Just two months after his family home was destroyed in Cyclone Seroja, you couldn’t wipe the smile from one young footy fan’s face as he met his hero.
Geraldton Buccaneers fans have a double chance to watch their team this weekend, as the Buccs work to capitalise on an opportunity to put some points on the board.
It’s not ideal to be out of GNFL finals contention already, but Towns coach Dale Baynes sees a light, not a tunnel.
The Geraldton man accused of violently robbing a taxi driver last year will go to trial in August after denying the incident.
The Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development has worked closely with Recfishwest to introduce changes from July 1 to help preserve the State’s valuable groundfish stocks.
Elise Van Aken
Local conditions turned it on for the second round of the Geraldton Board Riders season last month.
Outrage over higher-than-normal power bills for some cyclone-affected residents and businesses in Kalbarri and Northampton has prompted energy retailer Synergy to offer those customers a $363 credit.
Phoebe Pin & Kate Campbell
Just one practitioner and one nurse in the Mid West region have registered for mandatory training to deliver voluntary assisted dying services when legislation comes into effect in two weeks.
It may be tempting to stay out of the cold and snuggle instead, but your new winter coat is dying to be shown off and then tossed on the table as you boogie to local and touring bands.
A State Government fish nursery project that would create more than 1000 jobs in the region has been delayed and put under review because of a lack of operators committed to buying the fish.
A former taxi driver faced fury from his alleged victim’s family outside court yesterday after pleading not guilty to slicing a passenger’s throat and leaving him on a Beresford Street.
Liam Beatty & Elise Van Aken
The State Government has refused to say if it will commit to funding workers’ accommodation in Kalbarri to aid cyclone Seroja recovery efforts.
Cheese, wine and art — furnish me with Kmart throw pillows and colour me “basic”, but I can’t think of a better way to spend a Friday night.
Tell me, dear reader, did the current Walkaway bridge replace an existing one?
Geraldton act Good Strife will take over the Freemasons Hotel with upbeat home-grown pop, laced with power vocals and primed for dancing.
I don’t have a problem with police using the QR code system as an investigative tool. If you’ve got nothing to hide, you shouldn’t either. It’s the issue of being kept in the dark that’s the problem.
An elderly Geraldton man accused of slashing a woman in the face with a kitchen knife last weekend has been given bail, five days after he was arrested for the incident.
Working with service providers, MEEDAC took care of the red tape — like the ABN, insurance and taxes — and connected the pair, who blossomed from strangers to friends and enriched each other’s lives.
A preventable eye infection that can cause blindness still burdens some Indigenous communities in Western Australia.
The incident occurred when staff members challenged a 32-year-old man who was attempting to leave the Northgate Shopping Centre store around 4.15pm without paying for his items.
Store manager Cherie Williams had a wobble in her voice and tears in her eyes as she thanked the team who turned the space from a Target to a Kmart in just over two weeks — a sign of a goal hard-won.
The amazing prison images were released by the Supreme Court after the most high profile of the escapees, who was the last to be caught after 40 hours on the run, was sentenced over the 2018 breakout.
The last man arrested after the biggest jailbreak in WA history — spending 40 hours as the State’s most wanted man — has offered police a provocative remark as he walked out of court.
The City of Greater Geraldton has revealed plans install a permanent support tomorrow for the well-known CBD leaning tree, which was severely damaged during cyclone Seroja.
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