When it comes to email scams many of us think of unsolicited and badly spelt money requests, but they are now so sophisticated they’re almost impossible to tell apart from the real thing.
A Kununurra man has blasted rangers for taking his dog from his front yard without warning, but the Shire has bit back saying it was within its rights to do so.
Elise Van Aken
An East Kimberley wildlife sanctuary is struggling to support its injured and orphaned native wildlife during the COVID-19 crisis.
The trial would have seen sales capped at one carton of full-strength beer and three bottles of wine per person each day to reduce antisocial behaviour in the West Kimberley.
Projects underway and in the pipeline for the North West town include the next phase of the Chinatown Revitalisation and Town Beach redevelopment, airport upgrades and $110m floating jetty.
Things got wet during the dry last night when 93mm of rain was dumped on the town.
Nigel John Bin Kali, 35, was sentenced to three years and four months in prison after pleading guilty to the aggravated armed robbery which occurred last October.
The Broome Chamber of Commerce and Industry says it’s time to gear up for visitors after the State Government revealed it has taken the first step to allowing travel to the Kimberley to resume.
Premier Mark McGowan is poised to deliver an announcement within days that will allow travel to key tourism spots like Esperance, Karratha, Exmouth and Geraldton before the June holiday.
You can now recycle your oral-care products at Revive through its two Terracycle programs!
The Department of Health has warned Pilbara and Kimberley residents to take additional precautions to avoid mosquito bites, following continued detections a deadly virus near towns in both regions.
A Halls Creek punter has won thousands of dollars from last weekend’s Saturday Lotto draw.
A historical society preserving the region has closed down after 26 years.
Premier Mark McGowan last week announced $4 million worth of grants ranging between $25,000 and $100,000 were set to be handed out to operators hardest hit by government restrictions.
Zanders restaurant and bar was among the popular venues that chose to open, bringing back five casual staff to run a Wednesday to Sunday dine-in service.
It’s set to be a bittersweet return to training next week for East Kimberley Football League players, with no certain start to a competitive season on the horizon.
A 15-year-old Wyndham boy has had his future driver’s licence suspended for three months after being caught driving on a Kununurra road in the middle of the night last month.
Kununurra’s re-launch of the cotton industry is set to survive the COVID-19 pandemic, after a decrease in shopping softened global demand for the crop.
Hundreds from Broome and beyond come together virtually for annual Kyle Andrews Foundation beach walk.
Life during COVID-19 might seem like the perfect opportunity to spend more time tackling a DIY project, but it’s vital to ensure the equipment you’re using is safe and fit for purpose.
Regional chambers of commerce and industry are set to be bolstered by thousands of dollars in grants to make up for the huge blow COVID-19 restrictions have dealt to their members.
Many Kununurra cafes and restaurants have rejoiced after being allowed to open their doors to dine-in guests again, but for others the 20-customer limit is not enough to cover operating costs.
A Kununurra man will spend a year behind bars after drink-driving without a licence on three occasions, telling a court he was a “stupid idiot,” which the magistrate agreed with, saying “yes you are.”
Western Australia’s government continues to resist opening up the State’s north despite just three active coronavirus cases remaining in WA.
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