Despite the challenges of COVID-19, Indigenous businesses across the Pilbara continue to strive to champion the rights and wellbeing of First Nations people.
Caitlyn Watts & Danielle Raffaele
An Adult Community Corrections who is one of four workers alleged to have fraudulently made claims for housing subsidies has become the second person to plead not guilty.
Karratha’s containers for change refund point has joined in on the success of the Statewide program which recently hit a significant milestone.
A Wickham man accused of setting fire to a mattress under the patio of his daughter’s house, causing more than $200,000 of damage, has been granted bail.
The number of motorists caught drunk behind the wheel of a car has nearly tripled in Karratha in the past three months.
Organisers of next year’s Karijini Experience have made the decision to feature West Australian talent only because they do not know if State borders will be open.
The historic town of Cossack could finally be activated with the State Government calling for proposals to develop the site in an opportunity described by the Lands Minister as “once-in-a-generation”.
The Town of Port Hedland election is officially over, with local businessman Peter Carter elected mayor and eight councillors taking their seats.
A Pilbara youngster is kicking goals after being picked as the winner of an Indigenous corporation’s annual football design competition.
A renewables project in Western Australia’s Pilbara region that’s tipped to create thousands of jobs has taken a major step forward, gaining state environmental approval for it’s first stage of works.
Indigenous businesses gathered together in Roebourne last week to showcase themselves, explore new opportunities and network with like-minded organisations.
Old oil and gas infrastructure in the waters off the Pilbara coast are home to a multitude of different marine species, new research has found.
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Dave Macaulay looks from his balcony to his hometown cliffs that hold such great sadness and will always wonder what would have happened if, on a fateful day in 1996, he had made a different choice.
Bunbury stalwart Jesse Gribble was a no-brainer for the Bush and ‘Burbs top-30 of 2020 after completing his trophy cabinet with a premiership medallion and Pike Medal. See who else made the cut
A family is desperate for answers as doctors switch off the life support of an 11-year-old girl who took her own life just weeks after her alleged predator was granted bail — free to roam the streets.
Perth-based extreme 2WD class driver Chris Giles was among the race’s first-time competitors having previously made the pilgrimage out as a course car driver.
Locked in her car at a socially safe distance, Morrison photographed more than 500 families in their front yard — from dads dancing in the driveway to mums drinking their way through the madness
The 17-year-old, who cannot be named because he is a minor, was charged with indecently assaulting five women on six separate occasions in Kalgoorlie-Boulder’s Coles and Woolworths on August 11.
The new service would be aimed at supporting women’s health and wellbeing will be starting on Wednesday
Tagging numbers have so far lagged behind last year’s effort but WA Fisheries Minister Peter Tinley said next month — the best time to undertake tagging — the program would ramp up again.
A magistrate has slammed a man for his “deplorable traffic history” after he told the police he was his brother when caught driving on a lifetime suspension — his 12th no-authority-to-drive offence.
Serious mental health issues in young people manifest in different ways, but in schools they often result in violence towards staff and other students. Here’s how to address the problem.
A global pandemic has ensured this weekend we’ll see a Telethon like no other but there is good reason to believe not even COVID-19 can dim WA’s generous spirit.
WA Police Minister Michelle Roberts says a proposal to change the law so those accused of child sex abuse crimes are not able to be bailed by police is ‘worth consideration’.
Supermarket giant Woolworths is throwing its support behind Telethon 2020, offering $2 Halloween wall tokens to customers with all money raised going towards supporting children in need.
What started as an ambitious idea to turn TV into a force for good, Telethon has captured WA’s heart. We take a look at the five-decade history of the State’s most beloved charity event.
One of Telethon’s longest-serving volunteers, Sandra Serafini, has manned the phones for almost two decades but says she still gets as much joy out of helping out as she did on day one.
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