A recent donation from a local company will help volunteers at the Bunbury Volunteer Fire and Rescue Service get out to jobs more efficiently.
A significant reduction in TAFE fees coupled with people’s desire to reskill has led to a 21 per cent increase in enrolments at TAFE schools in the South West.
Harvey farmer Graeme Moore has devoted his life to agriculture.
A memorandum of understanding was signed by Synergy and three West Australian unions last week to ensure a smooth transition for workers affected by the Muja Power Station retirement.
The Bunbury Regional Art Gallery was in full bloom over the weekend for the annual Blooming Arts Festival.
A commercial building on Collie’s Forrest Street will now house the Department of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety’s regional licence processing centre.
A 47-year-old man serving more than a year in prison has found himself facing more time behind bars after stealing a Pottery Barn Kids doll.
Charity group Share the Dignity, which helps women and girls to access sanitary items, has put the call out for volunteers for its upcoming Christmas appeal.
The COVID-19 pandemic may have resulted in the cancellation of several exciting events, but the City of Bunbury’s annual youth celebration is not one of them.
Gather the cans, bottles and milk cartons because the Containers for Change refund scheme launches on October 1.
Across the country, school students are expected to protest tomorrow to bring attention to climate change, with one event to be hosted in Bunbury.
“At the end of the day, both sides have just got to win,” Baggetta told the South Western Times ahead of Sunday’s first semi-final against the Collie Eagles at Brunswick Oval.
The Harvey Bulls and Busselton women’s teams always seem to get in each other’s way around the finals.
It might be just a few days after the final game of the 2020 West Coast Classic, however Printsync South West Slammers men’s coach Mark Worthington already has his eyes on 2021.
Josh Topliss played his first game for his beloved Colts Cricket Club when Tyler King was just three years old. Now, they will lead their club alongside each other.
Incentives for West Australians to explore the vast expanses of their own State rather than travelling overseas and interstate could be set to benefit Bunbury tourism operators.
Dozens of seniors filled the freshly renovated Tea Cosy Cafe at the Bunbury Geographe Seniors and Community Centre on Tuesday to mark the cafe’s reopening with tea, scones nd cake.
After months of busy days and low income, travel agents in the South West are set for some much-needed relief.
At every assembly held at Eaton Primary School, Gina Williams and Guy Ghouse’s song Wanjoo is sung by the students to recognise the importance Aboriginal culture has on the school and the region.
Standing up, facing a crowd and speaking to an audience can be a daunting task at the best of times, especially when you are presenting an argument that’s taken weeks to curate.
Harvey Hockey Club has broken its grand final drought in a stunning win in slippery conditions over Towns South on Saturday.
Busselton advanced to the SWFL women’s preliminary final after defeating longstanding competition powerhouse Bunbury 2.4 (16) to 1.6 (12) at a heavy Brunswick Oval on Saturday afternoon.
The Collie Eagles stormed into the first semi-final against Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault after stunning the Eaton Boomers on Sunday afternoon at the Collie Recreation Ground.
South Bunbury brushed off the Harvey Bulls women’s team 4.10 (34) to 0.4 (4) in Sunday’s second semi-final at the Collie Recreation Ground.
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