Tip off between Olympians and CBC is 6.50pm
Collegians and The Franchise will tip off at 8.20pm
Kalgoorlie-Boulder elder Trevor Donaldson says the welcome to country ban is ‘ignorant’ but Boulder RSL’s Dave Grills says discrepancy just leads to division
Harry and Meghan may be swapping actual royalty for Hollywood royalty, reportedly eyeing off a Malibu mansion where their neighbours would include Robert Downey Jr and Caitlyn Jenner.
Stephen Drill in London
The jury in the Harvey Weinstein rape trial has failed to reach a verdict after four days of deliberations. Late on Friday, they asked the presiding judge a stunning question.
Nathan Vass in New York
A test that can tell whether a breast cancer patient needs chemotherapy has been refused a Medicare subsidy angering support groups.
Lenny Papertalk has a reputation for getting things done. In other words, she backs up her words with actions.
The Flotsam and Jetsam 2020 Art Competition, in which interested artists use recovered materials to produce inspired artwork, is back this year.
Councillors are expected to repeal Mullewa’s 1915 Camel Registration and Licensing of Camel Drivers by-law when they meet in Geraldton next week.
Competitors can expect mackerel, coral trout and game species such as tuna and marlin among the fish on offer in the fifth annual Kalbarri Sports Fishing Classic, according to organisers.
Geraldton’s fastest BMX rider, Corey Taylor, is now the highest ranked Junior Elite competitor in Union Cycliste Internationale World Cup rankings.
A Geraldton businessman who lost his mum to motor neurone disease wants to sock it to the killer — literally.
Hundreds of childcare providers that have rorted the system have been outed in a government online list. See which state had the most fraudsters.
“It was not an article on the marvellous complexions or wonderful appearances of the good citizens of our sunny and windswept city. It was a story on tomatoes.” —- Grant Woodhams
The 2.03m-tall basketballer is one of the Geraldton Buccaneers’ new signings for the upcoming season, and he might not be here if it wasn’t for friend and teammate Brayden Inger.
Meekatharra’s Royal Mail Hotel is generating its own electricity and selling it into the grid.
“The people that live in my neighbourhood do a bit in the garden ...it is very important to always present the garden as a place that echoes the values people love to embrace.” — Stan Maley
The last time W-League powerhouse Perth Glory graced the turf of the WML Stadium at Hay Park, the South West soccer community was rewarded with a glut of goals.
Hundreds of high-skilled jobs could be manufactured in the Bunbury-Geographe area if a South West Development Commission plan comes together.
A cycling group has accused the City of Busselton of inaction over a “dangerous hazard” on Layman Road which has caused a serious crash.
The famous and fabulous Dunsborough Arts Festival will celebrate its 20th anniversary next weekend.
The State Government has declared water deficiency for Kukerin, in the Shire of Dumbleyung, and Hamilton’s area, in the Shire of Kent.
Phil Klein underwent surgery last month to remove his right leg after he developed a large tumour as a result of his neurofibromatosis.
Five local rugby players have been selected to represent WA at the U12 Beasts National Carnival.
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