After a snap lockdown in Perth, the all-female acrobatic troupe YUCK Circus are set to perform their first tour in more than a year and the pristine waters of Broome are on the list.
The WKFL continued over the weekend, with season frontrunners starting to take shape and the competition heating up in the second round.
The KAMS WKFWL competition entered round two over the weekend, with the series of close games hinting at a fierce season ahead.
A young girl was hospitalised with a back injury after falling off a camel which was spooked by an unleashed dog during a popular Broome sunset tour.
Years of campaigning for a banned drinkers register has finally paid off for the Kimberley after a soft launch of the program at the weekend kicked off a “game-changing” two-year trial.
A Kimberley local who was recently recognised as the 2021 Rural Health Midwife and Nurse of the Year has told her story of perseverance in hopes of inspiring others to join the profession.
A Kimberley repeat child rapist jailed in 2018 for fracturing his partner’s skull in a drunken rage will remain behind bars despite serving his four-year term.
Six-month-old labrador Wellington helps Broome Senior High School employees and students to feel good, engage with each other and share positivity.
High cattle prices means it is not viable for the Kimberley Meat Co to open this year, prompting management to restructure it into a co-operative.
A former Broome teacher has been barred from teaching for six months after admitting he showed high school students videos featuring drug use, nudity and violence.
A married Derby prison officer who exchanged more than 40 love letters with a convicted sex offender has told the court she was suffering from post-natal depression and loneliness during the offences.
The highly acclaimed band have played shows in Broome before, which Caravana Sun guitarist and vocalist Luke Carra says makes an attractive location with a good atmosphere during live performances.
This year 36 boats will head towards the main base of Cockatoo Island for four days of enjoying everything one of the most beautiful parts of the world can offer.
Darren ‘Dags' Cross
Claiming the Life Without Barriers small organisation award, Broome’s ALIVE & Kicking Goals! Youth Suicide Prevention Program was founded in 2008 by the Broome Saints Football Club
Latham stood before Broome Magistrate’s Court pleading guilty to six charges relating to dangerous driving, criminal damage and possesion of cannabis
Several of the ideas have precedent, mostly in the Pilbara which famously faced a housing crisis which left people having to sign up to a lottery to get a block in town during the last boom
A survey conducted by Kimberley business chambers found businesses were unable to fulfil their workforce needs to meet current demand despite government strategies and initiatives during COVID
The softly spoken first-term Liberal MP, pictured, is the only viable Opposition voice to the McGowan juggernaut north of Onslow and is one of only two new Liberal members in Parliament
One of WA’s most celebrated Indigenous pastoralists has admitted to a string of horrific child sex offences believed to have taken place at the Kimberley station his family has run for two decades.
A year on and interstate travel can still be complicated but other than that life is pretty much “business as usual” for most of us, writes CME WA boss Paul Everingham
If the carparks at the boat ramps are anything to go by, the fishing bug has well and truly been caught by the fishos
Neve Grant, Jonni Ockerby, Kayleigh McGaffin, Minaki Connelly, Max Mitchell and Spencer Groenenberg all qualified for multiple events across the weekend,
The Department of Communities has not denied it is considering purchasing existing homes in town to house government workers as the public service deals with Broome’s rental crisis.
Sam Jones & Tom Zaunmayr
Skeen and Bradshaw endured a gruelling weekend, which ended in success after Skeen won the under-18s 100m final.
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