Shire of Esperance president Ian Mickel is warning farmers to stay safe this harvest after he lost most of his middle finger and shattered his pointer finger in a farming accident.
Court told accused bashed partner after jail term for previous assault
Hyddn is described as an “Amazing Race meets Pokemon Go” app which combines virtual gaming technology with trivia-based quizzes
A newly established animal rescue organisation based in Kambalda is hoping to gain support to establish a cat rehabilitation facility to help with the town’s undomesticated cat problem.
“We’ve had dancers who have been diagnosed with breast cancer or lost family members to cancer so it seemed right to help raise funds for Cancer Council”
Local star and tournament favourite Connor Fewkes was yesterday playing down his chances of a fourth title at the annual McDonald’s Goldfields Classic, starting today.
For everything Celtic Chiefs under-11 soccer team achieved this year in an unbeaten campaign, the proudest member of all might be their coach, Jed Shaw.
As he prepares for a tilt at re-election to the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder, Linden Brownley wants to see unity and accountability at the centre of the new-look council.
Magistrate takes attacker’s autism into account in sentencing
St Joseph’s principal Lisa Gallin has put a call out on social media asking the community if anyone has a “friendly, calm dog and a few hours each week to volunteer to help reluctant readers to read”
“We should have a council that reflects the community...we all can learn from one another, we’re all here for the one cause — we want to have a good city”
Matt Harrington bought his 1930 Ford Model A four months ago and is restoring the car from the ground up along with his 12-year-old daughter Sarah
City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder chief executive John Walker will leave the council tomorrow because of the State’s hard border with New South Wales.
Steelers 1 have adopted a “nothing to lose” mindset as they prepare to take on highly fancied Sonix 1 in tonight’s Eastern Goldfields Netball Association premier league grand final.
The Goldfields Repertory Club will celebrate its 90th birthday this weekend, with a special line-up of events and past members expected to return to the theatre to mark the occasion.
Judges for the 2021 Tidy Town Sustainable Communities Awards have been left “terribly impressed” by Kalgoorlie-Boulder’s application for the prize.
Goldfields residents are being encouraged to look out for common cancer symptoms during prostate cancer awareness month.
An extension of the State Barrier Fence to protect livestock on WA’s south coast has hardly progressed after two years because of complex negotiations between the Government and native title holders.
An Esperance councillor wants the Shire to stop using chemicals as weed control.
Students at Kalgoorlie-Boulder Community High School donned their team colours last week as each faction battled it out at the school’s annual athletics carnival.
Mines showcased superb resolve to become premiers of the Eastern Goldfields Hockey Association A2 women’s competition, edging past Norths-Wesley after a tense penalty shootout on Saturday afternoon.
Norths-Wesley were on Saturday crowned the Eastern Goldfields Hockey Association A2 men’s premiers for the fourth time in five years.
A man who threatened his partner with a brick, and while on bail a month later assaulted her by pushing her to the ground and throwing rocks at her, has been given to a seven-month suspended jail term
The Eastern Goldfields Historical Society has described the suspicious fire which damaged the heritage-listed Coolgardie Post Office precinct on Sunday as a “terrible loss”.
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