Hosted by Gold Rush Cheer, tomorrow’s event will see Christmas crafts and games, a snow machine and snowball fight, hot chocolate and cookies on offer at the Hay Street gym.
With candidates for the three major contenders announced, the Kalgoorlie Miner spent the past week asking 200 voters on the main streets about their early thoughts on the March 2021 State Election
From our airwaves to national defence, the Goldfields-Esperance region’s generation next of Indigenous leaders is ready to pick up the baton to make waves right across WA
Indiana Lysaght, Kelsey Reid and Phoebe Pin
Growing up hundreds of kilometres from opportunities in the big smoke, a life in the mines could feel like the only option, Mr Spurling said — a connotation he is trying hard to change.
At just 21, she was assisting the civil and human rights unit at the Aboriginal Legal Service of Western Australia throughout Stolen Wages and Stolen Generation cases.
With a strong legacy of leaders and innovators in his family, many of whom who have studied trades and returned to country to make a difference, Brownley is proud to follow their footsteps.
Born in Kalgoorlie-Boulder, Noongar teenager Ace Kiernan grew up in Southern Cross, Bruce Rock and Perth, but graduated from the Eastern Goldfields College’s Clontarf Academy last year.
The bubbly 22-year-old is part of the national broadcaster’s Indigenous traineeship and in the past year she has gained a valuable start to her media career.
At just 27 years of age Jazmyn Yavukama has been involved in a life’s worth of important projects. Her next mission is just as powerful
“Our older people have come through a much tougher time than what we did, they had legislation that pulled them down, legislation that really affected them in a negative way”
A Kalgoorlie man who threatened his partner with a kitchen knife while she held their two-year-old child has been sentenced to prison time.
Kalgoorlie College asserted their dominance with an emphatic 6-0 thumping of Hannans Celtic, while Boulder City etched out a tight-fought 1-nil win over Twin City last weekend.
The State Government last week unveiled a $57 million package for the training sector which will deliver 15 free short courses and slash TAFE fees on selected courses by up to 72 per cent
In partnership with Ravensthorpe Regional Arts Council, the Porch Projects exhibition — a display of photos taken during the pandemic period — will launch at Hopetoun Community Centre this month
Kalgoorlie College hit their straps last weekend with a 3-0 win over Hannans Celtic outfit. Boulder City snagged an equally comprehensive victory over Twin City, finishing their match 4-1
Her unpublished manuscript is on a five-strong shortlist for publication, under the Indigenous Junior and Young Adult Fiction award.
The only Burt Street pub yet to reopen its doors since COVID-19, the Recreation Hotel, will remain closed for a few more weeks as long-awaited renovations are completed.
The court hear that, after a short car chase, Mr Henning stopped and pointed a loaded gun at the officers, telling them “if you don’t want to f...g die, get the f..k back”.
One popular activity among visitors of all ages this week has been a digital scavenger hunt, which involves participants tracking down QR codes hidden throughout the museum.
A 27-year-old man who refused to obey police orders and attempted to resist arrest while drunk has changed his plea to guilty to avoid a trial.
As part of the City’s annual grants program, the local skating rink will receive $10,000 a year across the next three years to help with operational costs.
Ora Banda Mining on Tuesday emerged from a trading halt to announce it had raised $51.7 million through a placement and entitlement offer.
Keen runners will have to wait a little longer to get their Saturday jog on at Kalgoorlie-Boulder parkrun as the event continues to be postponed.
It’s not too late to join some 1500 Australians, who are lacing up their runners for this week’s Run, Sweat, Inspire festival.
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