A fourth-generation jeweller is this week celebrating 110 years since her great-grandfather made the arduous cross-continent journey from Norwich to Geraldton.
This year’s Games will kick off with a welcoming ceremony on October 22 and sport competitions will be held on October 23 and 24.
Stan Maley chats to Kai Lani cafe owner Leanne Wilson about her own slice of paradise on the Geraldton foreshore.
We’re glad some WA bands are getting the spotlight at the Grand Final, but we can’t help but feel a little disappointed for our local stars.
Tommy Quick suffered a stroke aged 12, now he’s cycling 9000km to raise money for the Stroke Foundation, and to prove that stroke survivors can live life to the fullest
The Geraldton Midwest Irish Club overflowed with laughter, good times and Guinness at the weekend at the opening of its new beer garden.
Lupins are not generally regarded as food for humans, but new research from Edith Cowan University could be the next step in bringing the legume to your lunch room.
Contentious Upper House reforms have drawn fierce criticism from local government leaders in the bush.
Michael Roberts & Edward Scown
Foodbank has finished delivering emergency food relief hampers to 30 families in Mullewa, with the last of 390 essential packages making the trip from Geraldton last week.
Five people had so far lost a total $3395 trying to buy AFL grand final tickets, and 26 online ads breaching new anti-scalping laws had been removed from offending websites.
WA Police say they have charged a 25-year-old woman from Yalgoo with dangerous driving causing grievous bodily harm after a serious crash in South Murchison last month.
One of the kids in Exmouth who got up close to football’s Holy Grail is the great-grandson of a legend of the game.
The Kalbarri Volunteer Fire and Rescue Brigade, which put in almost 1300 hours of work over three weeks in the wake of cyclone Seroja, has been recognised for their tireless efforts.
Jurien Bay locals took to their streets on Saturday to protest the State Government’s “unfinished business” which has caused an environmental disaster at their local boat harbour.
Elise Van Aken
Geraldton has always been a sports-mad town, as demonstrated by this historical image of a local high school footy team from 1949.
A beloved family pet has been remembered by his owners as a “little hero” after a man was today fined $5000 for shooting and killing the dog on his Jurien Bay property last year.
The Hutt River Province north of Geraldton is unlikely to reopen to tourists after selling to a local farming family, with the ATO waiting in the wings to collect years of unpaid taxes.
Jenne Brammer and Neale Prior
There were dramatic finishes in the North Midlands on the weekend as Three Springs won the senior women’s hockey title in extra time and Morawa won the netball.
The Ladies’ Denison Star Classic was centre stage on the Mid West bowling scene last weekend, with a capacity 24 sides competing in a successful event.
As foreshadowed ahead of this week’s State Budget, Housing Minister John Carey revealed a record $2.1bn social housing investment which would deliver some 275 new homes by mid-2023.
A $299 cap on one-way flights will apply to those living in the North West, which is classified as zone two of the scheme
A Geraldton man and local musician has pleaded guilty to kicking his former partner and breaking her rib after an argument erupted at her home in Spalding.
A Geraldton teenager who bit a police officer during a strip search has been handed a four-month juvenile good behaviour bond and a substantial fine over the incident.
A teenager has been ordered to undergo an intensive youth supervision order after pleading guilty to taking part in a burglary at the Geraldton Croquet Club earlier this year
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