Geraldton detectives are investigating an incident that occurred early this morning which saw a man in his 50’s hospitalised.
A scheme designed to help disadvantaged WA kids get into sport was so severely mismanaged under the Barnett-Government that a dog was funded by taxpayers, according to Labor MP Mick Murray.
Geraldton footy export Harry Taylor is one of our most successful AFL stories. Tomorrow, the Geelong defender’s story could enter elite company if he wins his third premiership medal.
The Mid West and Gascoyne have been warned of an early start to the cyclone season, with wetter and windier conditions predicted, as a result of the La Nina weather event.
Arson has been ruled out of a $1 million fire which destroyed a commercial laundry in Geraldton on Thursday.
Damaged cave art leads to calls for an Aboriginal ranger position to be established to protect cultural sites near Geraldton.
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Arson Squad police from Perth are investigating a fire which destroyed Geraldton’s only commercial laundry in the early hours of Thursday.
Geraldton man, 70, due in court on Thursday to face two counts of possessing child abuse material after police allegedly found sick content on electronic devices.
Unbelievable footage has been shared of a man clinging to an upturned dinghy floating in the middle of the ocean after a distress alert was received from an unregistered beacon.
Businesses closed after a burst gas line stopped new Durlacher Street roundabout works.
Police are calling for the public’s help to identify a man in a distinctive broad brimmed hat who robbed a Geraldton pharmacy armed with a “bladed weapon” on Sunday night.
The second kite surfer in under a week was rescued off Point Moore on Saturday by Marine Rescue Geraldton after a community member noticed the struggling surfer.
It is now cheaper to buy a block of land in Mingenew than a sausage roll at the local bakery after nine lots went on the market for $1 each last week.
Willow’s mother Rebecca Pusey said the family had no real connections to Perth, but thankfully they could fall back on the Ronald McDonald House for accommodation and a support network.
One I found intriguing was that he told students not to take notes during his lectures, but to listen and pay attention. My first thought was “I wouldn’t remember a thing afterwards”.
Yes, it’s clear people are passionate about their rights and their freedoms — but it could be said many have lost sight of the responsibilities that go along with those rights and freedoms.
The coastal town could soon be home to a new attraction able to whet the whistle of more than 200 people.
‘Close result’ after former Shire Presidents contest top Council position.
Whales, roof-top bars and uninterrupted sunshine — it may have taken a closed border to rule out other options, but our friends in the south have finally cottoned on to Geraldton.
Like the giants of the deep that majestically breach the surface of the Indian Ocean, whale-watching tourists have also been making a splash in Geraldton.
Former Geraldton real estate agent Simon Sebastian Reale is facing drug and weapon charges after a raid on a Webberton home.
The Bill Sewell centre will now be known as the Geraldton Heritage Precinct-Ngurra Barlunggu.
A Geraldton wildlife carer is reminding the public to be snake-aware as the weather heats up.
National Party leader Mia Davies says the program will be returned to its former glory if Labor is defeated at the next election, offering up serious cash to 11 regional cities and towns across WA.
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