Lisa writes about tourism, business, health, education and human interest news happening in the Mid West and Gascoyne for The Geraldton Guardian and Midwest Times.
For Lisa Favazzo’s last instalment in the Going Steady in the Windy City Series, she visited L’Italiano — a local favourite which never disappoints.
A national non-profit group, which raises awareness about mental health and suicide prevention, launched a campaign last month to reduce the instances of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander suicide.
A State-wide competition has recognised a military history tour group and long-term Geraldton Aquarena customer service superstar for their hard work, dedication and can-do attitudes.
Lisa Favazzo & Elise Van Aken
A local charity is staging an outdoor movie night on Thursday to raise awareness about homelessness and encourage donations.
Their latest adventure is a little beach shack just 10 minutes out of town.
It was a full house at Queens Park Theatre last Friday for the official launch of West Australian Music’s Sounds of the Mid West.
Real Estate Institute of WA data shows the June quarter median house price for Geraldton was $322,000, a rise of 3.9 per cent from the March quarter.
“I also think it will create some employment opportunities once you get it going,” Mr Gaffney said.
For many volunteers, especially those with farming backgrounds, the work is about more than doing a good deed.
A master magician is heading to Geraldton next month. But, before Cosentino takes to the stage performing death-defying escapes, there’s one confined space in which he’ll need to stay put.
Hearing loss and ear disease affect one in three Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander kids. Now ae Naaguja mother and musician is calling on families to get behind an early intervention program.
Hailed as the best West Australian Music regional album produced yet, Sounds of the Mid West was finally launched in Geraldton at the weekend.
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