A rogue seafarer found wandering on a Pilbara wharf in the early hours of Wednesday morning has been arrested and flown to Perth hotel quarantine.
Caitlyn RintoulNews Reporter
Possible events include a Karratha to Point Samson ultramarathon, trail runs through Karijini, and even the Mother’s Day Classic in Karratha.
Andrew Forrest’s Fortescue Metals Group is scrambling to fill key management positions after a mass exodus of senior staff in recent weeks.
In last Tuesday’s semifinal clash at Karratha Leisureplex, the table-toppers Thunderbolts edged out the second-placed Kats 58-49, with Kats unable to close the percentage gap on the ladder.
Mining giant Rio Tinto is eyeing the roll-out of 35 new zero-emissions haul trucks at its new Gudai-Darri iron ore mine in the Pilbara as part of an agreement with heavy equipment giant Caterpillar.
The second day of a landmark parliamentary inquiry into sexual harassment within the WA resources sector has heard ‘distressing’ and ‘confronting’ stories from FIFO victims.
High energy guitarist Ben Catley returns to Exmouth tonight to rock the Froth Craft Brewery.
A marine research laboratory dedicated to unlocking solutions to the biggest challenges facing the world’s oceans has today opened in Exmouth.
Mining and Pastoral MLC Neil Thomson says the State Government’s Upper House electoral reform is “a betrayal of trust” for regional residents who voted for the party based on COVID success.
Six people have been slugged with fines ranging from $450 to more than $2,409 for illegal fishing along the Ningaloo Marine Park.
Lexie Barnetson, one of the participants, was impacted by cancer when her mother was diagnosed with ovarian cancer whilst pregnant in November 2010.
The family of a ‘true gentleman’ who was last week killed in a horror crash on the Goldfields Highway say they have been left ‘absolutely shattered’ and heartbroken by his death.
A yogi forced to stop running yoga classes from a bell circus tent in her backyard has pleaded with her local council to be flexible
Police have found human remains believed to be those of allegedly murdered father-of-three Tony Ditri, near Pemberton.
The Shire of Manjimup will review its promise to give up to $500 to fully vaccinated staff after the move sparked ‘community concerns’.
A Bunbury man caught with a large amount of cannabis has avoided jail but has been warned he ‘might as well pack your toothbrush’ if he tries to reoffend.
Sen. Const. Pope said the boy told police he had just got his licence that day and was “stupid” to have done the burnouts.
A 33-year-old Manjimup man has been jailed and barred from contacting his niece after he was sentenced for inappropriately touching her in 2019.
Wilson Tucker, whose unlikely election has been blamed for a proposal to radically overhaul the way politicians are elected to WA’s Upper House, has called for the issue to be put to a referendum.
Shares in FMG have plunged after UBS slapped a sell on the stock on the back of the plunging iron ore prices and less than a day after it was revealed there had been a rash of senior executive exits.
A man has escaped serious injuries after hitting a pole and ploughing into a brick fence in Beeliar last night.
One hundred years ago, the first regularly scheduled air service in Australia took off. It wasn’t Qantas, rather Sir Norman Brearley’s Western Australian Airways, based right here in Geraldton.
A proposal to open a microbrewery on Fitzgerald Street has drawn mixed reactions online, as some express concerns about its proximity to Geraldton Primary School.
They’re the most famous eyebrows in WA — perhaps even the country — but the State’s Spud King is willing to part with them for a good cause.
Police are investigating after a man was injured during a violent carjacking outside a suburban shopping centre.
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