Australian voters have given Josh Frydenberg’s budget the highest approval since the Peter Costello days, but withheld a pre-election boost, according to the latest Newspoll.
Clare Quinn is the only remaining member of a group which, in 1974, set out to lobby the government for financial assistance for regional patients who had to travel to Perth for medical treatment
Something Pink is set to hold its next charity night in the Goldfields on June 10 at the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Racing Club
In a bid to celebrate the city’s diversity, the free event will play host to a street market in the Lord Forrest Precinct and on Cassidy Street from 3pm June 12
Sophie Ward, 16, and Emily Legg, 23, are both long-term members of the group and have been in so many productions they’re unable to list them all
TV legend Bert Newton has thanked fans for their “overwhelming” support since he underwent the lifesaving surgery.
By FIONA BYRNE
There has been a staggering surge in childcare operators given permission to ignore child-to-staff ratios that are designed to protect children in their care.
Prince Harry has trashed Prince Charles for an upbringing of “suffering” and compared royal life to being in a zoo, admitting that Meghan Markle has enabled this view.
It is the case that has left a community heartbroken and changed the life of Gary Jubelin. Now the families open up to the former top cop in an exclusive, emotional podcast special. SUBSCRIBE TO LISTEN.
The Katanning community came together to pause for a moment in mid-May to pay tribute to a community stalwart who dedicated her life to improving those around her throughout the Great Southern region.
Two Goldfields nurses are in the running for their “night in the spotlight” tonight, as finalists at the 2020 WA Nursing and Midwifery Excellence Awards
“I believe certainly my fellow councillors have worked hard to make sure they were listening to the people and I think the appointment of Shane Burge as the CEO has been a breath of fresh air”
Member for Kalgoorlie Ali Kent has stressed the importance of getting the COVID-19 jab to protect the community after receiving her first shot of the AstraZeneca vaccine yesterday
As KPS prepares to celebrate its 125th anniversary, past and present members of the school community have paused to look down memory lane at the history of the oldest public school in the city
A chat 20 years ago over ‘more than a few beers’ created an annual event that has put the shine back on a very unique Kimberley town.
The collision occurred around 10.35am in Yellowdine, east of Southern Cross, between the motorcycle and heavy vehicle which was accompanied by a pilot vehicle
Tegan Guthrie and Jason Mennell
Michael Robert Carroll sparked a Statewide manhunt when he skipped out on his trial in Albany last August.
Shaun McGuire, 61, appeared in South Hedland Magistrate’s Court last Wednesday after pleading guilty to the aggravated indecent assault of a 29-year-old woman in Perth earlier this year
The Gilbert’s potoroo is coming back from the brink in the Great Southern after a survey discovered three new animals in their island habitat.
The leader of the Daylight Saving Party Wilson Tucker, who received just 98 votes in the state election, has pledged to oppose daylight saving if it ‘conflicts’ with what his electorate wants.
Finishing up its 10th year, the competition saw more than 80 people from across the Mid West work their creative magic across the seven categories, producing an “exceptional” quality of work.
Upgrades worth $2.6 million to be complete late July
Two people have been charged over a series of break-ins in Albany last weekend, including a burglary at McKail’s General Store bottle shop
Quambie Park residents once again rolled up their sleeves on Wednesday for the second dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
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