The Harvey Shire Council has partnered with Volunteer South West to encourage more people to give back to the community and lend a hand.
Smaller bin sizes could be on the agenda if Harvey Shire Council accepts a grant from the Waste Authority — which is also pushing for a universal bin scheme to be rolled out by 2026.
Forrest MHR Nola Marino is pursuing the possibility of a migration agreement that would obtain overseas workers for jobs in the South West.
Year 12 students at Harvey Senior High School were farewelled in a touching ceremony earlier this month.
An increase in the demand for local livestock and hundreds of job opportunities will soon be created in Waroona with the reopening of the town’s mothballed abattoir.
Golfers from around the region swung by Harvey this month for the Digby Shepherd Summit Realty 4-ball event.
The anti-pit Binningup brigade has literally struck a chord in a bid to ramp up protests against a mining proposal eyeing off a slice of their quiet coastal town.
The Binningup Silver Salties are proving that age is just a number, as they take part in WA’s only senior surf lifesaving series.
The former president of the Yarloop Bowling Club, who was last week imprisoned in relation to serious child sex crimes, has been revealed to have links to a local high school.
The South West is home to a broadcasting national winner, with Harvey Community Radio taking out the top spot in a recent awards ceremony.
Mathew Maguire likes hanging out with his friends, he likes the beach and he likes helping others. He’s just an ordinary 17-year-old teenager.
Tony Green served as a medic in the Vietnam War.
The Harvey community came together last week to celebrate NAIDOC Week.
A Treendale business owner has again raised concerns over the progression of the Kingston Drive extension, fearing he will have to retire before seeing the road built.
When Lesley Ugle saw the big blue school bus with the word LOVES sprawled across its side, the nine-year-old envisioned it heading to a happy place.
One of two intruders who terrorised a 21-year-woman during a daylight farm house invasion tried to kick in the woman’s bedroom door — after she’d fled there as her last point of refuge.
The Harvey Shire Council has issued a snake warning after a surge in sightings in the South West.
A priest, farmer, former soldier and a couple of hockey players have united to perform a contemporary dance with a powerful message.
An Our Lady of Mercy College school teacher has lost his mop for a good cause.
Harvey athlete Jaxon Jones Egan is hoping to be the next South West kid to receive a call-up to the AFL stage.
The Cookernup community is mourning the loss of Bryan Crook, a loving family man and respected volunteer with the Cookernup Fire Brigade for more than a quarter of a century.
Shooting prodigy Donnell Wallam has signed with a professional netball league in England.
The days of gallivanting across Europe sipping sangria from paper straws with strangers are dead — and so is the gap year.
A Harvey shire councillor has accused shire staff of “rejoicing in indulgences that local government has granted itself” at ratepayers’ expense.
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