The sporting communities night of nights celebrated the hard work and dedication of players, coaches, officials and volunteers within the City of Karratha on Friday evening.
A Pilbara magistrate has denied an alleged home burglar bail, saying he has an obligation to protect the community from break-ins.
A recent traffic blitz saw 82 Pilbara drivers slapped with speeding fines along a single stretch of road.
The Karratha Bikers Association has donated nearly $2000 worth of grocery vouchers to help vulnerable community members in the lead-up to Christmas.
All-Australian West Coast Eagles ruckman Nic Naitanui’s love affair with the North West continued when the big man visited the Pilbara last week.
A decision about the future of the once forgotten ghost town of Cossack is set to be made within weeks.
A new gallery featuring handmade works from local creatives has officially opened in the historic Cossack townsite.
It was an evening of glitz, glamour and sequins at Karratha’s first Binggay night held in celebration of Pride Month.
Alexander Scott & Caitlyn Watts
The hard work and achievements of more than 150 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander girls has been celebrated at the Karratha Girls Academy awards night.
The massive face lift of the Karratha Leisureplex that will provide expanded gym facilities and a brand new children’s waterslide is now one step closer.
Students from Wickham Primary School have placed third in a Statewide robotic Olympics event.
Roebourne’s top cop has raised concerns about road safety in the region after a prime mover was damaged in a crash last month.
Nearly 150kg of rubbish was removed at a beach clean-up along the World Heritage-listed Ningaloo coast last month.
This could be the last time you see Exmouth’s Jason Hibbert with his trademark beard.
Starting High School is an exciting time for all students, and Year 6 children across Karratha took their first steps towards it last week at the Next Step Conference.
A brightly coloured bench has been installed outside a support centre to provide a visible reminder of the impact of domestic violence.
Problem drinkers will be blocked from buying booze in the Pilbara as part of a plan to curb alcohol-related crime in the region.
A highly decorated youth worker and charity organiser is set to face trial over corruption charges.
Two Roebourne Regional Prison workers have pleaded not guilty to fraudulently claiming housing subsidies that added up to hundreds of thousands of dollars.
The officer in charge of a highly acclaimed Pilbara police team has spoken out about what he believes to be the secret to success, amid an across-the-board drop in crime statistics.
The long-awaited Pilbara banned drinkers’ register trial is all set to launch on Tuesday, with a four-week “soft opening” in place to stamp out issues early.
Sam Jones & Alexander Scott
A recent excavation has uncovered the oldest wooden artefact in the Pilbara along with evidence of one of Australia’s most ancient places.
Three Pilbara organisations have been recognised at an awards ceremony for their efforts to support volunteer emergency service members in the workforce.
A heart specialist who spent decades treating patients in the Pilbara has announced his retirement.
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