Local housing advocacy group Just Home has called on the Shire of Augusta-Margaret River to acquire land directly for the sake of social housing.
Margaret River-based teacher Mark Cummins is pushing for a full Parliamentary inquiry into how WA schools manage and adhere to crucial mental health guidelines for its students.
One of the region’s signature tourism offerings is back in business.
Margaret River Montessori is taking a bold step towards growth, unveiling a staged plan for a local alternative high school to start next year.
More than 60 members of the local wine industry turned out despite rough weather last Friday to undertake dune revegetation work at the Rivermouth.
Tourism operators have the chance to engage in an online workshop next week to better harness the LGBT+ market.
Local police held a seminar on cyberbullying for Year 7 students at Margaret River Senior High School amid growing concerns.
About 200 residents took part in a community art project on the grounds of Ellensbrook House at the weekend.
Tributes have poured in for promising young surfer Kila Hatchett who died in a car crash in Margaret River last week.
The Shire of Augusta-Margaret River council has approved an urgent fix to the Margaret River Heart’s faulty theatre floor.
Former The West Australian columnist Ros Thomas will be in town tomorrow talking up her debut book How to Shame the Devil.
A partnership between the Margaret River Regional Environment Centre and the Margaret River Community Pantry was unveiled on Friday.
The WA Education Department’s chief psychologist has acknowledged the pressure on teachers dealing with increased mental health presentations among students.
Councillors have locked in a 4 per cent rates rise in the Augusta-Margaret River Shire Council’s draft budget for this coming financial year, which will be finalised on July 27.
Recent council candidate and main street restaurateur Richard Moroney has taken a dig at the Shire of Augusta-Margaret River for its latest communications.
Margaret River surf star Jack Robinson’s had his wings clipped by Gabriel Medina at the El Salvador Pro.
A 78-year-old Witchcliffe man has been charged with animal cruelty and will face Bunbury Magistrates Court on July 7.
The South West is in the midst of a mental health crisis, experts saying long waiting lists and a lack of psychologists in the regions are among the core problems.
East Fremantle big man Jonathon Marsh has continued to put together a stellar season in the WAFL for 2022.
The South West’s Aran Zalewski and Jake Harvie have booked their seat to Birmingham in search of the duo’s second straight Commonwealth Games gold.
The Busselton Magpies have claimed both of the Busselton Toyota Cups for 2022 with a home win over Augusta-Margaret River.
The future growth and potential in the South West region is set to be discussed at a virtual event next week.
The recent inquiry into WA’s ambulance services has heard growth in Margaret River demands funding of a hybrid service.
Anger is brewing around a proposed 4 per cent rates rise this year, but it remains to be seen whether ratepayers will do more than have a grumble online.
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