The local council passed a motion to give struggling residents rate relief at an ordinary meeting last week, amid coronavirus panic.
“I survived 28 days without it in Fiji,” former Australian Survivor contestant Tegan Gasior said.
Premier Mark McGowan made the announcement at a press conference this afternoon.
Peter De Kruijff and Carly Laden
An East Kimberley business leader has praised local Telstra workers for going above and beyond to fix a major outage in the East Kimberley region
Elise Van Aken
COVID-19 cases in the Kimberley have doubled today, with the first two people in the East Kimberley testing positive for the virus.
Majority of sports canned amid coronavirus restrictions
The Department of Health has warned Pilbara and Kimberley residents to take additional precautions to avoid mosquito bites following continued detection of Murray Valley Encephalitis virus.
The 36-year-old Perth man will reside at Kalbarri Backpackers after illegally entering Broome when the Kimberley borders were shut
The worked was said to have had a history of intrastate travel but had been taking all precuations.
The man, 36, was denied entry into the region but was located in a suburban premises last night.
Jangeb Yarrenkoo!, which translates as “Let’s Eat!” in Miriwoong, is the latest publication from the Mirima Dawang Woorlab-gerring Language and Culture Centre.
Questions answered regarding housing and accommodation, goods and services, events and travel.
Body bags — including those for children — have been sent into remote indigenous communities to prepare for the worst-case pandemic scenarios.
Lanai Scarr & Annabel Hennessy
The Broome Regional Aboriginal Medical Service chief executive has called on the community to stay healthy to keep families safe.
The company said today it had made the difficult decision to place the facility on care and maintenance because of travel restrictions and the serious health threat.
The organisation announced on social media today it could not go ahead with the heart-warming charity event because of coronavirus restrictions.
The Broome Turf Club made the announcement on its Facebook page this evening.
The four Shires across the region have called on the State Government to enforce a travel ban to the Kimberley.
It was alleged around 4:20am, a beige-coloured Toyota Landcruiser was travelling north-west bound on Great Northern High near the one lane bridge at the Willare Roadhouse with five people on board.
Aboriginal Affairs Minister Ben Wyatt has unveiled a new funding packing which comes in response to the inquest into the suicides of 13 children and young people in the Kimberley.
Annabel Hennessy, Carly Laden and Peter de Kruijff
Krisma May took part in the World’s Greatest Shave on Saturday, shaving her head to raise money for the Leukaemia Foundation.
Two of the Kimberley’s finest tourism operators have taken home a swag of medals after representing Western Australia at the Australian Tourism Awards.
Garnduwa hosted its inaugural Making Her Mark Women in Sport forum on March 10 and 11, empowering Aboriginal women in the region to use sport as an opportunity to grow community leaders.
Environment Minister Stephen Dawson and Lotterywest chief executive Susan Hunt recently travelled to Broome to award Nyamba Buru Yawuru and WWF Australia $2.2 million in funding.
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