An exhibition aimed at introducing and connecting the community through art has opened in Exmouth.
With international and State borders closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic, tourists have been exploring regional WA in large numbers.
A court has heard the actions of the police officer who drew his gun on an armed Yamatji woman in Geraldton deprived his colleagues a tactical advantage and cost a ‘disturbed’ woman her life.
More than an hour’s drive from the nearest GP clinic, Yalgoo Primary School is visited by allied health students in a variety of disciplines — speech pathology, occupational therapy and audiology.
Race fans will get to see whether The Chaser lives up to his name at Geraldton Turf Club tomorrow - Natasha Faithfull is aboard and hoping for one better after they ran second last meeting.
While I am cycling, I often feel like a tourist in my own neighbourhood. I see animals, people and surroundings that I just wouldn’t if I was zipping by in a car.
Items ranging from a $2400 Broome holiday package to a single movie ticket will be up for grabs on Sunday, all donated by local businesses.
The 72-year-old who drowned off the coast of Green Head last week has been identified as long-term Jurien Bay resident Rockley Heales.
The future of Three Springs’ St Paul’s Catholic Church is still up in the air more than six months after the historic building was battered by ex-tropical cyclone Seroja.
The crew of a commercial fishing vessel operating at the Abrolhos Islands were rescued by a nearby yacht at the weekend after their boat ran aground.
While the worst of the front would be experienced in Perth, a severe weather warning would stay in place for tonight across the Mid West.
Elise Van Aken
It was female v rural representation when two experienced councillors went up against each other for the role of Greater Geraldton’s deputy mayor.
A tie, some trounced incumbents, tight contests and new faces joining the fold — local government elections across the Mid West and Gascoyne threw up some interesting results over the weekend.
Edward Scown & Elise Van Aken
The police officer who fatally shot an Aboriginal woman in a Geraldton street was taught he should pull his gun when a suspect was armed with a knife but was never told he should fire it.
Darlene Allston, Jackie Brooks and David Gillespie were elected to four-year terms on Saturday night.
Woodside revealed in July it was working with WA recreational fishing body Recfishwest on a plan to sink the 2529-tonne Nganhurra riser turret mooring 16km off the back of the Ningaloo Reef.
A desperate search for a missing four-year-old girl who vanished from her family’s camp site north of Carnarvon is expected to continue through the night.
Phoebe Pin & Briana Fiore
An Indigenous mother-of-one was holding a 30cm serrated bread knife and small pink-handled scissors when a police officer allegedly murdered her on a suburban street in Geraldton.
My listening tour to the Kimberley two weeks ago was full of highlights. But there were moments of deep frustration for me, too, writes Linda Reynolds
WA police officers are trained to exercise their own judgment when deciding whether to draw their weapons and there are no rules for what weapon they should use first, the Supreme Court has been told.
The Moora Cup drew a crowd close to the population of the whole town on Saturday, with around 1300 race fans from across WA flocking to the action.
“The Labor Government’s belated attempts to prepare WA’s health system for a COVID–19 outbreak apparently don’t include plans for regional hospitals.”
The promise of a bumper harvest has kept cyclone Seroja-affected farmers busy over the past six months, but local governments are concerned shortages of labour and accommodation will delay recovery.
The Shire of Mount Magnet has received a grant of $100,000 from Lotterywest for the restoration and conservation of the Mount Magnet 1898 and 1910 school classrooms on Naughton Street.
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