Luke McPherson is journalist in the South West covering sport, health and crime in the Harvey-Waroona Reporter. Luke started in 2021 after relocating from Perth. He has a passion for sport, mental health and the arts.
After almost 40 years, the Bunbury Probus club has a home.
A Bunbury councillor has added fuel to the fire by reiterating the need for improvements to the council chambers, after what she described as “sub-standard” technology derailed a recent meeting.
The fences at the highly anticipated youth precinct on the Bunbury Foreshore came down yesterday, with hundreds of families making the most of the sunshine.
The Boomers managed just one point in the final term as the Dons came home with a wet sail, but the home side prevailed 10.8 (68) to 10.4 (64).
At Hands Oval, the ladder-leading Tigers flexed their muscles against the winless Eagles to win 20.10 (130) to 6.3 (39).
Donnybrook took the points at the weekend with a 31-point win over Eaton, but their own inaccurate kicking held the Dons back from an utter inhalation of the Boomers.
Carey Park downed Dunsborough by 67 points at home at the weekend, with key forwards Karinda Farrant and Kate Fielding kicking three goals each.
South Bunbury are on top of the ladder and four points clear heading into the match, while the Collie Eagles are in last place and yet to register a win.
Eaton and Donnybrook are at opposite ends of the spectrum form-wise heading into Saturday’s match-up.
Carey Park will be looking to close their gap with the top four when they host Dunsborough at the weekend.
Bunbury’s bed-hopping nature has been revealed by a new study which shows couples in the seaside town are the least faithful in the whole of WA.
Specsavers Bunbury is celebrating the 30th anniversary of The Fred Hollows Foundation by joining forces to make Indigenous people’s eye care more visible with a pair of limited-edition frames.
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