WA Police are investigating after a suspicious package allegedly containing death threats was discovered at Senator Patrick Dodson’s Broome office today.
The Department of Education confirmed an incident had taken place at recess time today, and said a boy, age not confirmed, had been taken to hospital in an ambulance.
This week’s results leave MP Boyz sitting two points behind ladder-leaders Roey Mistfits and above the BlackHawks on percentage.
Peter Hampton was released from custody after pleading guilty to five charges at the Kununurra Magistrate’s Court on Friday following an incident that occurred on the afternoon of June 6, 2016
Councillors approved the extension of a waiver on aircraft landing fees at the East Kimberley Regional Airport and Wyndham Airport for Kimberley Air Tours, Shoal Air, Aviair and HeliSpirit
The move will see lot T22, which faces Fredrick Street on the outside of the shopping centre, adorn the purple and white as a new location for punters to try their luck.
Bianca Long’s work has been praised by the likes of Andrew Forrest and Michael Walters. Now, she is set to open up her work to the wider public
Thousands of cane toads were collected by the Kununurra community and taken to the DBCA, which will oversee the processing of the toad legs into sausages
Located about 10km out of Kununurra and approved in 2007, the estate was developed on the promise of significant growth in the region following the release of stage two of the Ord Irrigation Scheme
Shire of Broome councillors last week passed a motion to rezone a dirt patch in Broome North from commercial to residential use with land for a Boulevard-style shopping centre.
The restart of Western Australia’s domestic cruise industry comes as the Federal Government prepares to make a call on whether or not to extend the international cruise ban
Broome Mardi Gras has come a long way from its start as a one-off themed party at the town’s only nightclub in 2016, writes Carly Laden
Court heard that a former partner told the victim he and his uncle were ‘going to do stupid things’ to her and ‘gang-bang her’ for several hours.
The Kimberley Echo popped down to the bar and restaurant’s opening night to capture its customers enjoying the world-class view over a few beverages.
One of the stunning queens who will be taking the stage during the Kimberley town’s LGBTQ+ festival is Perri Prism.
Before the extravaganza of Broome Mardi Gras exploded in town, revellers were given a little warm-up in the form of Drag Bingo on Thursday night at The Conti.
Health Minister Roger Cook’s confirmation come as the State Government confirms roll-out dates for the vaccine in the Pilbara starting March 8.
Shire of Wyndham East Kimberley president David Menzel described the loss of the town’s only department store as a “bitter pill to swallow” and noted its impact on the town’s liveability
The company’s president director Hitoshi Okawa said it had realised “considerable” safety benefits by operating from Truscott last year.
Just 20 properties were advertised for rent at the time of print this week and house-share pages on social media had become flooded with increasingly anxious pleas from locals and newcomers
MP Boyz and Kings faced off in round three of Broome basketball on Wednesday night.
Reigning premiers Islanders went up against Set for Life in round three of Broome beach volleyball at Victory Life on Wednesday night.
A similar project in Karratha’s Murujuga National Park opened last year where a boardwalk was built to dissuade people from climbing on petroglyph-laden rocks of significance to traditional owners
A long suffering domestic violence victim viciously assaulted over a decade has been acquitted of stabbing her abusive partner in the chest during a row.
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