There are about 20,000 jobseekers in WA who live with an injury, illness or disability. Last week, some of them were introduced to employers in Geraldton.
A person who claims to be a childhood friend of Melissa Caddick has posed a wild theory about what she believes might have happened to the fraudster.
Race fans will get to see whether The Chaser lives up to his name at Geraldton Turf Club tomorrow - Natasha Faithfull is aboard and hoping for one better after they ran second last meeting.
As issues around Covid vaccination continue to emerge, the Carlton squad have made their position clear.
The Hedland Liquor Strategy was formed last year to strengthen collaboration between liquor store owners and police in a bid to target problem drinkers
A new theory has emerged in the case of missing Victorian campers Russell Hill and Carol Clay.
Students across the Kimberley will learn about science from the world’s oldest living culture, as part of a new State Government initiative to strengthen learning outcomes for Aboriginal students.
While I am cycling, I often feel like a tourist in my own neighbourhood. I see animals, people and surroundings that I just wouldn’t if I was zipping by in a car.
Items ranging from a $2400 Broome holiday package to a single movie ticket will be up for grabs on Sunday, all donated by local businesses.
Nannup Shire council’s deputy president was defeated by a new face in the local government election at the weekend.
Josh Sunderland & Ben Loughran
Documents tendered to an ICAC investigation into Gladys Berejiklian have referred to NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet.
The Manjimup Rovers said farewell to the 2021 season in style at their awards night on Saturday.
Manjimup Shire president Paul Omodei has breathed a sigh of relief after finishing on top in the local election on Saturday.
A Perth man has demolished the previous fastest record of an ultramarathon across the south coast of Western Australia.
Senior basketball returned to local courts last week for the opening round of the 2021-22 Manjimup Amateur Basketball Association season.
The Boyup Brook Shire has seen the return of a number of a familiar faces and one newcomer take a seat on the council after Saturday’s election.
The Bridgetown Leisure Centre courts have received a valuable facelift ahead of the new basketball season, thanks to support from local businesses.
Construction work on what is being touted as the “best skate park in the South West” began this week in Bridgetown.
Musician Mikey Long shares his excitement ahead of playing next month’s Blues at Bridgetown festival.
A group of desperate Hazara Afghans are asking for the Manjimup community to help them organise a fundraiser for visa applications to save family members still trapped in war-torn Afghanistan.
Ocean users have been reminded a shark warning system off the Capes coast remains active despite the end of the drumline program.
A prominent anti-vaxxer is involved in a national class action that wants Scott Morrison and state and territory leaders to do one strange thing.
A South West magistrate has labelled a young man the “poster boy” of acting without thinking after he admitted to stealing food and alcohol from a pub last month.
The Shire of Broome will offer free waste disposal weekends in the lead up to cyclone season, as the Bureau of Meteorology predict an above-average number of tropical cyclones this wet season.
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