Mr McGinn yesterday told the Kalgoorlie Miner he would remain living and working in Kalgoorlie-Boulder.
“Losing Anzac Day last year was pretty hard on all the veterans in Esperance, so we wanted to do something special.”
“It was really cool to be able to represent regional Western Australia at a Statewide level”
There are fears a second crew member on a ship anchored off the Karratha coast has contracted COVID-19, as WA records a surge in hotel quarantine cases.
An elderly man from the State’s South West region has tragically died after falling eight metres in Karijini National Park on Saturday.
Country Downs Station’s owners have described the heartbreaking scene they arrived to on Sunday morning where their prized stud bull had been shot blind and another butchered and left to rot
Hancock Prospecting claims it could take years to prepare the Wright Prospecting and DFD Rhodes actions for trial if the court simultaneously deals with John Hancock and Bianca Rinehart’s claims.
Millions of dollars in donations for Cyclone Seroja victims have already poured into WA’s official State emergency appeal— the Lord Mayor’s Distress Relief Fund.
A community hall outside of Manjimup has been given a second lease on life following a mass retirement by committee members this year.
A Bridgetown woman has pleaded guilty to three charges of aggravated common assault against a 15-year-old boy, his mother and her partner, in their own home.
More than 20,000 Australians have signed a condolence book for Buckingham Palace within days of its launch following Prince Philip’s death.
Manjimup Rovers have started their 2021 season with a bang at the weekend.
The Lower South West’s Johnson Daubney has been selected in the Australian under-23 rowing team.
Boyup Brook Community Mental Health Action Team founder and chair Renee Knapp is a finalist in this year’s WA Volunteer of the Year Awards.
A proposal to build an off-road bike network that would establish Manjimup as the centre for trail biking in WA reached a major milestone last week.
The Mid West has become a disaster zone, with the Army bolstering recovery efforts and setting up a base in Geraldton as it sends out crews to help cyclone-stricken communities.
A Woorree man who admitted a criminal charge of pointing a gun at his daughter, among a string of other firearms offences, has spoken out to defend himself as a “hardworking” and “good” father.
Elise Van Aken
“We’ve turned the corner and I couldn’t be happier.”
The winner of the 2019 WA Premier’s Prize for an Emerging Writer for his debut novel, Invisible Boys, reflected on a comment that “got under (his) skin”, while on his recent book tour.
A fundraiser has been launched to help the victim of a machete attack last month — allegedly at the hands of a Geraldton taxi driver — on his road to recovery.
Taking a look at the seven Lower South West Football League clubs and where they stand ahead of the highly anticipated 2021 season.
Christmases and birthdays will all come at once for Geraldton shoppers on June 17, when the city’s first-ever Kmart store opens its door.
A Geraldton doctor has assured people under the age of 50 who have already received the AstraZeneca vaccine the chances of them experiencing side effects remain low.
Carnarvon businesses are becoming fed up with a juvenile crime spree targeting their premises and Shire-run facilities, which they say is tarnishing the town’s reputation.
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