A Geraldton man has pleaded guilty over his part in the bashing of a moped rider in Spalding last year.
We all cope differently. And then there are community members who are resilient and strong and financially stable, who could have lost a roof and felt equally as impacted as someone who lost nothing.
WA’s hydrogen industry minister Alannah MacTiernan expects the Pilbara region will receive Federal funding for a hydrogen hub, but hopes the Mid West will also be considered for future opportunities.
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The Nationals are pushing for an upgrade to mobile networks in regional WA after cyclone Seroja left victims unable to receive emergency alerts.
A “well-respected” Aboriginal elder who sexually abused two cousins more than 30 years ago as a teenager has been sentenced to 100 hours of community service in Geraldton today.
Getting builders to the Mid West and restoring power to farmers must be the immediate priorities to support cyclone-affected communities, according to the local MPs representing the devastated areas.
Charlie Collard knows how lucky he is to be alive after losing most of the blood in his body when a taxi driver allegedly slashed his neck with a machete last month.
During her final months at the helm of Mid West Ports Authority, Rochelle Macdonald oversaw challenges and rose to overcome them. She says: “Bringing the team along the journey” is crucial to success.
Kalbarri and Binnu students have not let cyclone Seroja disrupt their studies, with temporary classrooms set up this week.
A Spalding man has avoided jail after punching his mother in the face in the presence of his young daughter.
Not even a global pandemic or a tropical cyclone will stand in the way of the Mid West commemorating Anzac Day this weekend.
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A 15-year-old trans boy who took his life has been farewelled in two funerals and will have two different names on separate memorials after his estranged parents agreed to divide his ashes.
The West Australian has you covered this footy season with every top-tier Aussie rules competition in WA broadcast live including WAFLW, WAFL colts, SWFL and WAFL league.
A former boxing coach accused of raping a teenage girl in July last year has pleaded not guilty to working with kids without a valid Working With Children Check.
The agenda for the meeting made public last night contains very little detail
Motorists who drive on one of the most dangerous roads in the South West have been put on notice after speed-limit reductions came into effect this month.
A Busselton man who used his jetski to intimidate a father and his two children by repeatedly swamping their boat has narrowly avoided jail time after being criticised by a South West magistrate.
Unseen footage and untold stories are being revealed at Albany’s Historic Whaling Station through Whaler’s Tales — an oral history project celebrating the 40th Australian Heritage Festival.
The Mercure was always going to be compromised as a quarantine hotel because — not unlike other establishments built more than 40 years ago — it simply has poor ventilation.
Traffic is bumper-to-bumper on the Kwinana Freeway ahead of the Anzac Day long weekend, as people race against time in an apparent bid to escape Perth’s looming lockdown at midnight tonight.
Australian Medical Association WA president Andrew Miller has blasted the way hotel quarantine has been run in Perth, saying the lockdown was “completely avoidable”.
Hundreds of UWA students are being tested for COVID after it was revealed students from St Catherine’s College — visited by an infected student — took part in a large singing competition this week.
Travel between New Zealand and Perth will be put on hold while other Australian states have reacted to the State’s snap, three-day lockdown.
Coronavirus clinics across Perth have seen a swathe of patients this afternoon as people rush to get tested in light of the State’s latest lockdown announcement.
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