The explorer has revealed a series of thick, shallow, high-grade gold intersections from reverse circulation drilling at its Cue project.
“I’ve had a fair bit of luck there. Just knowledge of the track and being on the right horse, I guess.”
“I’m hoping to have at least a couple up there and a couple of live chances.”
A much-loved lady will today celebrate a century of life with a picnic in a paddock. Only a few will be there physically, but hundreds will be there in spirit as Mary Hasleby hits 100 in Northampton.
“It was the hardest thing I’ve had to do and I am speaking out to warn others. I don’t want anybody else to have to say goodbye to their pet.”
Sportsmen and women, actors, writers and musicians from the Mid West are continually making advancements we all once thought was only a pipe dream. Is the six degrees of separation shrinking?
Can you see a microbrewery or restaurant here? Geraldton’s council is pushing the WA Government to allow this historic Marine Terrace building to be used for commercial purposes.
Tourists to the world-famous Busselton Jetty are being urged to donate gold coins, which will be used to market getaway destinations in the Mid West and Gascoyne.
There has been one new active case of COVID-19 overnight and another historical case has been identified through testing, taking Western Australia’s tally to 591 confirmed cases.
A man will spend a year behind bars for spitting in a security guard’s eyes at a Geraldton shopping centre and throwing rocks at a bottle shop.
People in Aboriginal communities across the Mid West and Gascoyne have received about 800 food and hygiene packages to help combat isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Shires across the Mid West are facing a massive clean-up effort, after ex-tropical cyclone Mangga dumped soil up to 200mm thick on bitumen roads.
Every winter the Greenough River, swollen with rainfall, overflows into the sea at Cape Burney. This year the exact opposite happened.
If you didn’t live in Geraldton, then where in WA? We asked Dave Fiorenza, Janelle Phillips, Trudi Cornish, Mike Bowley, Kelly Eastough, Kyme Rigter, Shane Van Styn, Donna Payne and Sally McKenzie.
“I didn’t like the idea of bending down, after making some garden beds at my old house, and came up with the idea of making frames.”
Social distancing rules spark nostalgic memories of when Geraldton had three drive-in movie theatres.
Filling holes is child’s play for Geraldton dentist Geoff Noonan. Like his hole in one at Spalding Park golf course — a memorable moment on the eve of his 43rd wedding anniversary.
Ten talented Mid West musicians will have their work broadcast to the entire country as part of an ambitious regional recording project.
“The grant’s great, but we have to put in much of our own funds. This is a big project which will beautify the area, but we need more money and members to make it a reality.”
A Geraldton mother who stabbed her abusive partner in the shoulder with a knife has been told by a judge to stay clean or be sent straight to jail.
Promising former Geraldton footballer Dale Ashley Wallam — who at one point attracted AFL interest — has pleaded guilty to a string of drug and domestic violence offences.
The waiting game continues with a decision on the Great Northern Football League season tonight postponed for another month.
Successful tenders for earth works, roads and car parks at the redeveloped Geraldton Health Campus — worth $10.8 million — will be announced next week.
Most of WA’s regional borders are set to be reopened from May 29 after the Premier announced a plan to boost the State’s economic recovery amid coronavirus restrictions.
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