445 Marine Terrace, Busselton is a beautifully presented and recently completed home on a corner block with easy-care landscaped gardens.
Competitors travelled from as far as Kalgoorlie, Geraldton and Albany for the South West Horse Trials in Harvey from June 13-14.
High school students from across the Pilbara put their football and netball skills to the test in the V Swans Hedland Cup.
AFL icon Kevin Sheedy visited Manjimup Tigers Football Club last week.
This immaculate home, on a 672sqm block, has an abundance of extras that make it one of a kind.
Situated on a sprawling 1012sq m block, this four-bedroom, two-bathroom home is ideal for families being close to everything Australind has to offer.
About 200 people packed the Narrogin Town Hall earlier this month for a quiz night, smashing expectations by raising $6355 for Give Me 5 For Kids, with funds going to the Princess Margaret Hospital Regional Assistance Fund.
Comet Bay College students stepped back in time to an era much different to their own last Wednesday for the school’s annual Medieval Day last Wednesday.
Shields were raised, potions concocted, and soup brewed as students took part in a range of activities depicting the Middle Ages.
Round 9 of the South West Football League began on Saturday with two contrasting matches: Carey Park v Harvey Bulls and Eaton Boomers v HBL.
Footy fans and interested business people got an insight into the workings of the West Coast Eagles at last Friday’s Key Business Leader’s Series Breakfast at The Cruising Yacht Club of WA.
West Coast Eagles chairman Alan Cransberg and chief executive officer Trevor Nisbett spoke about their roles with the club and how they were “pleasantly surprised” by the side’s success this season.
Mr Nisbett explained how the Eagles had grown its franchise over the years to more than 60,000 members, with another 11,000 on the waiting list to join.
Bunbury Catholic College Year 11 and 12 visual arts students recently submitted their final artwork for the semester.