Simpson (5-17) entered the fray in the 14th over and struck with his first ball, trapping No.5 Jack Basley lbw.
Boulder City has been confirmed as the third team for 2020, while Railways and Kambalda are keen to get sides up and running as soon as possible too
Chief executive Stephanie Soter will this weekend present the free Smart Goal Setting workshop, which will give participants advice on setting and achieving their goals.
Zachary Dylan Daube, 25, was heading out to the bush to clear his head after an argument with his partner when he was clocked by police travelling at 134km/h in a 60km/h zone
A comprehensive bowling and batting display by Great Boulder saw the boys in blue dominate from start to finish to be crowned 2020 T20 champions
Saracen raked in a net profit of $69 million for the six months to the end of December, while Regis wrapped up last year with a record net profit after tax of $93.4 million.
With victory, Norths laid the foundations for a mouth-watering match against Hannans at Ray Finlayson Sporting Complex on Saturday.
Nyheemah Cox will travel to California this May to represent Australia at the International Science and Engineering Fair.
Former Dockers ruckman Aaron Sandilands flew to Kalgoorlie to show his support for the town’s 10th annual Starlight Night at the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Racing Club on Saturday night.
Saints, who used six players to The Franchise’s nine, led 75-74 when Manylok Malek scored inside the paint with less than 90 seconds remaining.
The man in his 30s, who wants to remain anonymous, bought the $5 ticket in the last batch of Scratch’n’Win stubs from a Boulder-based newsagent.
A mature-aged mining engineering student at the WA School of Mines caught stealing gold from Goldfields-based miner says he is “very sorry” for his “really stupid mistake”.
Seamer Dylan Hinchliffe (10-1-24-2) effectively laid the foundations for victory, in partnership with left-armer Josh Rushmore (9-0-50-2).
Led by local environmental advocate Noel Fleming, Clean Up Australia is the latest initiative registered with Keep Australia Beautiful.
According to OICS inspector Eamon Ryan, there are no independent visitors in Kalgoorlie-Boulder and he last week told the Kalgoorlie Miner he would like to see that changed
West Australian leaders will air their grievances over allocation of drought money in WA at several key meetings to get answers as to why some of the State’s driest areas missed out
Tom Zaunmayr and Jenne Brammer
There were frantic scenes off the Esperance coastline yesterday afternoon with emergency services scrambling to rescue the crews of 12 yachts after they were capsized during a severe thunderstorm.
The club entered the fixture as firm favourites and took little time to justify that billing.
A business partnership has seen a cohort of local Aboriginal trainees lace up their boots and pull on their high-vis vests to start work at one of Australia’s largest gold mines.
It’s the end of an era for Sandalwood Family Centre co-ordinator Lyn Brennan, who has handed over the reins after more than a decade of service the community.
Local historian Moya sharp has spent the last three decades immersing herself in Goldfields’ wonderful and wacky past.
Plumped up after a few too many Mexican chicken parmies, the local Miner has returned to our TV screens with a bang.
The alleged politicisation of the Goldfields infernos sparked an intense firefight during the first week back of WA Parliament for 2020.
The teen prodigy has scored a life-changing opportunity with South Dakota’s Presentation College. The Aberdeen institution wasn’t the only one eyeing him off either
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