Take a step back in time and check out what was making news 20 years ago in the Bunbury Mail.
Bunbury-based meat processor V&V Walsh has become the first international supplier approved to send chilled sheep and goat meat to China.
Andrew Elstermann Federal Member for Forrest Nola Marino has used a parliamentary address to congratulate the SWFL women's team on their inaugural win against Peel.
Andrew Elstermann Bunbury-born ballroom dancer Dianne Buswell is set to join the cast of British TV show Strictly Come Dancing.
Kaylee Meerton San Cisco are gearing up for their performance at the Prince of Wales Hotel next week as part of their national 'The Water' tour, and the band say there's plenty more to come from them soon.
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New figures from St John Ambulance WA show 14 ambulances are called a day for excess alcohol consumption, and the problem is worse among young women than men.
The top 10 most affordable South West suburbs have been revealed by reiwa.com.
The Leschenault Catchment Council is working with Benger area landholders to improve landscapes and provide habitat for wildlife.
The Anzac Park aviary has been empty since the South West Avicultural Society informed the City they could no longer care for the birds.