Luke McPherson is journalist in the South West covering sport, health and crime in the Harvey-Waroona Reporter. Luke started in 2021 after relocating from Perth. He has a passion for sport, mental health and the arts.
The region’s round two cricket action was highlighted by a thrilling tie between Waroona and Halls Head at Peelwood Reserve in the Wyllie Cup at the weekend.
It gets said too often, I know, but the world is a crazy place right now.
Harvey and Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault have named their football queens in recent weeks.
The Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault Football Club has joined the push to boost vaccination numbers in the South West.
A South West mother who practices meditation and relaxation has spoken of the importance of the techniques as the nation embraces a new mental health initiative this month.
Australind’s Kyle Lee’s golden year in the water was celebrated on Saturday as he took home one of Swimming WA’s most prestigious prizes.
Plans to breathe new life into the town of Waroona have been bolstered again after a Federal Government funding commitment.
The Australian Government has invested to improve domestic abattoirs’ ability to deal with emergency animal disease.
Delegates at the Nationals WA annual State Conference have voted to reject the McGowan Government’s “one vote, one value” system.
The vision-impaired captain of the Harvey Bowling Club was recently named Sports Star of the Year at the WA Disabled Sports Association’s annual awards.
After being cancelled last year due to COVID, this year’s Waroona Show broke the attendance record with more than 24,000 people making their way to the event.
The scores and stories from Waroona, Leschenault and Harvey-Benger’s weekend cricket matches
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