Carnarvon detectives have charged two boys after a woman in her 60s and a man in his 70s were allegedly targeted for theft.
A former Geraldton art teacher now living in Victoria has chronicled his family’s personal lockdown experience in a series of compelling illustrations. Friend Peter Fiorenza tells the story.
A man who accuses Shane Van Styn of assault says the mayor told him “that’s my f...... chair” before the alleged incident, but the defence contends the alleged victim was drunk and causing trouble.
From the late 1890s until the early 1950s, because all heavy machinery was steam driven, vast quantities of wood were required to fuel boilers, as coal was too expensive.
There is no better time to get on your bike than during Bike Month this October — and one Great Southern Shire is giving riders an extra reason to cycle with Pedal Plantagenet.
Taking out travel insurance – even in the crazy world of COVID – can deliver Aussies holidaying domestically more savings than the cost of the policy. Here’s how.
Chris and Rebecca Kirkwood have been training for the past few months after being asked by Peter Shinnick to pace his mammoth 650km walk and run along the Golden Heritage Pipeline
United Petroleum wants to put a 24-hour service station at the corner of Albany Highway and South Coast Highway, which was voted WA’s riskiest intersection in last year’s RAC Risky Roads survey.
Councillors voted to extend the Recreational Vehicle and Caravan Parking Areas ahead of the highly anticipated tourist season
The majority of the crew of a cargo ship anchored off the Pilbara coast have tested positive to COVID-19 and it is worrying the WA Health Minister.
Men’s Sheds around Australia will be celebrated this week.
Reigning women’s premiers Brigades say they have a point to prove in this Sunday’s grand final, after losing to Chapman Valley twice this year.
The lid is off at Railways, with a club official saying they are a 50-50 chance to win this Sunday’s grand final against hot favourite Rovers.
Fundraising has always been a challenge, and it hasn’t been helped by COVID-19, but the Dare To Dream crew could see the Australian spirit shining through.
The only council-owned major commercial business unit that spins a profit, the airport’s profitability slumped $2.4 million below budget last financial year.
The duo sell quilts and patches, they sow and mend, and they take pleasure in letting customers walk freely through the building.
Two division one prizewinning tickets were sold for Monday night’s lotto draw, one of which was purchased at Genovese’s Carbarn News and Deli on Boulder Road.
WA is a step closer to helping launch the world’s biggest radio telescope, allowing further exploration of the universe while generating hundreds of millions of dollars in economic activity.
This is the man WA Police will allege played a major role behind the $1 billion drug bust in the Abrolhos Islands last year.
On the main western breakwater between the Toll Place carpark and Albany Waterfront Marina, this is the first time the 1734sqm site has been available for lease.
WA today recorded more daily COVID-19 infections than Victoria after another eight crew from a virus-riddled bulk carrier anchored off the Pilbara coast returned positive tests.
Peter Law and Sam Jones
There’s been a surge in new stock market investors this year, looking to grow their wealth through shares. Experts reveal their tips for entering the market for the first time.
I am very proud of this, but other towns that are just as big and just as old as Kalgoorlie don’t seem to have that same je ne sais quoi, writes John Bowler
With more than 260 pre-registrations received for the four-day event, the organisation has begun to call for volunteers to help make the annual weekend a success.
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