West Australian Premier Mark McGowan was impressed with Newton Moore Senior High School’s new Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths centre during a visit last week.
A Bunbury optometrist has warned about the dangers of too much screen time, after an increase in reports of eye strain.
Staff at the Stirling Street Arts Centre welcomed the news of increased public gatherings and following government guidelines, made the decision to open its doors to members on Monday.
The animals at Hygge Farm have been entertaining and educating visitors since phase two of the coronavirus restrictions came into play last week.
Nine community groups are set to receive up to $5000 each, thanks to the Synergy 2020 Collie Small Grants program.
A more flexible work week involving less office time may lead to an increase in people relocating to regional areas, according to a real estate expert.
A Collie business has been selected as one of the locations for an innovation program to support regional businesses and help them grow.
Collie-Preston MLA Mick Murray will host a virtual meeting for small businesses with Minister for Regional Development Alannah MacTiernan appearing as a guest speaker.
The Department of Fire and Emergency Services has advertised a tender opportunity for a multi-purpose facility to be built in Collie.
For someone who grew up in Perth, Dr Stephanie Godrich is extremely passionate about rural and remote communities and working to make them healthy places.
The Leschenault Biosecurity Group has launched its Arum Lily Project in a bid to reduce the impact of the dangerous weed in the region.
Does finishing on top of the South West Football League give a club an easier ride to premiership glory?
South West residents have two weeks left to submit their art to the South West Virtual Arts Spectacular competition, with hundreds of creative entries already flooding in.
Lucy Warwick was at her brilliant best yesterday at Belmont Park.
Boyanup trainer Michael Lane believes his exciting three-year-old Resortman is progressing along nicely, in light of last Saturday’s win in the $55,440 Heineken 3 Handicap (1400m) at Belmont Park.
Netball WA’s decision to begin the 2020 Gold Industry Group WA Netball League season on July 3 has been welcomed by ECU Souwest Jets administrator Maia Bratton.
Just four weeks into the role, Mr Sinagra has high hopes for the 2020 School of the Year.
A section of boardwalk was left charred and damaged following a fire at Big Swamp Parkland on Friday night.
Harvey and Yarloop police seized cannabis and drug paraphernalia from properties in Harvey and Wokalup on May 8 with the help of a police detection dog from Perth.
She is a universal farmer with a love of animals and a passion for regenerative agriculture.
St Michael’s parishioners in Brunswick had their first Mass in 60 days following the relaxation of COVID-19 social gathering restrictions.
Students at Harvey Primary School have been doing push-ups for a good cause this month.
More resources for Harvey’s youth may be headed for the town after a proposal to develop a Youth Strategy was discussed at the Harvey Shire Council meeting last week.
Burekup man John Cross handed his prized collection to the museum last week, after more than 60 years of collecting.
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