Just one practitioner and one nurse in the Mid West region have registered for mandatory training to deliver voluntary assisted dying services when legislation comes into effect in two weeks.
The State Government has refused to say if it will commit to funding workers’ accommodation in Kalbarri to aid cyclone Seroja recovery efforts.
Working with service providers, MEEDAC took care of the red tape — like the ABN, insurance and taxes — and connected the pair, who blossomed from strangers to friends and enriched each other’s lives.
Community dreams for the revitalisation of Carnarvon’s iconic One Mile Jetty have been dashed after a structural assessment recommended more than 1000m be demolished.
The amazing prison images were released by the Supreme Court after the most high profile of the escapees, who was the last to be caught after 40 hours on the run, was sentenced over the 2018 breakout.
A tiny kitten who went on a journey of more than 350km to Geraldton is ready to find his forever home.
It’s a cliche to say that “kids today” are poorly behaved compared to generations past. But is there anything to it?
WA Police Mid West-Gascoyne District Supt Roger Beer indicated while the search for the “missing person” had been scaled back, police had not entirely lost hope of recovering his body.
Elise Van Aken
Experts are already seeing signs of a bumper wildflower season across the Mid West, Gascoyne and Wheatbelt regions.
Former MLC Laurie Graham has always been passionate about representing the interests of regional West Australians, but found parliamentary process often got in the way of progress.
Before help could arrive to rescue him, Mr Laverack was swept underwater last Wednesday while enjoying his daily wind surf, with his remains found the next day by an emergency service search party.
Exmouth tourism operators say it’s business as usual for them, despite heavy rain causing flooding in much of the town last week.
Liam Beatty & Cheyanne Enciso
Police are expecting to charge a 40-year-old Mount Magnet man with driving offences after he rolled his car on Great Northern Highway last week.
AFL premiership players Mitch Morton and Harry Taylor were among those who took the icy plunge and helped the Great Northern Football League raise thousands of dollars to fight motor neurone disease.
Western Power has revealed how it used innovative light and ranging detection technology to boost the cyclone Seroja recovery effort.
Thomas Grahame Greenaway was charged amid allegations he stole millions from the Yugunga-Nya People’s Trust. Police have previously alleged he stole about $2.9m to purchase a Geraldton hotel.
The Geraldton Buccaneers welcome two sides to town for a “winnable” double-header next weekend, and are expecting a new recruit to be joining them soon after going down at home to a regional rival.
The Geraldton Suicide Prevention Action Group is taking part in The Push-Up Challenge, which asks participants to complete 3318 push-ups between June 1 and 25.
During a visit to Kalbarri, WA Opposition Leader Mia Davies said it was clear fears were beginning to creep in the rebuilding effort after ex-Tropical Cyclone Seroja would stall.
The windsurfer who died in monstrous surf conditions at Kalbarri last week is being remembered as a “friendly” and “unique” local character, after his remains were recovered.
Elise Van Aken & Liam Beatty
Hosted by local social enterprise Pollinators, the Next Generation Entrepreneur Competition tasks Year 6-10 students with coming up with innovative solutions to everyday problems.
The Geraldton Bowling Club’s 75th annual June carnival opening three-day tournament ran last week, with the fixture well received by all participants as the club’s premier event of the season.
Geraldton basketball fans have a big few games coming up, with a rare double header next weekend.
The brave 10-year-old boy who was bitten by a shark while snorkelling at Coral Bay has spoken of the terrifying encounter for the first time.
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