Hopes are growing that Australia’s ongoing border closures could intensify homegrown tourism for the Margaret River region.
The City of Busselton will open playgrounds and skate parks as part of phase three easing of COVID-19 restrictions which come into effect at midnight tonight.
A 66-year-old Busselton man has been refused bail after being accused of child sex and drug offences.
Truffle and Wine Co. head of sales Alex Wilson, pictured, said the phone had been ringing off the hook because people were trying to make sure they could get truffles.
Tree replanting is a crusade close to the heart for Siesta Park resident Lyn McKilligan.
A series of proposed amendments to State planning legislation and regulations on “significant developments” has been met with scepticism from the City of Busselton.
The long-awaited terminal development at Busselton-Margaret River Airport is in freefall with the City of Busselton looking to shift $9.5 million in State Government funding to develop BEACH.
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The City of Busselton this week announced the appointment of four local community representatives to the Lower Vasse River Management Advisory Group.
With Busselton and Margaret River experiencing some of the highest job losses in WA, it is a timely reminder to reach out to those who may be hurting.
Busselton Jetty put its Jetty Village project on hold this week because of the financial impact of COVID-19.
GeoCatch has launched its 9 Lives short animated video to highlight the dangers posed to roaming cats.
Tennis clubs in the Capes have been given the green light to reopen with the move to phase 3 of the WA Government’s easing of COVID-19 restrictions.
Staff at Bunbury Wildlife Park have teamed up with the Leschenault Community Nursery to grow native plants within the park and create a “veggie garden” of native species.
“It’s frustrating, but there’s nothing you can do about it.”
The fate of the 2020 SWFL season will be known by mid-July, according to league general manager Simone Nani.
As reconciliation week concluded a new day dawned on the Djiljit Mia community garden in Dunsborough.
More than two decades ago, Ferguson Farmstay owner Rosa Madigan and her late husband John travelled far and wide to find the perfect spot to relocate.
He said damage to the bridge owned by the City of Busselton was estimated at $3 million and repairs were expected to take 18 months.
While coronavirus closures and restrictions hit West Aussies hard, they also threw a spanner in the works for backpackers visiting and working in the State.
When Allan Bunter decided to open his bakery in the small farming town of Donnybrook, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, people told him he was “mad”.
Ongoing business woes are driving commercial property owners, landlords and business operators to demand the Shire of Augusta-Margaret River provides significant rates relief this year.
The campaign to build the Busselton-Margaret River Airport passenger terminal is all but dead, with the City of Busselton seeking to shift $9.5 million in State Government funding.
Jackson Lavell-Lee and Warren Hately
The Shire of Augusta-Margaret River is seeking feedback from residents on a major framework for arts and cultural activities.
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