Ahead of what could be the biggest sporting event in our State’s history, we’ve unpacked the South West’s involvement in this grand final and the ones that have come before it.
Police have revealed the cyclist killed after being hit by a school bus in Bunbury yesterday morning was Mary Evelyn Edmunds.
With the South West Football League 2021 season at an end, the region’s finest Colts and Women’s players have an opportunity to shine on the state stage.
A Manjimup motorist who had already been permanently banned from the road was caught drink-driving by police last month.
The 20th annual Manjimup Cherry Festival is set to spring into action next month with a special celebration to mark the occasion
In the lead up to local government elections in October, the Manjimup-Bridgetown Times is looking at each candidate who is standing for a seat in various councils in the Lower South West.
After serving more than eight years as a councillor with two stints as the Shire of Bridgetown-Greenbushes president, John Nicholas has decided not to stand in the upcoming local government election.
Manjimup Shire president Paul Omodei has penned a letter to Premier Mark McGowan to invite him to Manjimup to address the community over the State Government’s decision to end native logging by 2024.
Two premierships in three seasons is a feat not many football clubs have accomplished — let alone in their first three years of existence — but the Warren-Blackwood Bombers have done just that.
Pemberton Netball Association recently wrapped up a stellar 2021 season with a number of thrilling grand finals.
Manjimup Netball Association’s 2021 season had a big night of grand finals earlier this month.
Warren-Blackwood MLA Jane Kelsbie has backed her Labor Government’s plan to ban native logging by 2024 despite overwhelming community concern in the lower South West.
A new art project has given a handful of artists with disabilities an opportunity to discover how the rest of the world connects with their work.
The branch held its 90th anniversary celebrations in town on Tuesday, which included the unveiling of a new commemorative bench.
A man has been fined and banned from driving after testing positive to having methamphetamine in his system when pulled over by police.
Read up on this week’s top stories and more in the latest edition of the Manjimup-Bridgetown Times.
One lucky Manjimup resident is about to experience the weekend of a lifetime after winning a ticket to attend the 2021 AFL grand final in Perth on Saturday.
The association celebrated the end of its 2021 season with an awards presentation this month to honour all those involved.
A new civic centre and town hall are on the horizon for the residents of Bridgetown as redevelopment work on the heritage-listed building gets under way in the coming months.
Bridgetown’s Tracey Barnett has launched her new album Eyes Forward with a tour across WA.
Crime Stoppers and South West police are encouraging residents to continue to take advantage of the national firearms amnesty and surrender illegal or unregistered weapons.
A South West environmental group claims a leading waste management organisation has “declared war” on the community by applying to expand the dump in Dardanup.
With the Shire of Harvey local election set to be held on October 16, eight candidates have thrown their hat’s in the ring for six vacancies.
The race for a seat on the Shire of Harvey council has officially started, meanwhile, the Shire of Waroona’s new look council has been decided without an election.
Kasper Johansen & Luke McPherson
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