A primary school bus driver in the State’s south west has been accused of blindfolding a 14-year-old girl and raping her twice.
An alleged child sex offender has links to a local children’s sporting club, often photographing the Harvey Karate Group and last year even going on an overseas tour with the kids.
New hope has been breathed into the 40-year-old mystery surrounding the disappearance of Collie school girl Lisa Mott, with a new $1 million reward to anyone who can help catch her suspected killer.
National Party leader Mia Davies says the program will be returned to its former glory if Labor is defeated at the next election, offering up serious cash to 11 regional cities and towns across WA.
Nearly one in four drivers tested for drugs during a recent traffic blitz on WA’s regional roads had meth or cannabis in their system, with police frustrated their messages aren’t getting through.
A man has been charged after two pub patrons were struck by a car in Collie Thursday night, with one critically injured.
Phil Hickey and Jackson Barrett
Peel Thunder speedster Isiah Winder racks up plenty of kilometres on the footy field. But that’s nothing compared to what he’s doing in his car.
Art, flowers and vintage cars part of the attractions at festival.
Manjimup’s annual So Yo Fest is on today in Pemberton.
Dale Putland joins the Boyup Brook shire team and brings local government experience.
Vasse childcare centre Nature’s Atelier has been fined $12,500 and $3500 in court costs for “numerous systemic failures” in child supervision near roads.
Several South West residents are stuck in neighbouring States despite applying for travel exemptions to return to home quarantine in WA.
Allied health professionals from the Capes and Perth will join forces on Saturday, October 31 for the South West Wellness Symposium, organised by Busselton’s Dr Sarah Moore.
South West residents have returned some 497,000 containers between the 19 local refund points in the first week of the Containers for Change recycling initiative.
Perth indie rockers Great Gable will bring their laid-back live show to the Capes this weekend with gigs at the Dunsborough Tavern on Friday and the River on Saturday.
A solo dancing workshop is headed to the Naturaliste Community Centre, with seniors encouraged to socialise, stay active and have a good time.
Athletes will next week push themselves to the limit in the much-anticipated Busselton 70.3 Ironman, an event catered towards a solely Western Australian market.
The Busselton Volleyball Association men won the division one grand final in the WA Volleyball League at Warwick Stadium on Sunday with a marathon come-from-behind victory.
Bunbury hung on for a thrilling 11.8 (74) to 10.9 (69) victory over a devastated Busselton in Sunday’s SWFL grand final at a jam-packed Hands Oval.
Busselton ended Bunbury’s hopes of a colts premiership four-peat at Hands Oval on Sunday morning, after confidently running out 15.12 (102) to 8.9 (57) victors.
The annual Margaret River Art Auction will take place this weekend, but the grand prize winner has already been announced.
WA’s hard border has cast significant doubts on the multimillion-dollar World Surf League event planned for this month — or maybe November.
Vasse MLA Libby Mettam has blasted the Premier for neglecting the Capes region in the State Budget last week.
Capes Opposition MPs of all stripes have roundly lashed last week’s State Budget, labelling it inadequate and over-focused on Perth.
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