Just four weeks into the role, Mr Sinagra has high hopes for the 2020 School of the Year.
A section of boardwalk was left charred and damaged following a fire at Big Swamp Parkland on Friday night.
Harvey and Yarloop police seized cannabis and drug paraphernalia from properties in Harvey and Wokalup on May 8 with the help of a police detection dog from Perth.
She is a universal farmer with a love of animals and a passion for regenerative agriculture.
St Michael’s parishioners in Brunswick had their first Mass in 60 days following the relaxation of COVID-19 social gathering restrictions.
Students at Harvey Primary School have been doing push-ups for a good cause this month.
More resources for Harvey’s youth may be headed for the town after a proposal to develop a Youth Strategy was discussed at the Harvey Shire Council meeting last week.
Burekup man John Cross handed his prized collection to the museum last week, after more than 60 years of collecting.
Construction of a boat ramp, parking bay and toilet are due to be complete by the end of the week, with a campground, ski-beach, swim beach and picnic areas next on the list.
“Please get out there and support our regions, they’re beautiful.”
Errol Ashcroft’s four-year-old Henwood Bay was pipped by a fast-finishing stablemate Euphoric Moment in the Tabtouch Community Pace (2569m) at Donaldson Park on Friday night.
Bunbury’s economy could be rejuvenated in a post COVID-19 world by an exciting racing concept, according to Bunbury Mayor Gary Brennan.
Bookings for South West hoop Kyra “the Jewel” Yuill are likely to increase following yet another dazzling riding display at Belmont Park on Saturday.
This year marks the 100-year anniversary of the tragic Mornington train crash that killed nine people just 10km from the Harvey townsite.
Those planning on travelling around the region on Sunday have been urged to stay safe, as the South West prepares for windy, wet and dangerous road conditions.
Full of whacky and wonderful talent, one of the region’s biggest arts and entertainment festivals will make its joyous return next year, but the full details of the event are yet to be nutted out.
Police were met with a “horrific” and “confronting” scene after they discovered a 43-year-old man dead in an Eaton street with “significant injuries” on Thursday night.
The COVID-19 pandemic may have put a halt on some forms of exercise, but it certainly has not affected the Woodstock West Retirement Village residents’ qi gong classes.
Police have closed a section of a street in Eaton following the death of a man last night.
A man is in custody after a body was found in a home near Bunbury.
With the prospect of SWFL action returning in July, sports journalist Justin Fris winds back the clock a year to revisit some of the most thrilling games of football imaginable.
“Of interest, the medal was never a public count between 1946 and 1979.”
Dylan Egerton-Green could add another feature victory to his growing collection at Gloucester Park tomorrow night if he can guide Weewah to glory tonight.
Michael Callegari’s reliable gelding Sammys Ideal will be aiming for consecutive wins when he tackles Friday night’s Tabtouch Community Pace (2569m) at Donaldson Park.
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