A 47-year-old accused of ramming a police car and threatening officers when breaching the COVID-19 checkpoint has been granted bail, but will remain under the care of mental health professionals.
He didn’t claim the main prize, but Peter Fernie was still the most prolific trainer at the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Racing Club on Sunday.
The passenger airline operating the Perth-to-Esperance route is making COVID-19 vaccinations compulsory for all its frontline staff.
A Kalgoorlie-Boulder man who went on a drunken night out after celebrating his first baby’s gender reveal and had a “disaster of an evening” has been fined.
A Kalgoorlie-Boulder man who stole tools from a store with plans to sell them so he could afford to feed his dog has been fined.
Five years after watching from the MCG stands as the Western Bulldogs ended a 62-year flag drought, Goldfields dyed-in-the-wool supporter Kirsten Gianni is making another trip to the AFL grand final
The Esperance and Districts Agricultural Society is gearing up for its 59th annual Esperance Show next month, with a few special guests set to make an appearance on stage
Mining industry trailblazer Sabina Shugg says the recent Women in Mining and Resources WA summit offered some raw insights and honest reflection on issues confronting the industry
A woman who delivered “tirade” of racial abuse to her neighbour and armed herself with a metal baseball bat before throwing a beer bottle at the victim during an ongoing feud has been sentenced
Radio Auction chairman Stuart Fleming said sponsorship for the event was a vital aspect of their fundraising effort and assists the club in running costs from the event
CBC remain the undisputed Eastern Goldfields Hockey Association A1 women’s champions, beating Pegasus 3-1 in front of a heaving crowd on Saturday night.
Norths-Wesley claimed their fifth Eastern Goldfields Hockey Association A1 men’s premiership in six years, toppling Pegasus 2-1 in a nailbiting contest on Saturday night.
Rick Wilson has hit back at claims by a Federal Labor counterpart that the Commonwealth’s rollout of COVID-19 vaccinations is more to blame than public complacency for regional WA’s slow uptake
The winners were announced at an awards evening at Goldfields Arts Centre on Friday, with the exhibition now open to the public daily.
A man fighting allegations he committed an indecent assault and assaulted his partner has been released on bail after being fined for disorderly behaviour in public.
The elderly residents of a local nursing home have been treated to a visit from local mothers and their babies as part of a new initiative by Goldfields Revitalise
Leah Drew said she has always dreamt of opening her own op shop and wants to use her business to give back to the community.
Kalgoorlie detectives are investigating a suspicious fire that ripped through the heritage-listed Coolgardie Post Office precinct on Sunday causing an estimated $2 million damage
Northern Star boss Stuart Tonkin says mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations would make labour shortages in the resources industry worse as the State Government considers compulsory vaccines for the sector.
Work to seal the Great Central Road has taken another step as a local Shire looks to provide safe passage for the thousands of tourists it hopes to attract to the Ngaanyatjarra Lands.
Kalgoorlie, on the strength of best-on-ground displays from Rhys Palmer and Jack Dasborough, sent Colin Rule into retirement as a three-time premiership coach after holding off Boulder
The Goldfields Football League is poised to change its by-laws after a controversial ruling marred the competition’s colts grand final on Saturday
In the end, it was a one-sided clinic that formalised Mines Rovers’ standing as the Goldfields Football League’s best reserves team in 2021
Boulder, under coach Danny Hayes, grabbed a slice of GFL history after warding off Kalgoorlie by three points to claim an inaugural women’s premiership in a clash that produced just two goals
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