From learning how to sew to exploring sustainable living, Exmouth locals will be encouraged to repurpose and recycle at several makers’ sessions over January and February.
Community members in the Shire of Ashburton have been invited to celebrate Australia Day by participating in a variety of free family-friendly events across the district on January 26.
Two brothers found guilty of the violent Karratha restaurant bashing of a former colleague-turned-rival builder, have had their verdicts overturned in a successful appeal.
While youth crime in Hedland may be far from a new issue, police say the spike in crime in town is ‘unexpected’.
A Shark Bay resident and Malgana woman has been named by the Greens as their candidate to take on incumbent Durack MHR Melissa Price at the next Federal Election
A Wickham mother has pleaded for minimal future increases and transparency in daycare prices as data reveals Wickham to be one of the most expensive suburbs for childcare in WA.
A new organisation is aiming to give local young adults workplace opportunities including apprenticeships and work placement in hopes of developing the emerging members of the community.
Pilbara locals pride themselves on how hot the Pilbara is, so this is clearly an important record to have for the next time the Bell Tower Times pokes fun at us for telling people ‘it isn’t hot’ where they are.
Emerging and established artists in the City of Karratha keen to have their work recognised are being called to enter this year’s Dampier Art Awards.
Onslow, which has a sign claiming it is the cooler coast on the highway, reached 50.7 degrees at 2.30pm Thursday, equalling the all-time Australian record set by Oodnadatta in 1960
Cheyanne Enciso, Alexander Scott & Tom Zaunmayr
The West Pilbara Cricket Association have set their sights on a finals berth and promotion as they gear up to take on the State’s best at this year’s Country Week.
Police are urging Wickham residents to lock vehicles and secure property after a string of vehicle thefts and burglaries over the past four weeks.
The Bureau of Meteorology recorded the scorching figure at Roebourne Aero just before 12.30pm which has set a new Australian record for the hottest ever January day
Residents in Karratha, Roebourne, Port Hedland and Marble Bar woke to temperatures in excess of 40 degrees by 9am Thursday morning and the mercury only climbed from there
Tom Zaunmayr and Cheyanne Enciso
A new funding pool has been made available to try and attract and staff to bolster childcare services in regional communities.
With low number of offences recorded, Pilbara police have praised the Karratha community for their behaviour on the road during the festive period.
Upgrades to the entrance road of the Boodarie Strategic Industrial Area in Port Hedland have now been completed
Pilbara port facilities recorded a six per cent increase in monthly throughput for December while imports jumped by 28 per cent in Port Hedland.
As the date for the WA border reopening edges closer, vaccination rates in the Pilbara remain low with less than 55 per cent of the population fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
The Wickham mother whose video of the annual water fight went viral last year said she was disheartened after firefighters were ordered to stop jetting water on children.
Two Perth residents accused of blocking the Burrup Road as part of a protest against the Scarborough Gas Development in November are yet to enter pleas.
It sings from the same ridiculous playbook WaterCorp used when they told Pilbara folk they couldn’t swim in popular waterholes despite being able to produce zero evidence of any genuine issues arising from it
The Pilbara’s homegrown theatre star Shaka Cook is continuing to take the stage by storm, winning a nationwide prize for his performance in Hamilton.
An Exmouth artist has used her creative skills to repurpose town banners into bespoke beach bags and laundry hampers.
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