Charlie Collard knows how lucky he is to be alive after losing most of the blood in his body when a taxi driver allegedly slashed his neck with a machete last month.
During her final months at the helm of Mid West Ports Authority, Rochelle Macdonald oversaw challenges and rose to overcome them. She says: “Bringing the team along the journey” is crucial to success.
Kalbarri and Binnu students have not let cyclone Seroja disrupt their studies, with temporary classrooms set up this week.
A Spalding man has avoided jail after punching his mother in the face in the presence of his young daughter.
Federal member for O’Connor Rick Wilson is lobbying for the Shire of Wiluna to be included in his electorate.
Goldfields Football League members are mourning the death this week in Perth of former star player and premiership coach Maurie Lee.
Not even a global pandemic or a tropical cyclone will stand in the way of the Mid West commemorating Anzac Day this weekend.
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A former boxing coach accused of raping a teenage girl in July last year has pleaded not guilty to working with kids without a valid Working With Children Check.
Regis Resources has locked in the purchase of IGO’s 30 per cent share in the Tropicana goldmine after the mine’s majority owner waived its pre-emptive rights to the holding.
We all cope differently. And then there are community members who are resilient and strong and financially stable, who could have lost a roof and felt equally as impacted as someone who lost nothing.
MyCricket revealed Epis’ spell was the most devastating of any Australian female cricketer at any level in 2020-21.
Historical documents from the mining ghost town of Kanowna have been rediscovered and donated to the Eastern Goldfields Historical Society.
Although the Margaret River Pro is another week away, the action starts for locals on Tuesday with the coveted trials firing up at Mainbreak.
The Augusta-Margaret River Hawks will be gearing up to continue their undefeated run when they get set to face South Bunbury on Sunday.
After a busy two weeks of cyclone clean-up, Mid West communities are invited to enjoy an afternoon of local entertainment, good food and great vibes on Sunday.
A man who allegedly broke into two local businesses to steal cash registers one month after being placed on a suspended imprisonment order for similar offending has been released on bail.
The Margaret River Heart is rapidly turning into comedy central as yet another famous Aussie comic adds a South West stopover to his national tour.
Living in Margaret River again and loving it, big-wave surfer Felicity Palmateer says she’s finally finding a balance between competitive ambitions and creative fulfilment after years on the road.
Good communication and supporting each other through the tough times are the keys to a successful marriage, according to a Greenough couple who recently marked 60 years of wedded bliss.
Ratepayers will continue to be slugged with a levy on their rates notices while the Shire of Augusta-Margaret River reviews its financial modelling.
The Shire of Augusta-Margaret River has again rejected claims holiday home approvals have driven up the region’s squeeze on affordable housing.
Tourism executive Pip Close was named the environmental group’s inaugural chief executive this week, to start on May 10.
The Margaret River wine sector has embarked on a month of special discounts, deals and offers for resident wine-lovers
The agenda for the meeting made public last night contains very little detail
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