Karyn and Anthony Thomas take their three rescue dogs, Jake, Esme and Boofie for a walk to the Kalgoorlie Arboretum every day without fail.
Daryl Virgo, Colin Rodgers and Jennie McMeeken attended their local school in the 1960s, 1970s, 1980s and 1990s, and later came back as teachers, education assistants and gardeners.
Wayne Creek isn’t concerned about the talent The Giants lost during the off-season, with plenty of exciting new prospects set to hit the court
Ashlee’s mum, Joanne Monaghan, says neither she nor her daughter had ever felt disappointed when Ashlee was not able to celebrate on the day she was born.
Robert Frederick Gilbert, 33, was told he could not communicate or be within 50m of his partner after an incident in the early hours of the morning on Wednesday.
The Golden Mile Art Exhibition Group’s annual show challenges artists to submit work no bigger than an A4 piece of paper.
Claire Davenhall experienced first-hand the move down under and through the exhibition, tells the story of the migration of people to Australia, having made the move herself.
Curtin University School of Management head Professor Julia Richardson presented the two-day masterclass designed to equip regional women with the skills to enter positions of leadership
The Viewers registered four defeats in their first four games, before celebrating consecutive wins against North Kalgoorlie and Great Boulder in rounds five and six.
The singer-songwriter will take In The Grand Scheme to the stage tomorrow at the Cannery Arts Centre.
Bruce Alfard brought Bruce’s Bags to fruition before the plastic bag ban came into play to reduce single-use plastic.
Jeremy Michael Bonney, 37, is accused of entering a Boulder home, grabbing a woman by the hair, and pressing a screwdriver against her neck before threatening to burn the house with a Molotov cocktail
Set to be a ripper night with drinks, music, food and fun the event raises money for annual camps to give remote students a chance to socialise with their peers and experience life outside a station.
The Kambalda Men’s Shed will receive grade-three timber to make bread boards, coffee tables and other furniture — and it will be the first of the timber sent further afield than Esperance.
The boys are poised to compete in the Nicky Winmar Carnival, while the girls will show their wares in a nine-a-side round-robin competition that also targets 13-15-year-olds.
The weekly lessons were introduced to the school’s Year 3 students last year, with classes expected to build on their vocabulary and pronunciation in the years to come.
Maddie McGrinder, 16, and Ben Murgatroyd, 15, placed third in their section in the Rottnest Channel Swim with a time of 6hr.31min. 55sec.
The explorer this week announced a 23 per cent resource increase at its namesake project 30km north of Leinster.
Couch to 5km is an initiative organised by Goldfields Physio’s exercise physiologist Bernie Williams, to help those who do not exercise regularly give it a go in a friendly and supportive environment.
Residents first spotted the carcases on Saturday, which was also the second day of the Esperance Rural Supplies community fox shoot for February.
Underlying net profit after tax was $48.7 million, up 1117 per cent from $4 million in the corresponding period in 2018.
After months of complaints about the slow process, it appears some card participants wanting out are finally getting their wish
The Commission made no major changes from a widely-panned draft in September which suggested scrapping the zone tax offset and clamping down on fringe benefits tax in regional Australia
The underdogs were every chance of snatching the silverware until Collegians broke away in the third quarter and doused Olympians’ flickering hopes during the fourth.
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