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A Bunbury man described as a “menace” on the road will spend a year behind bars after he caused a crash while under the influence of alcohol, cannabis and methamphetamine. Bunbury Mail delivers latest news from Bunbury NSW including sport, weather, entertainment and lifestyle. Tania Leahy never has to buy a lotto ticket again! The Bunbury Geographe Motor Museum roared to life on Sunday when the venue was officially opened. Home to 33 active fire fighters and 40 members, Beelerup Bush Fire Brigade now has a place to call home with the newly-opened Beelerup Fire Station. The deceased woman was the sole occupant of her car while the male driver of the other vehicle escaped with minor injuries. Eaton Senior Citizens Centre put on a party to celebrate Ray Matthews’ 100th birthday on Friday. GWN7 News. Police say the crash happened about 1pm at the intersection of South Western Highway and Hynes Road in Waterloo, about 15km east of Bunbury. Surf Life Saving WA’s South West Westpac Helicopter reported a more than 65 per cent increase in swimmers and surfers being cleared from the water due to the presence of sharks this school holidays. News about Teal Bunbury on Sports Mole with the latest player news, biographical information, pictures and more. Worth it's weight in gold, they dont make them like this anymore! 2 mins. The manager of a popular Bunbury bar worries that calls to reduce temporarily the excise tax on imported alcohol could be problematic, but said it could help business in the short term. As the dust settles on an extraordinary SWFL grand final, thewest.com football commentator Jackson Barrett and South Western Times journalist Bella Kitchen assess all 44 players from Sunday’s clash. Storm hasn't won a title since Cooper and Billy left, will that change? Latest Bunbury news, sport, football and business news from Bunbury Mail. 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Purchase a copy of The Sunday Times at a participating IGA for your chance to WIN $20K, ‘I’d steal food’: Binge-eater’s weight loss, © West Australian Newspapers Limited 2020. Western Australian Premier Mark McGowan joined Bunbury MLA Don Punch at Jetty Baths on Friday to announce additional funding into a key project on Bunbury’s waterfront. WA’s deadly run on the roads has continued with a female driver killed today in a collision in the South West. Bunbury’s boating community have welcomed the recent $78 million funding announcement from the State Government which will go towards the Transforming Bunbury’s Waterfront project. Anyone who witnessed the crash at Waterloo can contact Crime Stoppers on 1800 333 000 or make a report online at www.crimestopperswa.com.au.