Last night City of Greater Geraldton Mayor Shane Van Styn put forward an amended motion for four Point Moore properties in danger demolition to have their leases opened for a further 18 years.
Elise Van AkenDeputy Editor
For many volunteers, especially those with farming backgrounds, the work is about more than doing a good deed.
Harry Taylor, better known as a defender in his AFL days, equalled the second-highest goal total in a GNFL game with 17 majors against Mullewa.
Reuben Carder & Victor Tanti
The Geraldton Buccaneers celebrated their home Indigenous round and the 450th game of a legend with a buzzer-beater on Saturday night.
A master magician is heading to Geraldton next month. But, before Cosentino takes to the stage performing death-defying escapes, there’s one confined space in which he’ll need to stay put.
Hearing loss and ear disease affect one in three Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander kids. Now ae Naaguja mother and musician is calling on families to get behind an early intervention program.
City of Greater Geraldton Mayor Shane Van Styn said recent talks with the State Government were the “first time” commitments had been made towards implementing the Spalding Precinct Plan since 2017.
Elise Van Aken
A Geraldton teenager will go to trial after denying he was responsible for a spate of burglaries allegedly committed over a three-day period earlier this year.
Dongara police are appealing for witnesses to come forward after a teenage girl riding home from work was hit by a car yesterday.
Following recent heavy rains, motorists have been being charged exorbitant towing and storage costs by tow truck companies.
Conspiring to bring up to 225kg of cannabis to Geraldton and firearms buried in a sea container are some of the allegations levelled at a Geraldton man accused of being a “highly skilled trafficker”.
A mother of six who had been sleeping on the city’s bitterly cold streets is the latest homeless person to lose their life in Perth.
A former teacher and WAFLW league coach is facing multiple historical allegations of sexually abusing a student at a WA school.
Schools are making sure they are ready for any potential Perth lockdown, war gaming a scenario in which an outbreak of the Delta strain of COVID-19 leads to classes being shut down.
Police hold grave fears for Katanning man Ajit Khan, 34, who is understood not to be a strong swimmer.
Tom Shanahan & Sarah Stager
Cable Beach’s big tides have claimed five victims in three days — this time two vehicles coming from the Mid West.
Tom Zaunmayr & Elise Van Aken
A couple travelling from Victoria who have allegedly been caught flouting self-isolation laws in Norseman will spend the remainder of their quarantine period in police lock-up
Among the 17 men and women from across the State who put their hands up to fly across the world today to assist their Canadian colleagues is Carnarvon resident and district officer Matt Holland.
Childcare services throughout the Lower South West are set to share in a multi-million-dollar funding program over the coming months.
Meetings of the board ostensibly in charge of overseeing the running of Crown Perth sometimes lasted less than 30 mins, while non-executive directors were paid tens of thousands of dollars to attend.
A controversial Perth mayor is under fire for describing a child, who had just received their Australian citizenship, as the next ‘darker skinned’ Nat Fyfe.
Farmers across WA have been urged to get out into their paddocks and search for signs of mice, after unusually early reports of mice damage near Geraldton
West Australians aged 60-64 are the most AstraZeneca resistant cohort in the nation, with nearly 45 per cent yet to receive a first vaccine jab nearly three months after it was first offered to them.
The man wrapped his arm around the woman’s neck on a shared pedestrian-bike path near Subiaco Road.
Prominent Perth businessman John Poynton has revealed details of a pact he signed with James Packer after the billionaire stepped away from his gambling empire.
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