During my 20-plus years as a Christian I have heard the phrase “that’s not very Christian of you” many times — for a multitude of reasons.
A national non-profit group, which raises awareness about mental health and suicide prevention, launched a campaign last month to reduce the instances of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander suicide.
The Gascoyne Food Festival kicks off this week, with a long table dinner on Friday to be one of the highlights of the six-week program.
Work will start this month on the design and construction of 16 new floating boat pens at the Carnarvon Boat Harbour as part of a State Government pledge to improve Fascine waterway access.
National Missing Persons Week shines a light the people who are still waiting to be returned to their loved ones.
A Mount Magnet woman who was banned from being within 20km of the Murchison town after serious accusations of violence in May has successfully applied for her bail to be changed.
About 7420sqm of government-owned land listed for sale in Carnarvon could be rezoned and converted into dozens of one-bedroom units, a new study has found.
Phoebe Pin & Elise Van Aken
At first glance, it’s easy for the viewer to question if this image real. But not only is it real, it has won Coral Bay photographer Ashlee Karas a top prize.
Patients needing emergency medical care in Mingenew will soon have access to Royal Flying Doctor Service care, with Federal funding to ensure the regional airstrip is up to standard.
There are now three vessels in Geraldton Port waters which originated from Indonesia, with another two ships expected to arrive later this week.
Police are calling for information regarding a fatal crash on Brand Highway in Cape Burney yesterday after a man, believed to be in his 20s, died after colliding head-on with a truck.
Plenty of rain and a good livestock prices have sent spirits soaring ahead of McIntosh and Son Mingenew Midwest Expo’s annual and flock ewe and heifer competitions.
There is a new crop of board members behind this year’s McIntosh and Son Mingenew Midwest Expo — each with a different purpose and connection to the event.
A Geraldton family is mourning the loss of nine farm animals to dog attacks over the past month at their property in Narngulu.
Friends of Geraldton Gardens is creating name tags for the native flora that is growing with colour and strength in Maitland Park.
Since July 1, there have been more than 25 posts on the lost and found pets Facebook page in Geraldton, with many telling how their animals fled during storms.
The Australian Christian Lobby does not represent a church or Christianity. But, most arguments against them booking a taxpayer-funded venue has been against Christians and Christianity.
City of Greater Geraldton Mayor Shane Van Styn said recent talks with the State Government were the “first time” commitments had been made towards implementing the Spalding Precinct Plan since 2017.
Elise Van Aken
Cable Beach’s big tides have claimed five victims in three days — this time two vehicles coming from the Mid West.
Tom Zaunmayr & Elise Van Aken
North West Central MLA Vince Catania has labelled Australia Post’s decision to cease the local post service as “abdicating its responsibility”
Five new telecommunication towers will be built across the Mid West and Gascoyne as part of a joint State and Federal government program to fill mobile black spots across the country.
Mid West locals from two cyclone-affected towns last week received a house call from Mark McGowan, who enjoyed everything from chatting with residents to chomping down on the finest baked goodies.
Several new heavy machinery servicing projects officially launched in the Mid West this week have put Geraldton on the road to becoming a major player in the State’s mining industry.
“I also think it will create some employment opportunities once you get it going,” Mr Gaffney said.
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