The first set of commercial passenger flights connecting the Margaret River region to the Eastern States has been postponed for a third time this week, but is still pencilled in to go ahead next month
Two humpbacks gave locals and visitors a whale of a time on Saturday when they swam alongside the Busselton Jetty, stopping by for photos and videos.
Cameron Michael Scott, 38, has been jailed after police thwarted a meth business he claims he was forced into by gun-wielding debt collectors.
The future of Busselton Performing Arts and Convention Centre hangs in the balance as tenders for construction exceed the allocated budget by more than 50 per cent.
Estelle Dixon, 11, is suiting up to raise awareness of the HeartKids Foundation who helped her through her own congenital heart condition journey
Busselton and Dunsborough Woolworths stores are taking on the fight against food insecurity with the 2021 Feed Appeal.
Second-placed Eaton kept pace with leaders Busselton in the South West Netball Football League when they knocked off third-placed Bunbury by 16 points on Sunday.
Busselton Tennis Club drew its 2021 season to a close last week with the ladies’ Sanderson Cup tournament rounding out the competition.
Financial support for research into the migratory patterns of whales through Geographe Bay will be spearheaded by a new research company based solely in the region.
Hugh Vincent Veldon, a drummer and music teacher otherwise known by his stage names Marty Moon and King Wasabi, has admitted to uploading child abuse material to Facebook and Yahoo.
Disabled youth will be able to appreciate the popular Cape to Cape track with special guided tours thanks to the State Government’s inaugural hiking grants.
A 32-year-old driver died after their Hyundai i20 crashed into a tree on Jamison Road.
Despite being the only perinatal-focused support agency in the region and facing up to a 50 per cent increase in inquiries, Radiance Network South West is running on empty
Students at St Mary MacKillop College won bragging rights at the South West Science and Engineering Challenge last month
Scully Bernard Macfarlane, 21, pleaded guilty in Busselton Magistrate’s Court to two charges of possession of prohibited drugs, for which he was fined.
The City of Busselton has taken its first step in a crackdown on holiday home issues by opening up community consultation on a new local policy and law.
South West Slammer Leigh Rickwood-Pitt has shown the WA basketball community what he is made of this year
Margaret River offered a few bright sparks at the weekend’s WA Bodyboard Titles, with locals winning the under-18 and over-35 divisions and named as State champions.
The South West indigenous community will be highlighted at this year’s CinefestOZ with the launch of IndigifestOZ.
WA folk punk troubadour Benny Mayhem is hitting the regional roads this weekend on a mission to help koalas affected by bushfires.
Ludicrous comment that could sum up drink-driving attitude in Dunsborough: It’s cheaper to die than get a taxi
A Busselton fly-in, fly-out worker found with a shotgun under his bed and MDMA in his car has been given a spent conviction and fined.
The idea of a COVID-19 quarantine facility in the South West emerged as a central issue last week, but Federal Member for Forrest Nola Marino has remained quiet on the matter.
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Road safety experts are urging drivers to remain vigilant on South West Roads as statistics reveal the region to be the top holiday destination this winter.
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