The first online Kununurra Agricultural show proved to be a quiet but vibrant success, with over 450 entrants putting their best photographs and videos forward over dozens of categories.
Elise Van Aken
The Three Year Broome COVID-19 Recovery Plan has been co-signed by a range of pivotal organisations at the centre of the town’s growth.
Andrew Forrest’s Squadron Energy and joint venture partner Goshawk Energy are seeking new exploration permits in the high prospective area.
A US oil and gas company has plans to start drilling and fracking in the State’s Kimberley region.
Despite COVID-19 putting the 2020 Broome cricket season in potential limbo, the Broome Cricket Association has emerged relatively unscathed.
Corrective Services Minister Francis Logan visted a possible site for the new prison which was located about 30 minutes out of town on Crab Creek Road.
The pilot of the helicopter that crashed in Broome had reported unusual vibrations in the aircraft one day before it lost three key tail parts and fell to the ground, safety experts have determined.
After months of development and a delay due to COVID-19, the NRL WA North West Cup has finally kicked off, with the South Hedland Cougars getting themselves off to a great start out of town.
St Mary’s College dance students recently took to Reddell Beach and were filmed for a special dance film project the school plans to showcase in various avenues.
Pastoralists in the Kimberley and Pilbara are facing up to 400 per cent hikes in shire rates despite a review of the process to calculate the price jump yet to be finalised.
Sixty-six per cent of WA business believe the State will face weaker economic conditions over the next 12 months, while confidence in our hardest hit region is at rock bottom.
Peter de Kruijff
The siblings have admitted to assaulting a 50-year-old taxi driver after a verbal argument was taken too far.
After a fierce bidding war, WA billionaire Andrew Forrest has emerged as the new owner of a Kimberley high-quality cattle station.
A 44-year-old man has been fined for failing to self quarantine after arriving at Kununurra airport from over east, last month.
A Kununurra business has given locals the opportunity to make more environmentally friendly choices when shopping.
The proponent of the $1.5 billion Project Sea Dragon at Legune Station just across the WA-Northern Territory border has indicated it could start work on construction again..
The East Kimberley College has gained “independent” status after several years of pushing from the school community.
The Shire of Halls Creek is expecting to take a hit on its fees and charges revenue for its upcoming budget but will put off voting its annual financial plan through until next month.
Children, parents and staff from this tight-knit little school are reeling from the shocking loss of some of their own.
The pilot who died in a tragic helicopter crash in Broome helped create one of the region’s bucket-list tourism experiences.
Before Troy Thomas died in a chopper crash he had breakfast with his friend, Eagle great Karl Langdon. He was a veteran pilot who showed Aussie celebrities, even a famous goat, Broome’s hidden gems.
Mia Thomas should have spent yesterday boating in the Kimberley but is instead hospitalised in a serious condition after surviving a helicopter crash that killed her father and her 12-year-old friend.
Horizontal Falls Seaplane Adventures will reboot its operations after a three-month COVID-19 shutdown amid the death of its founder and former owner who was killed in a company helicopter on Saturday.
The Robinson R44 helicopter, the model which was involved in this weekend’s horrific accident in Broome, was implicated in three other WA crashes, two fatal, since 2008.
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