Margaret River Boardriders have again come out on top against WA’s top surf clubs.
The Shire of Augusta-Margaret River council has voted for the “Rolls-Royce” option to support the development of a childcare service in Augusta.
It only took a week for the thorny issue of Shire of Augusta-Margaret River rates to come front and centre of the local election campaign.
Council candidate Carl Wheeler says he will “battle on” with his bid for a spot on the Shire of Augusta-Margaret River council despite revelations this week he once served 18 months in prison.
WA’s Police Minister has confirmed the South West will be included in the rollout of a specialist mental health co-response in mid-2022.
Gourmet Escape organisers IMG Culinary confirmed last week’s Times report that it would struggle amid east coast lockdowns by cancelling the festival on Friday.
New Margaret River-based Labor MLC Jackie Jarvis says Upper House candidates had no idea about the Premier’s electoral reform push which could see regional WA stripped of direct representation.
The pair, who both come from families deeply ingrained in their club’s storied history, became two-time premiership players at the Hawks.
As the dust settles on the South West Football League season and Augusta-Margaret River’s fourth premiership triumph, here are a couple of the bizarre stats that emerged from grand final day.
They might have done things easy during this year’s finals series, but there were some ups and downs on Augusta-Margaret River’s journey. Here are five moments that would go on to define their season.
From standout performances to a Sunday afternoon they would rather forget, South Western Times journalist Jackson Barrett has given a three-word analysis of every single player in the SWFL.
The undefeated Hay Park premier women’s side have completed the clean sweep, winning every major trophy on offer in 2021.
Ahead of what could be the biggest sporting event in our State’s history, we’ve unpacked the South West’s involvement in this grand final and the ones that have come before it.
Brady Hough’s rise from country footy to the brink of an AFL list will now see him show his wares on the biggest day in WA football history.
The South West might have missed out on an AFL hub as clubs relocate to Western Australia for this year’s finals series, but eagle-eyed fans might still catch a glimpse of some of the game’s stars.
Augusta-Margaret River have won their fourth South West Football League premiership, defeating Busselton by 40 points at Hands Oval.
Follow along live as the South West Football League colts, reserves and league premierships are all decided at Bunbury’s Hands Oval.
Main street restaurant Burger Bay came out on top in a tight three-way tussle to nab this year’s Margaret River Chamber of Commerce people’s choice award on Wednesday night.
The Margaret River-Busselton Tourism Association will introduce mandatory COVID- 19 vaccination for its workers.
Residents who want to know more or get involved in the Smiths Beach Action Group are invited to an event at Caves House on Sunday.
The State Government is keeping its distance from the revived Smiths Beach development, saying the WA Planning Commission will be the ultimate decider.
The local tourism association is adding another attraction to its list, with plans to take over the Eagles Heritage Wildlife Centre.
Ahead of this Sunday’s grand final, here are some of the stats that may (or may not) shape your team’s chances of success.
Journalist Jackson Barrett has taken a look at some of the game-breakers and key match-ups that could see Sunday’s grand final swung one way or another.
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