Monday, October 11, 2021, 6:35 a.m.
By Monique Welhan
The desperate search for an eight year old boy resumed this morning in our Southwest.
The boy was last seen at his family’s campsite in Fernhook Falls, about 35 km north of Walpole, around 9 a.m. on Sunday.
Local police, SES volunteers and the police aviator searched for several hours on Sunday long the Mount Frankland National Park, but found no trace of the missing child.
A list of exposure sites was revealed after a truck driver tested positive for COVID-19 two days after leaving WA.
A Mandurah teenage girl won an international Royal Life Saving Award after performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation on a man who had a heart attack at the age of 16.
The City of Rockingham Road Rehabilitation and Renewal Program is underway.
A driver miraculously survived an accident in Mandurah after his car was split in half after an alleged high-speed chase.
As Lotterywest celebrates the 10th anniversary of one of its most popular Scratch’n’Win games, it has revealed the most common winning locations for the ticket in Western Australia.
Today, the first $ 35,000 donated to RSPCA WA will be doubled for just one day.
Anyone interested in attending the Dunsborough graduation event next month must be vaccinated.
Police are looking for two men suspected of being involved in a car theft in Rockingham.
One of Australia’s largest one day agricultural shows returns to Waroona on Saturday October 9th.
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