Not wanting to sit on its hands Georgiana Molloy Anglican School has pulled together a drama club to construct a side-splitting production on the life of King Henry and his six wives.
West Busselton locals are mourning the death of West Busselton man David James Gravelle after a fatal crash that occurred on Sunday on Wildwood Road in Yallingup.
Busselton, dust off your old photo albums because Ballaarat Room at Railway House needs your help as the 150th anniversary of Australia’s oldest surviving steam engine, the Ballaarat, approaches.
In a proposal to make Busselton brighter, Perth mural artist Holly Ogden will paint sunflowers throughout the CBD.
The phrase of the day was “let it rip” as more than 40 parents and children battled it out for their chance to come out on top in the Bunbury Beyblade Club’s tournament on Saturday.
Injidup residents are concerned fire access roads to the Leeuwin Naturaliste National Park are inadequate and could result in a “disastrous wildfire” at the surf location.
Busselton Football Club made it three wins in a row on Saturday, defeating last year’s grand finalists Eaton Boomers by 33 points at Glen Huon Reserve.
West Busselton Primary School students revolted at unhealthy foods last week when nutrition organisation Leafie.org gave them a Fierce Food Nutrition workshop.
Vasse MLA Libby Mettam has criticised the State Government for skipping her electorate in its $150 million tourism package.
Pets of Older Persons Busselton is on the hunt for volunteers to walk elderly residents’ furry friends.
A new format for leavers celebrations this year has accommodation providers worried about the potential for out-of-control parties
Popular fitness and recreation facility Busselton Fitness Club is set to expand after a unanimous vote by the City of Busselton council.
The Bay to Bay Action Group is concerned the site demolition for the proposed Busselton Performing Arts Centre project will begin before it can convene an “electors-style” meeting.
South West Greens MLC Diane Evers says a proposed State government study into local production of wind turbine components in Western Australia is “piecemeal and lightweight”.
Look out, kitty cats! A successful first trial has confirmed Felixer grooming traps are safe to deploy around the South West to control the growing feral cat population.
Fundraising for women’s cancer research is personal for Busselton’s Scott Robinson.
Augusta-Margaret River kept its hopes of playing finals football alive with a 34 point win over Donnybrook at Gloucester Park on Saturday.
Mountain biker Angus Nichols — the Busselton Freight Services rising sports star for May — was the WA Gravity Enduro Series winner for the past two years and said he was a good chance this year too.
Margaret River Taxis boss Lester George has warned his service is about to fold without more drivers willing to work, blaming the allure of Federal JobSeeker payments.
Margaret River tourism veteran Sean Blocksidge says some specialist operators are failing because Perth tourists only want to visit wineries and restaurants.
The Margaret River economy has settled into an uneasy “new normal”, with a lack of willing workers and weekend-focused tourism emerging as the biggest challenges.
Residents were caught making short trips into Margaret River “just to buy some hot chips” despite being under the influence.
Another unexpected consequence of the region’s popularity during the COVID-19 pandemic has seen accommodation providers report price gouging on international booking sites.
Respected Australian wine writer and critic James Halliday has made his declarations of the top wines in the country, with a Geographe winery taking out a spot in the top 10 best new wineries.
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