A 31-year-old Tarcoola Beach man who allegedly assaulted his two-year-old son with an electrical cord remains in custody after Geraldton police arrested him over the New Year’s long weekend.
Jurien Bay Marine Rescue is receiving an early Christmas present this week ahead of the busy summer holiday boating season
All 10 Batavia Bowling League’s men’s pennants sides remain in contention for finals with the season at the halfway mark, although Northampton may find the going tougher than most.
Vandalism to the Horizon ball earlier this year could hold the clue to the destruction of Geraldton’s most photographed icon, says City of Greater Geraldton Mayor Shane Van Styn.
Timber recovered from the partial deconstruction of One Mile Jetty continues to pile up as sorting the materials on land takes longer than expected, according to the Department of Transport.
A Rangeway man who committed horrific acts of sexual abuse against his young daughter for nearly five years has been jailed for seven years for his ‘insidious’ crimes.
A Geraldton woman is facing legal action over an alleged dog attack in Waggrakine this year.
Efforts to promote the local water polo scene are paying off, 18-year-old Geraldton Water Polo Association player Kobi Toomath selected by the Adelaide Jets National Water Polo League side.
Towns made them work but Wanderers prevailed to beat them in Sunday’s Young Motors Women’s Cricket League.
On Saturday, Bluff Point’s Aaron Thomas belted one of the greatest hundreds in the Geraldton Regional Cricket Board’s 59 years.
Northampton all but assured a top-two finish in Batavia Bowling League women’s pennants with a commanding win over Wonthella Maroon last Thursday.
Pumas hung on to top spot in both the boys’ and girls’ top divisions of Geraldton junior basketball with wins in each competition on Friday evening.
About 15 minutes was all it took for thieves to steal Christmas presents from a car parked near the Stirlings Central shopping centre, and get away.
The festive spirit was alive and well on Saturday morning as more than 70 motorbike riders cruised around Geraldton with a police escort as part of the annual Salvation Army Toy Run.
The local hospitality industry has been forced to cast the net far and wide in a bid to find staff.
A man who tried to throw his illegal abalone haul back in the water when he was confronted by Fisheries officers at Cape Burney has been fined almost $3000.
Police say they have no suspects in relation to the shock destruction of one of Geraldton’s most popular landmarks — the Horizon ball on the Beresford foreshore — with the cause remaining a mystery.
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A man his 40s was taken to hospital on Monday morning after the truck he was driving rolled on North Coastal Highway, 20km south of Northampton.
Western Power says 274 customers in the Mid West will remain without power until at least 6pm as bushfire warnings prevent it restoring power to parts of the network during daylight hours.
Mystery surrounds the circumstances that led to the popular Horizon clear ball sculpture on the Beresford foreshore apparently “exploding” into pieces.
More than 1400 homes and businesses across the Mid West are without power on a scorching summer’s day after a fault on the Northampton line interrupted supply from 5.45am on Saturday
The next generation of Geraldton artists will take centre stage at the Museum of Geraldton over the next two months as part of the 2021 Genesis exhibition
Mullewa’s crime rate has fallen to almost zero in the past month, according to the town’s top cop, as a group of troublesome youths responsible for a spate of crime remain away from the community
A long-running dispute between a Mingenew man and Western Power has reared its head again after the company mistakenly trimmed back a native tree near his property and asked him to foot the bill.
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