Trevor Whittington has told a government committee the two coastal WA towns are ideal locations to trial 5G’s potential for the agriculture industry
The outbreak of the coronavirus has created a windfall for Capes businesses, with 11 additional cruise ships set to dock in Busselton over the next 18 months.
The Busselton Fringe Festival will transform the ArtGeo Cultural Complex on Queen Street into FringeFun Day tomorrow.
Dunsborough Cricket Club have firmed as A-grade contenders after defeating top-of-the-table Yobs on Saturday.
Ten new students have arrived in Busselton to undertake their placements with the Rural Clinical School.
Brunswick Tennis Club is causing a racket as part of their new Get Your Racquet on! campaign.
A new initiative aiming to connect women after migration has kicked off in the South West.
Beer lovers rejoice, a new craft brewery is coming to Wokalup and is expected to be open before Christmas.
A young Leschenault cricketer has bowled his way into first-grade cricket this season on the back of making the WA State Indoor Cricket team last year.
Music lovers danced into Myalup recently to see accomplished country music performer Bill Chambers with Myalup’s Ray Jones.
The sale-topper, Monterey Paratrooper P90, is a 912kg 22-month-old Angus bull sired by Monterey Monolith M47.
It was a tackling masterclass from the South Bunbury superstar.
Stewart adds potency to an already exciting offence.
Rival defences will be up all night again with our favourite Fort Pierce centre back in town.
Former Manjimup resident Eloise Skoss recently completed a three-month internship with Global Citizen.
The Warren District Agricultural Show has introduced a team show jumping event for its 2020 edition.
A 60-year-old man has died after an off-road motorbike crash in Marybrook on Monday.
The Boyup Brook Art Awards held its opening night last Wednesday, attracting a crowd of 100 people for the 11th exhibition, attracting entries from around the South West.
The Manjimup Historical Society is trying to bridge the gap in knowledge of historic bridges in the local area with a new exhibit.
The newly established Manjimup Community Opshop aims to turn pre-loved goods into cash that will benefit community organisations.
The acknowledgement comes after considerable work.
More than 170 women from the South West and Great Southern will join some of Australia’s leading dance artists for a showcase in Denmark later this month.
Bunbury Taxis is appealing to the community for support following the announcement of rideshare giant Ola’s plans to launch in Bunbury.
A Harvey girl will soon be snipping for a good cause as she prepares to take part in the Hair Aid volunteer program later this year.
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