It’s been revealed Kemerton lithium plant workers who tested positive for COVID earlier this week are now quarantining at a Peel resort.
Penguin Island may not be home to our beloved little penguins in the near future as global warming issues have caused the species to decline by 80 per cent since 2011.
A liquor licence application for the much-anticipated Costco Casuarina is open for public submission until the end of this month.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander job seekers across Kwinana, Peel and the upper South-West regions are set to have more employment pathways come their way this year.
Residents are calling for a new proposed Hindu temple in Baldivis to be ditched, claiming the “sheer volume of people and the noise” will disrupt their rural lifestyle.
Assistance Animals will be given some extra love at annual Australia Day celebrations thanks to two pop-up special relief areas.
The number of exposure sites in the City of Rockingham has reached seven after four exposure sites in Waikiki were added to the list.
Employment pathways for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander job seekers could soon be boosted as the Peel and upper South-West regions make way for an improved employability focused program.
Gang crime squad detectives have charged a man after two incidents in which local men were shot and seriously injured.
Beach-goers have been warned to be more careful about how they dispose of rubbish after a juvenile pelican regurgitated a giant heap of plastic six days after being rescued from Point Peron.
Kimberley Traditional Owners and organisations are banding together in their fight to protect WA’s largest living river system from becoming another “cultural heritage disaster”.
Police have been called to a Port Kennedy address after a man was found to have been shot with a gun.
You might not be able to walk on water, but now you can ride on water thanks to a local Rockingham man.
Local beachgoers received a shock last week after two big Tiger Sharks washed up on Kwinana and Waikiki beaches.
An Osborne Park-based building company and its former supervisor have been fined $40,000 for non-compliant works on eight building projects.
Girls aged between eight and 11 are invited to register for a science, technology, engineering and maths program aimed at inspiring the next generation of Australia’s female scientists.
Rockingham students are being encouraged to apply for round one of the City of Rockingham’s 2022 Tertiary Scholarship Scheme.
A Safety Bay man celebrated his 650th plasma donation last week, the second most donations in the State’s history.
Works on a new granite seawall at Mersey Point have been completed as part of a $2 million City of Rockingham project.
Gang crime detectives are on the hunt for a silver or grey Holden Commodore which they believe was in the area where a man was shot twice in Port Kennedy on Monday.
The shire of Waroona has shot up the vaccine rankings, while the Shire of Harvey continued to impress.
The Harvey-Benger and Waroona cricket clubs will come together on Saturday to celebrate a servant of both clubs who died in 2015 from melanoma.
The parks of the Shire of Waroona have become a health hot spot this month, with several locations in the area being used to encourage mindfulness and community connection.
Live@theWeir will return for a second year in 2022 with live music, art and entertainment set to be featured at the idyllic waterside setting of Waroona’s Drakesbrook Weir.
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