Geraldton’s newest restaurant will be opening its doors next week, with a strong Australian bush flavour on its menu.
Fireworks, musical performers, a unique welcome to country ceremony, more Australian citizens welcomed into the fold and the community’s unsung heroes singled out — welcome to Australia Day in Geraldton.
A local St John Ambulance volunteer who “made a mistake” by driving after a night out at the pub last year has had his licence disqualified.
A Geraldton man who threatened to stab a Perth retail worker with a syringe last year will remain behind bars for at least six months.
An intervention aimed at curbing youth crime and lifting community spirit in Mullewa is starting to bear fruit.
The State Government may have lifted the ban on the sale of rapid antigen tests in WA, but stock is yet to hit Geraldton shelves.
Marine Rescue Geraldton is reminding seafarers to log on and off with the volunteer group so they can swiftly respond to life-threatening incidents.
The Hottest 100, infamously moved from Australia Day, will kick off next Saturday, the 22nd. From the votes already submitted, it’s looking very tight.
A former FIFO electrician has his work cut out for him after purchasing a Tarcoola Beach hotel in a prime location, but in desperate need of a facelift
Mother-daughter horse training duo Julia and Brooke Martin are confident of success in the lead-up to one of the region’s biggest race meets.
A unique showcase of Indonesian and Aboriginal culture has won a Geraldton teenager a top prize in a national language competition.
Have my pet peeves changed during the pandemic? Have I become more of a grouch and less tolerable of others?
The Geraldton Tennis Club is opening its doors — and its courts — to the community on Saturday to support RALLY4EVER’s rally for mental health.
The Mid West has been sheltered from snap lockdowns and strict COVID restrictions for two years, but things are likely to change after WA’s hard border comes down next month.
Geraldton opens its 2022 Country Week Cricket campaign this Sunday, with teams in A and C-sections looking strong.
Kerby Brown, the star of a documentary being released in February, was captured delicately dancing between rocks and ferocious, barrelling waves after a huge set rolled into Kalbarri’s Red Bluff.
Bryce Luff and Edward Scown
The 48th annual Northern Zone Round Robin series played at the Denison Bowling Club last weekend saw the home side Batavia Red take out the title.
With pre-season approaching, the Guardian takes a look at what the Great Northern Football League’s bottom three clubs have been up to in the off season.
Edward Scown and Reuben Carder
Ryan Green has dominated competitive water skiing since he was a teenager in the early 90s. Now he’s being inducted into the Australian Waterski and Wakeboard Federation’s Hall of Fame.
Geraldton Hospital is set to lose one of its best nurses to government bureaucracy at a time when the facility is screaming out for additional health workers.
With pre-season approaching, a look at what the Great Northern Football League’s top three clubs of 2021 have been up to in the off-season reveals a variety of tactics for recruiting and development.
An alleged bikie who police say stabbed a man outside a Geraldton pub repeatedly last year may have his matter settled without going to trial, his lawyer has indicated.
The Northampton Volunteer Fire and Rescue Service is expected to move into a flash new headquarters by the end of the year.
Another sculpture has been stolen from the Kalbarri Skywalk, with police investigating the theft of a much-loved metal emu usually based at the attraction’s entry path.
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