A new date for the reopening of State borders must be announced to allow the Mid West tourism and small business industries to plan for an influx of consumers, Member for North West Central Vince Catania says.
A Geraldton man accused of staging a siege in the presence of his son last year will remain under house arrest after a magistrate refused to alter his bail
Geraldton’s property purple patch shows no signs of waning, with home values up 3.2 per cent over the December quarter to cap off a stellar year of gains.
While many were enjoying their snaggers and lamingtons by the beach, Australia Day was a much more sombre occasion for Geraldton’s Aboriginal community.
Gale force winds luckily didn’t force the cancellation of this year’s Australia Day fireworks as thousands turned up to Stow Gardens to watch the sparkling celebrations.
A mix of Mid West iron ore and renewable hydrogen export industries could be the recipe for finally getting the Oakajee vision realised.
With an enviable coastal lifestyle, it should come at no surprise the Mid West is expected to lead demand for new recreational boating facilities outside the metropolitan area over the next 15 years
Anthony Gaudio might have been the fastest sprintcar driver around the track at King of the Hill two years ago, but competition is so tough this year he’s hoping just to make the main race.
Chapman Valley citizen of the year praises “active and generous” community
As most school students return to class next week, uncertainty remains about what a Mid West COVID-19 outbreak could mean for our schools.
Just 25 per cent of Mid West residents have received their third COVID jab, but many will have to wait weeks for an appointment at fully booked vaccine clinics.
Signs have been placed at the entrances to Coronation and Buller beaches as part of an initiative to improve response times to medical emergencies.
A Geraldton teen allegedly caught with a haul of party drugs has fronted court on more than a dozen drug and weapons charges.
Grace Tame didn’t throw an egg at Scott Morrison. She didn’t spit in his face. She didn’t berate him. But in the minds of some she did something that was worse — she didn’t smile and she dared to glare.
Regional Sounds threw open the doors to the old railway station on Marine Terrace to show off a new hub for Mid West music.
One of the main ring leaders who took part in a large-scale brawl on the streets of Rangeway over the Christmas long weekend has been handed a suspended prison term for his crimes.
Born out of a bootlegger’s frustration with the law, the Hampton Arms Inn remains as a rare glimpse into pioneer social life.
La Fiamma Sporting Club will host a special veterans’ game in April as the curtain-raiser for a men’s mental health fundraiser.
Strategically placed water bombers performed more than 100 drops to protect WA’s record-breaking grain harvest.
Dressed in the official national uniform of boardies, thongs and a singlet, Geraldton locals flocked to the foreshore to celebrate being Australian on Wednesday.
Happy new year to all Geraldton & Districts Senior Citizens Action Group members. Activities for 2022 have started at the QE2 Centre.
A group of ‘out-of-towners’ who were allegedly running amok in Kalbarri have been charged with a series of crimes after local police followed up reports of a car driving erratically around town.
A 39-year-old Geraldton man who stole $20,000 worth of property from a Mandurah home last year has escaped immediate imprisonment after he was sentenced to a suspended jail term.
Carnarvon’s much missed Camel Lane Theatre is hoping to switch the projectors back on with help from the Shire.
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