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  1. Give back our port: deputy mayor

    Give back our port: deputy mayor

    Bunbury Deputy Mayor Brendan Kelly says the Outer Harbour should be given back to the community.

  2. Gardener gets Harvey tongues wagging

    Gardener gets Harvey tongues wagging

    The gorgeous gardens at the Harvey St John Ambulance Sub Centre are the talk of the town.

  3. SW clinic closes as patients stay away

    SW clinic closes as patients stay away

    About 1400 people will be left without a doctor when Southern Forests Health closes its doors.

  4. Ambo service in jeopardy: chairman

    Ambo service in jeopardy: chairman

    Harvey could be without an ambulance service if a desperate call for help is unheeded.

  5. Bunbury boat ramp upgrade after Easter

    Bunbury boat ramp upgrade after Easter

    The final stage of the Stirling Street boat ramp upgrade will begin after Easter.

  6. Bunbury council panel a household name

    Bunbury council panel a household name

    Bunbury City Council's Household Panel has grown to 700 people since it was launched last year.

  7. Shark attacks on mate haunt me

    Shark attacks on mate haunt me

    Jordan Gianfrancesco unsure whether he feels lucky or unlucky after shark encounter.

  8. Whale watch continues after strandings, deaths

    Whale watch continues after strandings, deaths

    There have been no sightings this morning of the long-finned pilot whales that were saved in yesterday’s mass rescue efforts.

  9. Four surviving whales leave harbour

    Four surviving whales leave harbour

    The last of four surviving whales appear to have swum out to sea off Bunbury.

  10. Stranded whales die in Bunbury harbour

    Stranded whales die in Bunbury harbour

    Twelve whales have died after 20 of the animals became stranded in Bunbury Harbour this morning.

  11. Jail for teen who bashed baby son

    Jail for teen who bashed baby son

    A teenager who fatally bashed his three-week old baby at a Bunbury hospital last year in a violet and cowardly attack will spend at least five years behind bars.

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