Irwin Shire has contracted a locum doctor and hopes to resolve issues at Dongara Medical Centre at a special council meeting next week.
A Geraldton gardener’s hard work has paid rich dividends.
Wonthella and Denison took centrestage in the second division final series for the 2020 Batavia Bowling League.
Watch out Geraldton Sharks. Carnarvon is coming.
A Narra Tarra couple have an exit plan for their beloved pet cemetery, where some 2200 pets have been buried in the past 25 years.
“When I was a child, if I wanted to socialise with my friends I had to go through my front door, or wrestle the only phone in the house away from my siblings.” — Derek Goforth
A social media fundraising campaign has been launched to assist a man whose parents died when the car he was driving left a country road and crashed into a tree.
“...Western clothes being shipped to India where they are recycled and turned back into thread, which is then made into blankets. Recycling at its best.” — Raelene Hall
Geraldton farmer Murray McCartney has been selected as one of only 10 farmers nationwide to participate in the prestigious GrainGrowers’ leadership program.
Perenjori will continue to have part-time GP services after a contract with the Shire was renewed.
Carnarvon Men’s Shed president Paul Dryden is a retired carpenter and builder who would like to pass on his skills to other men.
The Flotsam and Jetsam 2020 Art Competition, in which interested artists use recovered materials to produce inspired artwork, is back this year.
Competitors can expect mackerel, coral trout and game species such as tuna and marlin among the fish on offer in the fifth annual Kalbarri Sports Fishing Classic, according to organisers.
Meekatharra’s Royal Mail Hotel is generating its own electricity and selling it into the grid.
“The people that live in my neighbourhood do a bit in the garden ...it is very important to always present the garden as a place that echoes the values people love to embrace.” — Stan Maley
“One of the biggest myths that Poms subscribe to is that in Australia there is something around every corner that is going to kill you.” — Derek Goforth
Tamarin Noble has been named the Shire of Dandaragan’s 2019 young citizen of the year and Gloria White was crowned citizen of the year for her ongoing service to the Cervantes community.
Police have arrested two boys who allegedly broke into the Carnarvon office of aged care service provider Silver Chain and stole a company car.
“I don’t fancy drinking milk imported from interstate or overseas in years to come.” Columnist Raelene Hall wants more done to support WA dairy farmers.
Irwin Lewis, a member of Claremont’s 1964 league premiership team, was followed in a Tigers guernsey by his three sons, Clayton, Cameron and Chris.
He beat pneumonia as a toddler in Morawa — and died there nearly eight decades later from chronic illness. Peter Sweeney pays tribute to Irwin Tasman Lewis, father of AFL player Chris Lewis.
The waters of ex-tropical cyclone Damien fell on the Gascoyne and Lyons River catchments, leaving some homesteads under water.
This year’s Nukara Music Festival will bring to a close 15 years of partying at a stunning property in the Chapman Valley.
Police have released the names of an elderly couple from Kalbarri who were killed in a single car crash near Northampton on Friday.
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