The two parties will work on a pre-feasibility study that could kick-start stalled magnetite project in the Mid-West via the use of shared infrastructure.
Stuart McKinnonMining Reporter
Case workers will find housing and help with medical and Centrelink appointments.
SKA, road upgrades, green hydrogen and more money for rural doctors in the mix.
Plans for Geralton bypass put store on road to ruin.
The City of Greater Geraldton has revealed plans to save the well-known CBD leaning tree, damaged during cyclone Seroja.
A 20-year-old man is facing 17 charges stemming from seven home burglaries over a four-day period across the suburbs of Geraldton last month.
Astronomers using the Murchison Wide Field Array telescope have discovered a dense and rapidly spinning neutron star sending radio waves into the cosmos.
Bringing years’ of leadership experience to the role, new shire chief executive Andrea Selvey says Carnarvon is bursting with opportunity.
Tractors are red, the sky is blue, subsoil moisture levels are sweet and there’s a good crew of Year 12s seeding crops at WA College of Agriculture — Morawa this year.
Eleven people across the Mid West have been charged with drug offences, including two with weapons offences also, after a series of police raids last week.
West Coast have until June 1 to make a decision on whether to de-list premiership forward Willie Rioli if they want to recruit a player to replace him during the mid-season draft.
Craig O'Donoghue and Mark Duffield
A bikie war could be set to explode in Perth, with police claiming a kill order has been authorised by Mongols bikies against members of a rival gang.
WA’s rent crisis is now so bad that some singles are applying to sleep in tiny buildings intended as short-term housing for homeless and vulnerable people — just so they have a roof over their head.
Wunan Foundation’s Pathways to Home Ownership program is making the dream of home ownership a reality for Kununurra residents.
Kambalda residents have been left without access to their only local banking service as the town’s ANZ automatic teller machine has been out of order since Thursday.
Ord Valley farmers have formalised their bid to expand the region’s cotton industry through the establishment of a new private company to lead the construction and operation of a Kununurra cotton gin.
Denmark police are investigating a serious motorcycle crash which has left a 49-year-old man in hospital in Perth
A group of South West people has joined the fight for a drug which extends the lives of people living with cystic fibrosis to be added to the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme.
A man has been jailed for two years and nine months after threatening to “put f...ing holes” in a man and stealing his phone in a “terrifying” attack on the Geraldton foreshore.
A jet airliner which was once the pride and joy of the OzJet fleet has left Perth Airport for the last time and hit the open road bound for its new home.
The parents of the seven-year-old girl who died after a two-hour wait in an emergency department last month will again share their grief after receiving the final report of an internal inquiry.
Western Power says industrial action from its workers could delay restoring power to cyclone-affected communities in the Mid West.
A one-time senior Rebels bikie who brutally beat a rival with a bat has been released on parole amid rising tension among WA outlaws and fears an underground war could be set to explode in Perth.
West Australian travellers were warned after a list of exposure sites was released by the Victorian Health Department after a man spent several days in Melbourne while positive with the virus.
The former Rio Tinto iron ore boss has resurfaced almost nine months after sensationally quitting the mining giant in the wake of the Juukan Gorge debacle.
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