As soon as our headlines reported a cyclist had been injured, people in the comments of our Facebook page began openly mocking the tragedy.
WA’s peak volunteer association is wary of how gaps in the policy could play out on the fire ground.
WA’s Police Minister has confirmed the South West will be included in the rollout of a specialist mental health co-response in mid-2022.
Gourmet Escape organisers IMG Culinary confirmed last week’s Times report that it would struggle amid east coast lockdowns by cancelling the festival on Friday.
The City of Busselton has opened tenders for its administration building’s external cladding replacement in an effort to avoid the same fate as London’s Grenfell Tower
The Busselton community remains divided over plans for a multimillion-dollar performing arts centre as the council forges ahead with construction plans.
Taylar Amonini & Jackson Barrett
It was business in the front and party in the back at Busselton Senior High School as both staff and students donned the iconic Aussie mullet in the name of mental health awareness.
What’s happening in the Busselton Dunsborough Times
Local government elections are fast approaching and the race is on as community representatives ramp up the campaigning to land themselves a seat as an elected member.
As the dust settles on the South West Football League season and Augusta-Margaret River’s fourth premiership triumph, here are a couple of the bizarre stats that emerged from grand final day.
Bunbury’s Cameron Hay is making a habit of standing up in big games after being awarded the Don Punch MLA Trophy after a three-goal performance in the SWFL reserves decider.
From standout performances to a Sunday afternoon they would rather forget, South Western Times journalist Jackson Barrett has given a three-word analysis of every single player in the SWFL.
The undefeated Hay Park premier women’s side have completed the clean sweep, winning every major trophy on offer in 2021.
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.
Bunbury have claimed their first reserves premiership since 2005 with a comeback 10-point victory over Busselton.
A 29-year-old British national could face deportation after he was jailed for punching an acquaintance during a scuffle, breaking his eye socket.
A pair of final-quarter goals from key forward Brady Lenaghan and a Lynn Medal-winning performance by Griffin Hyde have steered Carey Park to their first colts flag in more than a decade.
Brady Hough’s rise from country footy to the brink of an AFL list will now see him show his wares on the biggest day in WA football history.
The South West might have missed out on an AFL hub as clubs relocate to Western Australia for this year’s finals series, but eagle-eyed fans might still catch a glimpse of some of the game’s stars.
Budding athletes and interested runners are being encouraged to experience a triathlon as the local Busselton club hosts a series of free events to ramp up numbers,
Perth man driving drunk on Bussell Highway, 50km over the speed limit, is slammed by Busselton magistrate
The forestry industry has been left reeling in shock at the State Government’s surprise move to ban native forest logging without consultation.
Augusta-Margaret River have won their fourth South West Football League premiership, defeating Busselton by 40 points at Hands Oval.
Follow along live as the South West Football League colts, reserves and league premierships are all decided at Bunbury’s Hands Oval.
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