The total solar eclipse will be visible from the North West Cape on April 20, 2023 and will be the first time in more than 1000 years a total eclipse has been visible from Australia.
One of WA’s leading towns working to reduce plastic in the environment will tackle its roadside litter problem by providing paper bags to residents and tourists.
A 5.8ha lot just 500m from the centre of town has been backed by the Shire of Exmouth to be a key part of the solution to Exmouth’s accommodation crisis.
Some may not see the difference, but I feel it’s just as important to understand what bullying isn’t, as what it is.
The Shire of Perenjori’s plan for a new supermarket has plenty of hurdles to overcome before it becomes a reality.
Geraldton-born surfers, Kerby and Cortney brown seek out the most dangerous waves in WA, and ride them in one of the best independent films in the country.
In 2015, Stan Maley had an idea: convert Maitland Park into 23,000sqm of native botanical garden. Six years later, the only thing holding it back is the season.
Creatives from Geraldton and beyond were recognised at the 2021 Mid West Art Prize exhibition opening at the weekend in front of a 500-strong crowd.
The Mid West has taken a big step towards hosting an international-level rugby union match between Queensland and WA next year, with the City of Greater Gerald-ton committing funds to the project.
A long-running dispute between beach shack owners and the Shire of Carnarvon has reached boiling point, with authorities saying the Blowholes Campground structures are at risk of collapse.
The price of canola is being tipped to stay stronger for longer, with WA farmers set to cash in on bumper export values brought on by a disastrous Canadian crop.
Michael Roberts & Shannon Verhagen
The captain of the Geraldton Women’s country week cricket team says now is the time for women’s cricket, after the team were selected as the best in the region.
Geraldton Tennis Club says its Patrons Day attracted a good crowd in the sunshine on Saturday as the club looked to attract more players to the game.
Wanderers beat likely grand final opponent Sportsmans by 64 runs on Sunday after captain Linda Rose won the toss and batted, with Towns beating Sporties twice in the men’s.
A new Geraldton support group has formed offering help to people suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.
While holes created to fit air-conditioning units have been a standard inclusion in WA public housing properties since 1990, air-conditioning units themselves are not
For decades Exmouth has been a global hit for its whale shark swims and ocean paradise, but back on dry land there was not much to keep you occupied. As Grace Hendry found, that is no longer the case
The Driving Access and Equity pilot program was formed in response to a lack of access to driving services, instructors and eligible vehicles
Everyone had an enjoyable time which ended with cutting an iced fruit cake supplied by Betty Hosken, who is the darts representative on the committee.
Mid West residents turned out to services across the region to pay their respects to the 645 men lost aboard HMAS Sydney.
Generations of Mullewa’s Christian community travelled from across the region to celebrate the proud history of their church last weekend, gathering to mark 100 years since its first service.
Two Mid West bakeries are battling it out for the highest honour which can be bestowed on a pastry peddler in the Great Aussie Pie and Sausage Roll Competition.
In the wake of cyclone Seroja, St Mary’s Primary School in Northampton held a science competition — A typical event for a school, but the winners of this one went national.
Since the previous supermarket closed, locals have been forced to travel to other towns to buy groceries, or rely on a weekly courier service for deliveries from Geraldton.
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