An experienced skipper who was pulled from the ocean off WA’s coast with two friends has shared details of the terrifying moment his boat was overpowered in a wild ocean storm.
Property revaluations, rising operating costs, and drops in major revenue streams may see Geraldton homeowners hit with an average 3.6 per cent rate increase for the next financial year.
A plan for an outdoor cinema to be projected onto Three Springs’ 60-year-old wheat silos is one step closer to being a reality after a big chunk of funding was secured.
Punters are in for a buckin’ good time in the Mid West when the Mullewa Muster and Rodeo returns next weekend after a two-year hiatus.
Almost 500 spectators, players and officials turned out for the Mid West Festival of Hockey on Saturday, including the official opening of the Iluka Hockey Stadium and Multiuser Facility.
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Towns Football Club celebrated their 70th anniversary last Saturday night, hosting a function at their club rooms to mark the occasion.
Durack was never pegged as a seat to watch on election night, but a surprise swing to Labor has seen the electorate poised to become a marginal seat with bargaining power for the first time.
The Aboriginal and Australian national flags could soon be flying high in Northampton following a proposal to see two additional flag poles erected outside council chambers.
A Gascoyne coastal track made unsafe by heavy rains in April could be closed for another three months due to motorist safety concerns.
Carnarvon property owners could be hit with a 3.5 per cent rate rise as the Gascoyne local government seeks to bolster its finances.
The former Bond headquarters in the CBD — once the city’s tallest skyscraper and its flashest business address — is set to garner international interest after hitting the market.
Health Minister Amber-Jade Sanderson has reassured West Australians there will be no reduction in family birthing centres as part of the construction of a new women and babies hospital.
Police have hosed down fears a tit-for-tat bikie war is brewing in Perth – instead saying that internal squabbles over drug debts could be behind three terrifying armed incidents this week.
Prosecutors are considering a plea offer from the man accused of driving a car into a former WAFL player and then fleeing the scene in Albany.
WA has recorded a slight increase in COVID cases, but the update comes amid marked drops in other significant data, with hopes the downward trend will continue.
If you fancy yourself as a camp oven cooking connoisseur, this year’s Coolgardie Rodeo & Ute Muster has just the event for you — the WA Camp Oven and Slow Cook State Titles.
FIFO workers at Roy Hill have been banned from visiting South Hedland and Port Hedland, under some of the strictest COVID measures in the industry.
Kalgoorlie-Boulder businesses have joined the chorus of voices calling for changes to the local power supply after Sunday’s outage affected 16,500 Goldfields homes and businesses.
Senior Labor MP Tanya Plibersek has delivered a scathing insult aimed at Peter Dutton - comparing him to Harry Potter’s nemesis.
TAFE enrolments soared past the 150,000 mark last year as West Australians clamored to take advantage of a red-hot jobs market. Here are the most popular courses.
The son of Georgina Wild, who died from a suspected heart attack while waiting more than two-and-a-half hours for an ambulance, has met with St John WA boss Michelle Fyfe to demand answers over her death.
The heartbroken widow of slain good Samaritan Petr Levkovskiy has paid tribute to her husband as a wonderful father and man.
A man in his 50s is being flown to hospital after he was seriously injured while working underneath a truck in an outer southern suburb of Perth.
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