Gold Cap up for grabs in Pioneer Cup

Download the Walpole Weekly, March 11, 2015 (PDF 3 MB)

  • More than 200 visitors are expected in Walpole & Districts this weekend to participate in the Pioneer Cup men’s golf tournament;
  • Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott visits fire grounds in the Shire of Manjimup;
  • Walpole hosts a Volunteer Fire & Rescue Service (VFRS) training course;
  • Former Walpole Weekly editor Mike Murphy returns to Perth after 16 years in Crystal Springs during which he contributed significantly to Walpole & Districts;
  • And more … Download the Walpole Weekly, March 11, 2015 (PDF 3 MB)March-11-2015-cover

 

Walpole in the Trees Regatta attracts 80+ boats

Download the Walpole Weekly, March 4, 2015 (PDF 4 MB)

  • The Walpole in the Trees Regatta attracted more than 80 boats from around the state, bringing with them a competitive spirit and a welcome boost to the local economy;
  • A former Walpole Primary School teacher has been jailed for possessing child pornography;
  • Walpole/Nornalup Tourism Association President Rod Burton responds to criticism on how he handled the media in the aftermath of the bushfires;
  • Rick Wilson MP releases an open letter about “intergenerational theft”;
  • The Climate Council links climate change to bush fires;
  • Donna O’Brien celebrates her mother Kate’s 80th birthday;
  • And much more … Download the Walpole Weekly, March 4, 2015 (PDF 4 MB) March-4-2015-cover

 

Regatta to blow life into economy

Download the Walpole Weekly February 25, 2015 (PDF 3 MB)

  • Walpole in the Trees Regatta 2015 organiser Jamie Dunross expects the event to attract hundreds of sailors and spectators to Walpole & Districts;
  • Peter Newton compares Walpolian attitudes to disaster and inconvenience against those in Northcliffe WA, Queensland, and the Top End;
  • Peter Bidwell appreciates last week’s letter to the Editor written by representatives of the South Coast Environment Group;
  • Jodie Whitfield of WA’s Department of Agriculture & Food offers advice to small landholders as summer slips into autumn;
  • Walpole ladies win Denmark golf tourney;
  • And much more …'Walpole Weekly' February 25, 2015 cover page

 

Two weeks until SW Hwy reopens

Download the Walpole Weekly February 18, 2015 (PDF 3 MB)

  • Walpole & Districts will have to wait at least two weeks before a 12-kilometre stretch of the Southwestern Highway reopens;
  • The South Coast Environment Group thinks a proper conversation is needed about fire management;
  • Philip Powell thinks training up the army to fight fires is a good idea;
  • Molly Smith looks back at the 1937 fire;
  • Burglaries do happen in Walpole warns Sgt David Wall;
  • And much more …

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