The latest incident occurred on Saturday morning south of the surf lifesaving club as the tides rose to 8.8 metres, well short of the 10-plus metre tides experienced in the region.
Geraldton’s metro soccer team is playing at home today and hoping to keep an unbeaten run in the second round of competition.
“I couldn’t think of anyone better to lead the company into this next chapter as Stu Tonkin who in my opinion is the best-in-class operator”
“History doesn’t always tell us much about women’s contributions and things, it was more the husbands or the men but these women were right besides them doing just as much if not more”
“I’m probably the youngest (trainer) by a few years, but my grandfather was a great influence and I helped him for probably 10 years before I got a licence”
“We are getting between 120 and 240 doses a week, so we really need to be fully booking our clinics so we are not chucking any of this precious vaccine out.”
“It’s in chronological order about the history of the search for mineral wealth and what it meant for each State”
Diggers & Dealers chairman Jim Walker said 2250 delegates had signed up for the annual talkfest. That is up from the 1968 who attended last year.
A wildfire mitigation program incorporating traditional principles and modern technologies on country has seen a 70 per cent drop in damaging fires which ravage wildlife habitats and cultural sites.
Police are appealing for the owners of more than 100 power tools to come forward and claim their property after the items were seized during the search of a home last month.
This week, I want to take the time to remind our drivers to slow down and be aware of their surroundings when dropping kids off and passing through these zones.
Geraldton has bucked the trend after becoming one of just two regional centres to see an improvement in rental vacancy rates last month.
Beneath the quirky secrecy of a bush plot filled with space radars in the heart of WA’s Mid West, lies a love story with equal intrigue.
A prominent Kimberley Aboriginal corporation has a new board less than two months after their chief executive resigned.
A West Australian Football Commission probe has confirmed racial abuse was hurled at several country football players by at least one spectator — but could not ‘conclusively’ identify the culprit.
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The 2021 Cabin Fever festival has been delivering on its promise of 10 days of “wintry goodness” in the world-renowned tourist destination from July 16-25.
The South West’s reputation for having some of the world’s best wine has once again been bolstered as Fermoy Estate racks up another prize for its famous chardonnay.
A South West family is encouraging all Australians to cheer on the country’s Olympians as they compete in Tokyo without a crowd.
Under-fire Labor Minister Bill Johnston made a personal apology to a regional shire president who he claimed was ‘too busy fishing’ to meet, when he was actually by his sick wife’s side.
Margaret River Police are cracking down on teen misbehaviour after a spate of drug use, stealing and damage across the school holidays.
Some of Australia’s culinary best will headline this year’s Gourmet Escape for its resurrection after last year’s COVID-19 cancellation.
Topping the masses of young filmmakers across the State, 12 South West teenagers will have their short films showcased at this year’s CinefestOZ.
The Nyul Nyul and Yawuru writer/director is just about to wrap a five week shoot in Port Hedland on her debut feature film Sweet As.
Police allegedly found nearly $10,000 cash inside a vehicle before seizing a “significant amount of cannabis”.
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