Kununurra parkrun will celebrate their 100th run this weekend
Ord Valley farmers will leap into the ditigal age as the State Government rolls out its Digital Farm Grant project in the region
More than half a million dollars have gone to foster business creativity, innovation and diversification of eight Kimberley projects.
East Kimberley College students bid adieu to high school this month
To say thank you to the community for shopping local, Ord Machining and Agriculture has organised a Christmas giveaway for its customers.
Through the home visits, Halls Creek students and their families are being given an individualised attendance plan, suited to their specific needs.
The McGowan Government has transferred ownership of Ord land to native title holders
Kununurra Netball Association celebrated a season well done last month with a fun-filled wind up.
After two years of operation, the Kununurra Scout Group is at risk of being shut down if it does not find more volunteers.
Girls Academy program manager Sara Ripps said the school’s Girls Academy had contacted the garden to help inspire the teens.
WA’s most remote distillery has come out with the goods yet again, as the team at Hoochery Distillery combines corn and sorghum for a unique Kimberley sensation.
An incredibly rare circular rainbow backdropped by Lake Argyle will feature as the January photograph for the 2021 calendar, shot by Perth photographer Colin Leonhardt.
WA mining magnate and Australia’s richest person, Gina Rinehart, has confirmed plans to sell down her rural landholding portfolio.
Lines of cars, caravans and road trains sat bumper to bumper for hundreds of metres between WA and the Northern Territory on the first day of the State Government’s eased border restrictions.
Community groups gathered to celebrate and spread the Naidoc message of Always Was, Always Will Be.
Kununurra holds hope for its tourist season as the border to the Northern Territory opens this weekend.
Kimberley’s Kadjina Aboriginal community has officially been declared dry
Almost 300 wild horses roaming the Kimberley were shot last month as part of an aerial cull of large feral herbivores to keep populations under control.
A 21-year-old man has escaped jail time after being charged with multiple domestic violence offences against the same woman.
Elise Van Aken
An unemployed Kununurra mother has received her sixth drug conviction after a police raid on her home uncovered an amount of drugs for personal use.
The legal worker and emerging role model has spoken of being involved in a domestic violence incident, overcoming anxiety and believing in herself.
Cattle, cotton, agricultural education and pasture — four farmers with a diverse range of interests have been selected as WA’s 2021 Nuffield Scholars.
Warmun students returned to their roots recently to celebrate the 40th anniversary of their school, recreating a photo from the 20th celebration.
Five Kimberley sporting groups have been bolstered by thousands of dollars in funding from the government, recognising the high potential of the region’s athletes.
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