Margaret River’s tourism industry has managed to bounce back from the devastation of recent bushfires thanks to the support from the local community and State Government.
RSPCA South West issues warning for animal owners amid summer heat waves.
Opposers of the highly divisive Smith’s Beach project have been underwhelmed with the first images of the coastal village project, claiming their concerns were yet to be addressed.
The Decision Tree is a program designed to rapidly assess the suitability of farms for plantation forestry as well as provide information and assistance to those seeking to plant trees.
A week-long police campaign to target road safety saw success for Busselton police, as they reduced the number of distracted drivers on South West roads.
Most than 100 junior tennis stars from across the State competed to improve their Australian tennis rank in the Busselton Tennis Club’s Toyota Junior Tournament.
Serious crashes spark police plea for drivers to take more care
A Margaret River man has been fined after cutting up a tree for firewood from a local national park ahead of winter last year.
Direct flights from Melbourne to the South West have been pushed back yet again, marking the ninth delay for the long-awaited route.
One of the toolies who attempted to gatecrash last year’s leavers celebrations has been fined for his failed efforts and fake ID.
The inaugural Busselton Raising the Vibe festival has been revealed to have raised $10,000 to support mental health services in the region.
Margaret River library has expanded its collection of language books, thanks to a $500 cash boost for books.
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