A 20-year feud between Kalbarri neighbours culminated in a man getting drenched in beer after he made a snide remark to another man cleaning up after cyclone Seroja.
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A conservation group is asking fishers to be more mindful with leaving tackle near the Chapman River after birds have been found caught in fishing line.
Geraldton Turf Club attendees might want to watch out for Gordon Spowart and Graeme Hammarquist this week as it looks like they’re planning to come in hot.
Four junior athletes represented the Mid West at the WA All Schools Track and Field Championships in November at the WA Athletics Stadium.
If you asked the participants at the Geraldton Combined Equestrian Club’s horse of the year event last month if there were any hitches on the day, they’d say “neigh”.
Everyone had an enjoyable time which ended with cutting an iced fruit cake supplied by Betty Hosken, who is the darts representative on the committee.
The Driving Access and Equity pilot program was formed in response to a lack of access to driving services, instructors and eligible vehicles
The Rotary Club of Geraldton - Greenough has launched its fifth annual Cans for Christmas appeal for Foodbank Geraldton and is urging more of the city’s clubs to get on board.
Flowing chocolate rivers, a candy bar and master confectioner Willy Wonka greeted Geraldton Christian College Year 12 students at their end-of-year ball on Saturday night.
Famous Sharron, the self-proclaimed face of WA who is “very famous for nothing at all” has released a video promoting Geraldton as a “town that doesn’t know what winter is”.
Winners of this year’s Geraldton Guardian Mid West Sports Awards will have the right to feel doubly proud, with two years of sporting excellence being judged in one hit. CHECK OUT THE NOMINEES.
What started out as an American gimmick has become Australia’s most hyped sales event.
Rebels bikies have put on a massive show of force in Perth’s northern suburbs just days after the McGowan Government announced sweeping new laws to drive motorcycle gangs out of WA.
FIFO cleaners who posted videos online of themselves distributing homemade sex toys for male workers to dongas have lost their jobs.
A suicidal teenager spent eight days in a hospital emergency department waiting for a mental health bed - an ordeal his distraught parents have described as 'slow torture’.
An out of control bushfire is burning just north of Broome, with people close to the fire being warned to take shelter immediately
The owner of the Mt Augustus Tourist Park has hit out at a proposal to shut down the popular attraction for half the year to prevent further tragedies saying management was key to saving lives.
Prior to the establishment of the tele-chemo centre in Karratha in 2019, WA Country Health’s Patient Assisted Travel Scheme flew cancer patients in to Perth for treatment
An emergency warning has been issued for an out-of-control bushfire threatening lives in the shire of Broome.
Police are investigating reports of an assault while emergency services were also called to help a teen having a fit on the chaotic last night of Leavers in the South West.
Ernie Dingo has revealed the sick extent of abuse and threats he’s received as thanks for his efforts to help break down the stigma surrounding vaccines among remote Indigenous communities.
A rebellious bikie run by the Rebels could become one of the last shows of force on Perth streets by an outlaw motorcycle gang.
A heatwave has hit the dwindling population of penguins on Penguin Island, causing huge concerns for conservationists.
A bogan boy racer fined for road rage has been caught again — this time trying to import a bag of meth stuffed inside a toy.
Genomic testing has revealed the first case of the highly transmissible Omicron COVID-19 variant has been detected in Australia.
Police have increased border patrols in WA’s north after a remote Aboriginal community in the Northern Territory was plunged into lockdown.
The Premier, whose family has been targeted by vaccine-mandate protesters, said they were discussing moving from the suburbs he has called home for years.
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