A long-table lunch on the Abrolhos Islands is set to be a marquee event at the inaugural Shore Leave Festival in May, with tickets now on sale for the four-day seafood extravaganza.
A champion for families in Geraldton and regional WA has been recognised for more than two decades of leadership in the community services space.
In part two of our Q&A with Geraldton’s three major candidates, we delve into the vexed issues facing Geraldton, including the bypass controversy, homelessness, and tourism in the Abrolhos.
A well-known Geraldton football player and former boxing coach is to stand trial for the alleged rape of a teenage girl who plays for the same club.
Geoff Vivian & Liam Beatty
With less than one week to go until the March 13 State election, the Geraldton Guardian put a series of questions to the major party candidates vying for WA’s most marginal regional seat.
Dresses, wigs and bathers could all be on the field next year as the rugby union community in Geraldton looks to get creative to make the local game bigger and better.
Perenjori Shire council has agreed to allow civil engineering works at the edge of a residential area.
Almost 900 tonnes of sand has been added to the popular Surf Beach in Dongara as part of an ongoing stabilisation effort to mitigate coastal erosion.
Dozens of local creatives made their way to the Fisherman’s Wharf in Geraldton on Monday to find the perfect pieces for the 2021 Flotsam and Jetsam art competition.
When I sat down to write this review, I wondered how heavily I should lean into the French romance trope.
A Northampton teen has described how he clung to a tree for more than two hours, waiting to be rescued, after fleeing his sinking car in floodwaters east of Geraldton and being washed 300m downstream.
Whether they’re kicking goals on the footy field, keeping the community healthy, speaking up for the vulnerable or raising the next generation of leaders, these Mid West women are an impressive bunch.
Lisa Favazzo & Phoebe Pin
Liquidators of the insolvent company which owns the former Victoria Hotel say they are pleased Marine Terrace will be back to normal this weekend — two weeks after a blaze destroyed the hotel.
Liam Beatty & Geoff Vivian
Geraldton is on the cusp of a housing construction boom, with the local council reporting a 120 per cent surge in building permit applications last month.
A house fire in Wandina that left a $350,000 damage bill overnight is believed to have been caused by tea light candles.
A 17-year-old boy had to be rescued in dramatic fashion last night after his car got washed away, forcing him to cling to a tree for two-and-a-half hours in floodwaters near Geraldton.
Making vulnerable Mid West residents feel safer in their homes and reducing crime are the aims of a new program run by WA Police.
A “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity” has emerged to buy what could be Australia’s biggest collection of tins, with the current museum owner eager to see the tourist attraction live on.
The Exmouth business community has praised a Labor commitment, if re-elected, to fast-track construction of workers’ accommodation to meet a “critical shortage” in the tourist town.
Less than a week after emergency workers escorted the Yamaji Art Centre team into their damaged store to salvage their art, they can be heard chuckling in the store temporarily housing their work.
Buildings and roads are in need of repair after more than 110mm of rain was dumped on Mullewa this week.
Phoebe Pin & Liam Beatty
A Mid West tennis trio launched a grand slam tour of a different kind last month, clocking up thousands of outback kilometres in a mission to bring the game to youth in remote areas.
Geraldton police have laid charges after finding cannabis in a search of a Spalding home.
No one was injured in the three-car pile up near the Professionals Geraldton office, which was caused by a distracted P-plate driver.
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