A respiratory expert has urged residents in cyclone-ravaged towns to wear masks when handling asbestos, as it is revealed that ‘background levels’ of airborne asbestos have been detected in Kalbarri.
The nickel miner has started 2021 on a stronger production footing following a first-half dogged by declining grades, higher costs and production downgrades.
A soil testing program by a well-known Busselton management group has helped farmers limit their off-farm impacts.
As footy champion Harry Taylor writes, if he knows one thing about folk from the towns around where he grew up is that they have a truckload of spirit.
“It took me 36 years to realise it was not my fault.”
A correction to the March 22, 2021 article titled ‘Court no-show for Pilbara directors accused of “worst alleged” animal welfare breach in WA memory”.
Hundreds of families spent the day at Bunbury Wildlife Park on Thursday for the annual GrandFamilies Fun Day event.
With power now restored in Geraldton, the City of Greater Geraldton put a call out for residents to lend their generators to their Northampton neighbours still without power.
The easing of coronavirus restrictions means community members can pay their respects in person this year as Anzac Day dawn and morning services take place across the region.
A snorkelling and fishing trip with mates has ended in tragedy off the Onslow coast after one of the men died on Saturday afternoon.
The next generation of a family that took Australian sandalwood oil global have unveiled the country’s first industrial hemp-based alcoholic seltzers.
Volunteers from the Bunbury State Emergency Service travelled to the Mid West to assist with the clean-up after Cyclone Seroja tore through the region last week.
Even though the successes of last Anzac Day were something to admire, there will be more than intermittent wreath laying and driveway tributes this year.
An exciting project to establish the Ferguson Valley as a stand-out arts destination has moved to the next stage after submissions closed for an artist to help create a public art trail.
Why coming together for Anzac Day should not be taken for granted this year.
A disciplined and determined Perry Lakes team proved too strong for Goldfields Giants on Saturday night, winning their NBL1 season-opener 100-89 in front of a vocal crowd
The South West football community embraced the chill to rally behind one of their own at a fundraiser for motor neurone disease on Saturday.
Kalgoorlie made a bold statement against Boulder on Sunday to rack up a second straight win to open the GFL season, but the result was soured by an injury to key defender Simon Cullen
What appears to be a serious knee injury to Courtney Bayliss has soured an otherwise impressive Bunbury win over Donnybrook on Saturday.
A Melbourne woman who breached COVID-19 travel restrictions so she could move in with her Kalgoorlie-Boulder boyfriend has been fined, with the magistrate lecturing her about the “selfish” act
Bunbury’s Don Punch may have a raft of new ministerial portfolios to tend to, but the popular MLA has maintained that the issues of the electorate are still his top priority.
Goldfields businessman accused of laundering money has been granted a bail variation allowing him to travel to the Cocos Keeling Islands for a family holiday
Seven months after they were walked all over by a Bunbury side on their way to a premiership, Donnybrook have completed a stunning upset, coming from behind to beat the Bulldogs by three points
Harvey-Brunswick-Leschenault product Ethan Hughes was the only South West player to feature in an AFL side this week, playing in his trademark role down back in Fremantle’s win over Adelaide.
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