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The top news from the Augusta Margaret River Times this week

In this week’s Augusta Margaret River Times, the grieving father of four children killed in Margaret River’s 2018 murder-suicide will appear before a parliamentary committee next month. The COVID-19 outbreak in Victoria has once again forced the hand of Jetstar flights to the region and the region is looking forward to the start of the Cabin Fever Winter Festival.

Region at fever level for winter festival

After being resurrected after being canceled last year due to COVID-19, Cabin Fever has fueled winter festivities for 10 days.

More than 40 lifestyle and foodie events are held at 35 venues in the Margaret River area, from grand competitions to intimate small-group experiences.

Papa demands answers

The grieving father of four children killed in the Margaret River suicide in 2018 is due to appear before a powerful parliamentary committee next month

as it is considering an investigation into the Osmington shootings. Aaron Cockman continued his search for answers after the Margaret River massacre when Peter Miles, 61, shot and killed Taye, 13, Rylan, 12, Arye, 10 and Kadyn, 8, their mother Katrina and his wife Cynda, before turning the gun on himself at the family’s Osmington hobby farm.

Melbourne flights hit again by COVID

Direct flights to Melbourne from the southwest have again been ripped off the table as COVID-19 outbreaks in Victoria postpone the launch date for the fifth time this year.

The first commercial passenger flights between Busselton Margaret River Airport and Melbourne Airport have been postponed to August 11th.

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