A man, believed to be in his 20s, was killed yesterday in a head-on crash with a truck on Brand Highway in Cape Burney.
In Geraldton, we often receive a missing person report every week, which leads us to launch a welfare search for that person. It’s an issue that has been growing in frequency across the State.
Sen. Sgt Chris Martin
A Geraldton man has been handed a year-long jail term after lighting three fires in his cell at Hakea Prison during periods of “deteriorating mental health”.
The City of Greater Geraldton council approved new local group to use the former visitor’s centre at the old railway building on Marine Terrace to pilot music programs.
Elise Van Aken
Real Estate Institute of WA data shows the June quarter median house price for Geraldton was $322,000, a rise of 3.9 per cent from the March quarter.
City of Greater Geraldton councillor Victor Tanti, who lives in a Point Moore cottage, said properties in the suburb were a great opportunity for a young family to have an affordable place to live.
A Geraldton man who allegedly breached his bail conditions on a late-night escapade to buy petrol station pies has had concerns raised about his mental health in court.
A Wonthella man who terrorised a neighbouring family, threatening to set “bikies and the army” on them because he was “sick” of children running amok, has avoided jail over the “frightening” incident.
In my column last week, I was an Olympics party pooper. Just a week later, I’m standing on the apology podium, saying I was wrong.
Geraldton’s Ugle Fabrications La Fiamma are expecting a tough test this week as they travel to face Fremantle SC in Perth, having beaten them 3-0 at home in the first round.
Geraldton’s NBL1 West basketball team will take a depleted side that is already looking ahead to next season into Saturday night’s home clash against a team with top-four ambitions.
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.
In the midst of an epic Olympic gold rush in Tokyo on Wednesday, flame-haired Annabelle McIntyre became the first WA rower to win an Olympic gold medal.
The toughest category to judge due to the number of exceptional drops, particularly in the shiraz and pinot noir varieties.
Lawyers for an 18-year-old man accused of being involved in the alleged arson which gutted the Victoria Hotel, have told a court they will ask for the matter to be dismissed without conviction.
The court was told on May 4 Drenda Lee Bond was caught driving an unlicensed vehicle without authority on Maxwell Street, Kalgoorlie, despite being disqualified for life in 2014.
A police family liaison officer has spent the week with Ajit Khan’s family in Katanning, keeping them up-to-date on the search.
Chief executive David Schober said the draft annual budget sought to “restore the balance” after the shire left rates on hold last year.
The legacy of the late Rosie Dark is set to reach State Parliament as her Katanning family continue to push for changes to WA’s newborn screening tests.
The death of a young girl comes as Fitzroy Crossing residents and visitors raise serious concerns about rampant rock throwing and car thefts by unsupervised teenagers in town
A woman is in hospital after she was hit by a car in Rivervale overnight, while two people are in police custody after sparking a short police chase in Canning Vale.
The State Emergency Service has received more than 48 calls for help in the past 24 hours, with the storm damage stretching from Two Rocks down to Albany.
Sarah Steger, Kate Phillips & Bryce Luff
NSW has recorded 239 new local COVID cases. It comes as Queensland recorded nine new cases of virus, as parts of the state wake up to the first day of a strict lockdown. SEE THE LATEST UPDATES.
If you thought you’ve been reaching for your umbrella a little more than usual, you’d be right. It rained on 28 of July’s 31 days, something which hasn’t happened in 75 years.
The WA branch of Australia’s Medical Association says the State simply can’t wait until 2022 for a purpose-built quarantine facility to be built in Perth. But it has offered an alternative to hotels.
Thousands of WA criminals behind bars have been vaccinated with the in-demand Pfizer coronavirus vaccine, despite hordes of West Australians still waiting.
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