A Geraldton man who allegedly breached his bail conditions on a late-night escapade to buy petrol station pies has had concerns raised about his mental health in court.
A Wonthella man who terrorised a neighbouring family, threatening to set “bikies and the army” on them because he was “sick” of children running amok, has avoided jail over the “frightening” incident.
It follows a report by the Town of Port Hedland which revealed an increase in in-water rescues during the 2020/21 Christmas holidays.
The call comes after plans for the mural were thrown into disarray in May when artist Guido Van Helten walked away from the project after disagreements over its design.
“If it attracts that quality across the board, that’s more people through the gates — and that’s where the club really benefits.”
“It’s been a great four months. Myself and my team have been working hard.”
MCM Protection manager Cameron Mallory talked up the company’s credentials to City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder councillors at Monday’s ordinary meeting.
In my column last week, I was an Olympics party pooper. Just a week later, I’m standing on the apology podium, saying I was wrong.
When his partner began to fight back, Ward got angrier and bit the woman on her arm and earlobe so hard the woman thought he had ripped it off.
“Western Areas is one of the few companies that has a clear line of sight towards sustained nickel production into the 2030s.”
Police allege none of the travellers were at the approved locations when officers went to check on them on Wednesday.
Geraldton’s Ugle Fabrications La Fiamma are expecting a tough test this week as they travel to face Fremantle SC in Perth, having beaten them 3-0 at home in the first round.
Geraldton’s NBL1 West basketball team will take a depleted side that is already looking ahead to next season into Saturday night’s home clash against a team with top-four ambitions.
It was a full house at Queens Park Theatre last Friday for the official launch of West Australian Music’s Sounds of the Mid West.
The game could have been a whole lot different had Towns capitalised on their early dominance and set the tone for the match
Lawyers for an 18-year-old man accused of being involved in the alleged arson which gutted the Victoria Hotel, have told a court they will ask for the matter to be dismissed without conviction.
Geraldton police have launched a crackdown on residents using off-road motorcycles dangerously in the city’s outer suburbs, operating drones to identify offenders.
The Bulls came into the game with a head full of steam having downed the Tigers and Saints in their previous two games and were confident of taking the game to their fancied opponents
While there is a gap to the top of the table, both the Bulldogs and Blues will want to firm up their chances of a top-four finish.
Regional residents with blood disorders can now receive treatment closer to home, thanks to a service expansion at the Midwest Cancer Centre.
The visiting Slammers are last in the 14-team standings with a 3-14 record.
These seedlings have been prepared by KBULG over a 12-month period and include a variety of native species such as Eremophil, cassia, acacia and salt bush.
Bega chief executive Clive Holt said the Goldfields Aboriginal health service was a long-time advocate for investment in suicide prevention.
The court was told on May 4 Drenda Lee Bond was caught driving an unlicensed vehicle without authority on Maxwell Street, Kalgoorlie, despite being disqualified for life in 2014.
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