The toilets are once again working at this favourite camping ground.
Two weeks after skeletal remains were discovered in bushland in WA’s Mid West, police have formally identified the individual as a cray fisherman who had been missing for 17 years.
Families unable to live in their own houses as winter weather sets in.
Western Power says industrial action from its workers could delay restoring power to cyclone-affected communities in the Mid West.
Briana Fiore and Elise Van Aken
SKA, road upgrades, green hydrogen and more money for rural doctors in the mix.
Mungarra gas fired power plant ‘kept power flowing’ after cyclone.
Elise Van Aken & Geoff Vivian
It is the first time in Australia a renewable hydrogen-powered remote microgrid will be used in the community.
Elise Van Aken
A Murchison-born artist has been honoured as one of the State’s best, being nominated for a prestigious award recognising great contributions to WA.
Astronomers using the Murchison Wide Field Array telescope have discovered a dense and rapidly spinning neutron star sending radio waves into the cosmos.
Lee Wright, his son Marc and a friend ended up abandoning their wrecked boat and spending the night on an island 28 nautical miles off Carnarvon.
Bringing years’ of leadership experience to the role, new shire chief executive Andrea Selvey says Carnarvon is bursting with opportunity.
Tractors are red, the sky is blue, subsoil moisture levels are sweet and there’s a good crew of Year 12s seeding crops at WA College of Agriculture — Morawa this year.
Eleven people across the Mid West have been charged with drug offences, including two with weapons offences also, after a series of police raids last week.
WA Community Services Minister Simone McGurk visited the recovery centre at Northampton RSL Memorial Hall on Wednesday.
Carnamah council unanimously voted to fund paints and to allow Carnamah District High School and Eneabba Primary School students to create a mural which will be digitally displayed in Yagan Square.
Aboriginal art centres double as “gateways” across WA catering to a tourism market that is keen for an Aboriginal cultural experience, according to manager of Yamaji Art Roni Kerley.
Team offers help with insurance claims, disputes, mortgage stress, debt, and other problems.
Emergency Services and Small Business Minister Reece Whitby has copped flak from cyclone-affected communities who feel they’ve been “forgotten”.
Blood found at the scene of a burglary during the peak of cyclone Seroja last month has led to a Geraldton man being charged with the break-in and looting of more than $30,000 in electronic goods.
Tourism could be the silver bullet in helping Kalbarri recover as it reopens to the public post-cyclone Seroja, according to industry leaders.
Qantas has announced six new routes in WA over the past 12 months, but it could be some time before more direct flights to Geraldton become a reality.
Held in Geraldton, the WA Regional Tourism Conference saw about 300 delegates discuss the challenges facing the tourism industry.
As visitors start to trickle back into cyclone-devastated Kalbarri, residents and businesses are divided over whether it is too soon for the town to reopen.
Phoebe Pin & Ben O'Shea
The Great Northern Football League celebrated its past with a glimpse of the future, as the Northampton and Towns women’s sides played under lights to mark the league’s 60th anniversary.
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