Luke Valente has made the most of the AFL’s shutdown period, returning in “unbelievable” condition as he pushes for a long-awaited debut at Fremantle.
Australia’s pay-TV giant Foxtel has announced it has given its Smooth music channel the boot - joining Channel V, MAX and CMC in the TV guide graveyard- as it moves to outsource more content.
Denmark lost a piece of its history last week when the heritage-listed John Clark Memorial Bandstand was demolished because of the “unaffordable costs” of repairs.
High school pupils across the Kimberley would complete a survey, as part of research into the viability of a universities centre in the region
Bridgetown Horse and Pony Club celebrated its first rally since COVID-19 restrictions eased.
Weddings are set to be whole lot less fun under regulations proposed by the industry to get hospitality back to work again after the coronavirus pandemic.
Commuters along the Frankston line face months of headaches as work on one of Melbourne’s most intensive level crossing removal projects amps up. Here’s what you need to know.
Major Crime Division detectives charged two men from Broome today, aged 38 and 30.
US MARINES arriving in Darwin have been warned they could face disciplinary action if they don’t adhere to quarantine requirements, after the first group of about 200 Marines touched down at RAAF Base Darwin yesterday.
NATASHA EMECK and WILL ZWAR
Bridgetown dressage riders Sarah Pratt and Karen Spice have been selected for the Equestrian Western Australia High Performance Dressage Recognition Squad.
It has been an expensive year at the Public Trustee of Queensland since the suspension of boss Peter Carne, with a just-released register revealing how much has been spent by the embattled organisation on external reviews.
Roxy Jacenko and the Real Housewives of Sydney are queueing for Botox, fillers and liposuction body tweaks while pharmaceutical companies fast track deliveries to meet demand.
Read the latest advice from the Kimberley’s own consumer advocate.
Boyup Brook residents lined the streets on Saturday to pay tribute to Boyup Brook District High School teacher John Roberts, who died on May 16.
Students at East Kimberley College were left inspired last Thursday after being given the opportunity to pick the brain of a leading AFLW player.
Elise Van Aken
West Coast Eagles star Nic Naitanui is fed up with people on social media responding to posts regarding the Black Lives Matter.
Accommodation places in the Lower South West welcomed intrastate visitors over the long weekend.
Tari Jeffers and Tristan Wheeler
Spots such as Town Beach, Cable Beach and Gantheume Point will officially be recorded with dual names, recognising the current titles and their Yawuru translations.
An inquest into the death of a forklift driver who died while being arrested for driving dangerously has heard his heart could have stopped because of “excited delirium” as a result of a psychotic episode.
While the once-in-a-decade storm prevented him from knocking off his personal-best 2km time, the 28-year-old’s fitness was evident.
The town would have been in the midst of a 12-month trial of flights between the two destinations.
There was no Yoko Ono but the Eagles’ own Fab Four was split up today thanks to the coronavirus training restrictions. Braden Quartermaine was there, here’s what he saw.
THE first group of US Marines has touched down in Darwin as part of the annual Marine Rotational Force Darwin exercise, which will see them posted in the NT for three months
National health authorities will start looking beyond Stage 3 of the coronavirus plan this week, reviewing the re-opening of sports stadiums and “nutting out” the risk of lifting more restrictions.
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