Ben Aldridge fought for his country, fell, and got back up again after a personal tragedy led to a new love — and purpose — in Capel.
Australis Energy is looking to sink install nearly 40 turbines off the South West coast with the aim of generating power for WA’s electricity grid from late-2026.
Action returns to the SWFL this weekend and fans will be in for a treat, with senior matches spread evenly across a bumper Saturday.
Justin Fris & Jackson Barrett
The Cowaramup Bay Boardriders held their second competition for 2021 at Karates and Ulus at the end of last month.
The region’s youngsters are encouraged to get involved in more workshops which start next week.
Opposition spokeswoman and Vasse MLA Libby Mettam has demanded Tourism WA and the Government immediately release expensive tourism research which cost taxpayers more than $360,000.
Warren Hately & Josh Zimmerman
Residents are urged to head along tomorrow to discard all their broken electronic gadgets and hazardous household waste materials.
Residents concerned about news Brookfield’s future development zone has gone on the market are reassured no clearing is slated for the housing estate’s signature forest.
Margaret River Hospital is increasingly carrying the burden for the region’s acute aged-care shortage, with seniors taking up hospital beds for weeks at a time because they have nowhere else to go.
One of the region’s most senior doctors has flagged serious concerns about worsening conditions at Margaret River Hospital.
Ross Noble is hitting the road and coming to the Margaret River Heart.
The contentious Fearn Avenue festival precinct will remain closed to vehicles for the foreseeable future in a major win for the majority of residents wanting the space kept for pedestrians only.
The new name for a swathe of Margaret River’s coast has been endorsed by the State Government.
A new sense of vibrancy can be felt in the heart of Busselton this month as a 40m mural nears completion.
A “frustrating” spate of plant stealing in the region has caused heartache for a Vasse woman using her garden as a retreat during chemotherapy.
Hot cross buns were a hot commodity in Busselton this Easter with local residents revealed as the second highest consumers of the treat in WA.
A medical centre in the heart of Busselton offering the COVID-19 jab has delivered about 1200 vaccinations over the past three weeks.
A surge in rental prices following the end of the State Government COVID-19 emergency rent moratorium last week has pushed homelessness in the Capes towards crisis levels.
Free business tips, tools, and workshops will be handed to Capes not-for-profit operations this year as Dunsborough Yallingup Chamber of Commerce and Industry strives to support its local businesses.
Women of the Busselton Bowling Club triumphed last month when they snagged a shared win in the six-day Country Week competition.
Busselton Dunsborough Times
Conceding goals either side of the half-time break proved costly to CMI Busselton City in their FFA Cup game against Kwinana United last Sunday.
Margaret River will be represented by just the one winemaker in this year’s Australian Young Gun of Wine awards.
Who hasn’t been visited by pesky mice and rats? They love to make their homes in ours. What do we do?We pop down to the shops and buy some poison. No more rodents.But has it created another issue?
The Hockeyroos went through their paces in a week-long training camp in WA’s South West, despite COVID’s impact on international competition.
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