth about tedious elements of their proposal.
This weekend the Busselton Naturalists Club and the Cape to Cape Bird Group will join forces to survey birds in Ambergate.
Deep in the Ferguson Valley hidden among the trees and natural bushland lies a magical treasure trove with thousands of petite, peculiar and picturesque ornament figures.
In March 2019 at the Bunbury Regional Art Gallery’s Convent Gallery, an anxious Joanne Baitz hosted her first exhibition opening.
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
A young man lucky to be alive after a serious crash has avoided jail after taking steps to address his binge drinking.
A pilot to pay farmers for planting native trees in a bid to increase biodiversity launched this week, with the South West among six regions set to reap the benefits.
Real estate experts are hopeful the South West’s high number of approved State Government building grants will help ease the rental crisis, as the region grapples with the lowest vacancy rate in WA.
A South West man who previously assaulted his then-pregnant ex-parter and left her unconscious has been denied bail after he allegedly breached a family violence restraining order to see her.
This month the community will be able to reflect again when an unflinching and deeply moving theatre piece based on the real-life stories of healthcare professionals come to BREC.
A convicted drug-driver with an “appalling” driving record has been slammed for using his car as a weapon to “terrorise and violate” a man, landing himself more time behind bars.
A community hall outside of Manjimup has been given a second lease on life following a mass retirement by committee members this year.
A Bridgetown woman has pleaded guilty to three charges of aggravated common assault against a 15-year-old boy, his mother and her partner, in their own home.
Manjimup Rovers have started their 2021 season with a bang at the weekend.
The Lower South West’s Johnson Daubney has been selected in the Australian under-23 rowing team.
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