Police spent an hour trying to revive a Carnarvon teacher who died while snorkelling off the Exmouth coast during a camping trip with friends.
New restrictions barring West Australian travellers from entering the Kimberley — and potentially other regional areas — are under consideration and could be in place within days.
The Commission made no major changes from a widely-panned draft in September which suggested scrapping the zone tax offset and clamping down on fringe benefits tax in regional Australia
Residents in Western Australia’s Pilbara region are cleaning up the damage from ex-tropical cyclone Damien, which could bring flash flooding to inland parts of the state.
A meth-addicted father of two who met up with a 14-year-old girl after offering her cannabis to have sex with him has been jailed for 12 months.
The couple first fell in love during the space race and a text message on the 50th anniversary of the moon landing rekindled their romance.
Mr Catania won the seat as a Labor member in 2008, before defecting in 2009 to the WA Nationals and increasing his margin
Littlewell called a “model” for future Aboriginal heritage parks
Electoral boundaries set to move again
A mural at Froth Craft Brewery is an Australian Street Art Awards finalist.
Mim Strom has been drafted to the AFLW Fremantle Dockers team.
Froth Craft Brewery and Nanette Williams were winners at the WARACA awards.
Jakeb Waddell and Alicia Perera
A bumper tourist season has put pressure on coastal areas near Exmouth.
The WA Nationals’ primary policy meeting is taking place in Exmouth this weekend.
A record 27 billfish were caught at the Australian Junior Billfish Tournament.
Tackle World Exmouth
Demolition order for 14 weekender homes
The Shire of Exmouth Council will decide today whether or not to approve the lease conditions for the Minderoo Foundation’s Flourishing Oceans Research Centre.
The public has spoken and resoundingly decided Exmouth is the top destination in WA to visit.
Can you love the father you never knew?
Julie Bishop and Dale Alcock took to Channel 7’s Flashpoint to spruik a new city of the north plan
Tom Zaunmayr and Alicia Perera
The State Government has lifted the moratorium on gas fracking on some existing petroleum titles.
More than 300 people attended the opening of ArtQuest last month.
Carnarvon coppers’ campaign to welcome locals
Neil Lantzke will travel to Mexico to explore infrastructure that could allow crops to grow year-round.
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