Election promises to fix the growing issue of coastal erosion and build a sorely needed boat ramp have been welcomed by the Drummond Cove Progress Association.
COVID-19 has proved an unexpected blessing for a Geraldton artist who is leaving his mark across the State.
“Buying” the bells at Geraldton’s St Francis Xavier Cathedral to play a tune for a special occasion is gaining popularity.
Arson Squad detectives are flying into Geraldton today to join an ongoing investigation into a suspicious blaze in the historic Radio Theatre Building yesterday which caused up to $100,000 of damage.
Six years ago, a brave young woman left everything she knew behind to start a life with her Geraldton-born husband. Today, Joy Croasdale and her son will become dual Filipino-Australian citizens.
I’m Australian, you’re Australian, we’re all Australian. That’s not the issue.
“I’m very confident my kids will be celebrating Australia on another date within the next five years. We’ve seen so much progress towards this.”
So what is special about January 26? Well, in 1949 the National Citizenship Act was passed, marking the first day when everyone became Australian and no longer British subjects.
SHANE VAN STYN
A man has been jailed for a year after a violent rampage at Geraldton Hospital injured a nurse and left her feeling “unsafe at work”.
As Australians, we need to take ownership of that part of our history while celebrating the positives of a nation that, in many respects, is the envy of the world.
A Mid West man who was one of three to catch COVID-19 last year is regularly driving the 800km return trip to Perth to donate his plasma and help researchers understand the virus better.
Maggie O’Reilly-Small loves driving her taxi and has some advice for those seeking the best experience as a passenger.
Elise Van Aken
A local police officer has gone above and beyond his duties to help a vulnerable victim of crime.
Geraldton Cemetery Board chairman Max Correy complained after the City of Greater Geraldton stopped a corella shoot at the graveyard early last week
Northampton have taken a giant step towards finals pennants in the Batavia Bowling League with a 31/2 to half (40-32) win over Geraldton Blue.
Geraldton are on track to win the inaugural CCB Women’s Country Championships.
It’s bound to be a laugh and a half as swimmers splash across the finish line, but the Champion Bay Surf Lifesaving Club will be waiting to see how many people turn up to their distance swim today.
One of the world’s most wanted men, accused drug kingpin Tse Chi Lop, is expected to fight extradition to Australia as seven men prepare to face trial over one of the biggest ice seizures in WA.
Janet Fife-Yeomans & Shannon Hampton
Three members of a Leeman fishing family have been fined more than $70,000 after they were busted in an undercover sting selling illegally caught rock lobsters on the black market.
One of my favourite things about Tarts & Co — and Geraldton more broadly — is how easy it is to buy products made with local love.
The State Government’s TAFE fee cuts have promised to bring an essential skill boost. But are Geraldton students taking up the offer?
The most popular of the three distances on offer at the Geraldton Triathlon Club’s meeting last Sunday was the shortest trip, named The Enticer.
Bushfire brigades across Greater Geraldton have appealed for some fresh faces to join their ranks after a busy few weeks fighting fires across the State.
In a case that shocked even seasoned police, it took the bravery of an eight-year-old girl to speak up to finally make a predator face justice for his sick crimes.
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