Some of us right now are in the grips of fear. In fear of a virus? Fear of a mandate? Fear of our welfare and livelihoods? What I believe it boils down to is simply fear of the unknown.
Geraldton have made the perfect start in their quest to come away with an elusive country week championship.
A routine traffic stop over the weekend resulted in a sizeable drug haul for Geraldton Police.
A bushfire sparked 12 days ago south of the Gascoyne River is finally being brought under control by firefighters.
Regional Sounds has been putting in the work for the development of Mid West musicians over the past year, and now they’ll be doing it from an historic building.
Racing and Wagering WA’s new vaccine mandate has put the spotlight on trainers and other licensed racing participants who haven’t been double jabbed.
Jay Rooney and Michael Roberts
Mixed martial arts is one of the fastest growing sports in Australia, but it has taken a while for the combat art to catch on in Geraldton.
Northampton footballing legend Harry Taylor has started his high-performance role with Geelong, hitting the training track last week on his return to the Cattery.
While supermarket shelves in major centres are being stripped bare, most small town shops in the Mid West say their supplies are holding up — for now.
A significant maritime anniversary — from a European point of view — occurs this week, 200 years since Phillip Parker King sailed along the Batavia Coast, charting the waters and naming prominent landmarks.
Dr Howard Gray
From learning how to sew to exploring sustainable living, Exmouth locals will be encouraged to repurpose and recycle at several makers’ sessions over January and February.
A Shark Bay resident and Malgana woman has been named by the Greens as their candidate to take on incumbent Durack MHR Melissa Price at the next Federal Election
Works on a long overdue $1.2 million project to transform the Geraldton Regional Art Gallery Park into a popular outdoor space for locals to enjoy start this week.
Members of the Shark Bay Community Men’s Shed have been handed the keys to its new headquarters on Hughes Street in a much-needed upgrade from their old premises.
Carnarvon residents are scared to walk the street at night as youth crime continues to spiral out of control, according to its local member of State Parliament.
The population of a rare marsupial has spiked on Dirk Hartog Island National Park in the Gascoyne with the release of 36 dibblers.
Should millionaires or billionaires be treated any differently than us? Should “they” and ‘”we” be in the same boat?
It was a mixed start for Geraldton’s youngsters as they kicked off junior country week with four games between the three teams on Monday.
Fielding is where Geraldton cricket captain Jai Russell feels his team may have an edge, as country week opens in Perth on Sunday.
The City of Greater Geraldton’s Sundays by the Sea calendar kicked off to great fanfare on the weekend as locals gathered to relax on the Stow Gardens lawn and enjoy an easy going acoustic duo.
A Carnarvon artist has finished a set of three wall murals which pay tribute to the region’s diverse wildlife and rich farming roots
17,000km in eight weeks. That’s the life of Geraldton-based Tennis coach Jarron Kretschmann as he and his team introduce tennis to some of WA’s most remote communities.
Bonny and Taylah Dean, Alyssa Bergsma, and Shiloh O’Reilly will head to Kalgoorlie for three days of intense competition, starting Friday.
A Gascoyne animal rescue group is asking drivers travelling from Carnarvon to Perth during the holiday period to consider taking a dog or cat so they can be rehomed in the metro area
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