Lisa writes about tourism, business, health, education and human interest news happening in the Mid West and Gascoyne for The Geraldton Guardian and Midwest Times.
A man accused of threatening a woman at a Coles Express earlier this month claimed he had suffered a breakdown on the night of the alleged incident, leaving him with no memory of events.
The regional centre’s rental crisis has plummeted to desperate levels, with the harsh reality of looking for a home possibly squeezing some prospective tenants out of town.
A Cape Burney father is pursuing legal action after claiming he was unfairly sacked from the Containers for Change depot the day after he complained of a back injury he had already disclosed.
Two Foreshore goes above and beyond. A top-notch view and a delightfully simple menu.
Follow the Dream Carnarvon celebrated 15 years of fostering academic excellence in Aboriginal students at the Gwoonwardu Mia-Gascoyne Aboriginal Heritage and Cultural Centre last Thursday.
The efforts of a Carnarvon group to ensure a cruel and disturbing part of Australia’s colonial history is not forgotten was formally recognised by the WA Government last week.
Jaz and Ken McCartney and Erica Trotter launched fresh tracks at the Geraldton Beach Hotel this month.
The cosy establishment puts on a beautiful breakfast, pulling off cafe classic without a dash of boring.
It is National Recycling Week, and data from the Containers for Change scheme is showing recycling enthusiasts in the Gascoyne and Mid West are punching well above their weight.
A Geraldton woman whose car was smashed by a 32-year-old man at Coles Express Wonthella on Monday night said Police had not contacted her to give a statement, despite taking her number.
A leading Mid West police officer claims just a few “bad eggs” have been inflating youth crime figures in Meekatharra.
Unseasonal wet weather over the past fortnight has forced some Mid West farmers to delay their harvest, as heavy rains flooded their paddocks.
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