The fences at the highly anticipated youth precinct on the Bunbury Foreshore came down yesterday, with hundreds of families making the most of the sunshine.
The Boomers managed just one point in the final term as the Dons came home with a wet sail, but the home side prevailed 10.8 (68) to 10.4 (64).
At Hands Oval, the ladder-leading Tigers flexed their muscles against the winless Eagles to win 20.10 (130) to 6.3 (39).
Donnybrook took the points at the weekend with a 31-point win over Eaton, but their own inaccurate kicking held the Dons back from an utter inhalation of the Boomers.
Carey Park downed Dunsborough by 67 points at home at the weekend, with key forwards Karinda Farrant and Kate Fielding kicking three goals each.
A South West family is elated after a ‘precision medicine’ pill shrank their little girl’s aggressive brain tumour, with her renowned oncologist at Perth Children’s Hospital describing it as ‘life changing’.
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A Bunbury school bus driver who ‘groomed’ a teenager on SnapChat, offered to be her Sugar Daddy, and paid her for sex, has been jailed.
Two young children and a 50-year-old man are in hospital with serious injuries after their car crashed into a tree in Kondinin.
WA’s ambulance ramping nightmare has reached the regions after a baby was made to wait for care at Bunbury Regional Hospital, despite being transported under priority one conditions, leaving staff deeply upset.
A childcare centre in Eaton is among 14 from around the State to receive funding aimed at attracting and retaining staff in regional WA, as shortages grip the State.
West Australians are set to pay more for their hot chips after the State’s only local manufacturer laid bare the financial reality of operating a business in 2022.
CinefestOZ has released the top four finalists for this year’s coveted $100,000 annual film prize ahead of the festival next month.
Opening July 1 at Busselton’s Weld Theatre, Seussical is a must-see.
Applications for the 2022 Busselton Chamber of Commerce and Industry Business Excellence Awards now open.
A Busselton man has received jail time after repeatedly breaching multiple family violence restraining orders and damaging the property of his victims.
A Busselton man charged for stealing left Busselton Courthouse and later that afternoon was caught committing another stealing offence.
Busselton is now not only home of the longest timber piled jetty in the southern hemisphere, but the biggest indoor mural in the South West.
Howard Park Wines is enticing wine lovers out of winter hibernation with the return of its annual Fondue by the Fire cellar door event in Margaret River.
A Busselton man is facing a one-year ban from his “beloved local pub” after shoulder-charging the entrance gate lock to try and get back his phone he left inside hours earlier.
Victory tastes sweet for the team at Keepers Mead and Brewing Co who took out the top two places on the podium in the BeeKeeping Industry Council Western Australia Honey Month Competition.
Busselton’s beloved Weld Theatre is set to remain part of the hotly-debated Busselton Performing Arts and Convention Centre thanks to a $1.8 million Lotterywest grant.
In as little as two months Bunbury’s CBD could be host to a new industry hub to support local, national and international gaming, software development and film production industries
Major Crash detectives calling for witness to come forward after a serious crash near Australind in the early hours of Sunday left a 23-year-old man with serious injuries.
Some of the most loyal employees at South32 Worsley Alumina’s refinery have been celebrated with roads within the refinery being named after the company stalwarts.
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