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The Cape-to-Cape Catchments Group hosted scores of primary school students in Margaret River this week

South West skippers are being urged to check the safety of their boats following a lengthy rescue last weekend

Yallingup Steiner School’s giant knitting sculpture will make an appearance in Perth for Mental Health Week.

Busselton Mayor Grant Henley will join in the international Mayors for Peace program in Japan next month.

The Nationals’ Vasse branch wants property owners to be given the right to veto oil and gas exploration.

Rob and Hilary Gay spotted an unidentified object over Dunsborough last week and are calling for answer.

People are urged to protect themselves as excess rainfall is expected to fuel mosquito populations in summer.

The future of the heritage-listed Phoebe Abbey’s House will be determined during Wednesday’s council meeting.

“We’re in a climate of improving and making a difference – that’s what we are here to do.” - Sen. Sgt Smith

Police officers from across the State gathered in Bunbury to honour those who have died in the line of duty.

Bridgetown teenager Zara Bartle has been diagnosed with a disease the Federal Government denies exists.

Bunbury City Council has warned that microchipping dogs over the age of three months is compulsory.

Following the 2015 Northcliffe bushfires, 90% of a key population of quokkas are now missing.

Cattle producers from around the region have donated more than $27,000 to the Beau Chatley Recovery Fund.

Margaret River-based roots supremo John Butler has announced plans for a gig to campaign against onshore gas

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