Unbelievable footage has been shared of a man clinging to an upturned dinghy floating in the middle of the ocean after a distress alert was received from an unregistered beacon.
It is now cheaper to buy a block of land in Mingenew than a sausage roll at the local bakery after nine lots went on the market for $1 each last week.
One I found intriguing was that he told students not to take notes during his lectures, but to listen and pay attention. My first thought was “I wouldn’t remember a thing afterwards”.
Yes, it’s clear people are passionate about their rights and their freedoms — but it could be said many have lost sight of the responsibilities that go along with those rights and freedoms.
The coastal town could soon be home to a new attraction able to whet the whistle of more than 200 people.
‘Close result’ after former Shire Presidents contest top Council position.
If I open my fridge, there’s this noise in my ears but there’s one that’s louder than all the rest. It’s the damn chocolate.
Jenny Mutter Senior buried a time capsule in Three Springs 20 years ago and this Saturday the town has plans to dig it up.
Geraldton has a collection of all-acoustic cylindrical record players.
WA’s grain harvest has begun in earnest, with about 800 tonnes of canola delivered to CBH bins in the Geraldton, Esperance and Kwinana Port Zones by Tuesday.
Birdlife Midwest-Geraldton celebrated its 10th anniversary with a birdwatching visit to two Chapman Valley properties recently.
A family of eagles made themselves at home on an old power pole in Eneabba, interrupting the work of Western Power officials.
A 65-year-old Badgingarra man died at the scene of the crash.
The first thing Perth motorcycle crash survivor Neal Allen said to ICU nurses when he woke up was: “how’s the bike?”
“We meet in members’ gardens every third Saturday, November to February and share ideas and friendship, bring cuttings to share and have a show-and-tell to show off our new or special plants.”
Officers and staff at Geraldton Police Station have paused along with colleagues throughout Australasia and the South West Pacific Region to remember fallen colleagues.
Agencies have completed two weeks of Mid West coast joint border protection exercises.
Former Bureau of Meteorology employee John Robert Webb has been jailed for robbing a Geraldton bottle shop and setting fire to a woman’s Geraldton home while under the influence of meth.
WA Energy Minister Bill Johnston officially opened the 180MW Warradarge Wind Farm this morning.
The call has gone out for organisations or individuals interested in developing the former Tardun Farm School into a job-training centre for troubled youth.
“Are we really in Meekatharra?” This comment was heard often as locals delighted in the art exhibition and cocktail party held in a newly-opened retail development.
Columnist Derek Goforth understands why Geraldton students skipped school to take part in a recent climate change protest.
Peter Fiorenza pines for the days when life was simpler: “Everyone seemed to have a job, and human beings, not robots or computers, were largely responsible for our daily activities.”
In 1918, Ngala experienced its first international pandemic, the Spanish flu, supporting women and children through the pandemic, just as it has through COVID-19.
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