Pilbara communities will come together to commemorate the Anzac spirit in person this year as services return across the region following last year’s COVID-19 halt.
The Pilbara death of Ms Dhu was described as a ‘tragedy of the highest order’ and sparked renewed passion among the Blak community which felt she’d still be alive if recommendations were implemented.
Youth Involvement Council youth services co-ordinator Karen Cooper said Hedland’s next generation were resilient and it was important to showcase the positive impact they made in the community
Scott Morrison told a Karratha business breakfast more jobs would be created as a result of the move to a more green industry and there was a bright future ahead as heavy industry decarbonised.
A correction to the March 22, 2021 article titled ‘Court no-show for Pilbara directors accused of “worst alleged” animal welfare breach in WA memory”.
A year on and interstate travel can still be complicated but other than that life is pretty much “business as usual” for most of us, writes CME WA boss Paul Everingham
The Ken Brinsden-led miner has booked record quarterly production from its flagship Pilgangoora mine as prices for its battery-focused product improve significantly.
Eight junior rugby league players from the Pilbara will have the chance to play alongside the best WA has to offer after being named as part of the State side.
More than 100 of the North West’s best riders converged on Karratha to battle it out for supremacy in the opening round of the North West Championships.
Many Mid West towns ravaged by cyclone Seroja will take a break from recovery efforts to pay respect to Australia’s war veterans this weekend.
Phoebe Pin, Kate Campbell, Elise Van Aken & Reuben Carder
Spoil your Mum this Mothers day by submitting your best colouring for a chance to win a range of prizes including a flower bouquet to the value of $100 from Charmers Jewellers.
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On the 30th anniversary of the royal commission into Aboriginal deaths in custody, this five part investigation asks ‘why are people still dying?’. WATCH THE FIRST EPISODE NOW
A 15-year-old trans boy who took his life has been farewelled in two funerals and will have two different names on separate memorials after his estranged parents agreed to divide his ashes.
The West Australian has you covered this footy season with every top-tier Aussie rules competition in WA broadcast live including WAFLW, WAFL colts, SWFL and WAFL league.
Construction of the main building of Albany’s first radiation oncology service will start next month.
Dot Hanrahan has discovered a connection between Anzac Day and her past she never knew existed until recently.
Despite initially facing a lengthy wait behind bars before a series of trials, the South West boss of the Rebels bikie gang has been released on bail after receiving fines.
An ‘out-of-control’ boy has been sentenced after a shocking spree in which he stabbed a taxi driver 20 times before attacking two men in their home with a meat cleaver.
Supermarket plan could help solve accommodation crisis, says mayor
The Nationals are pushing for an upgrade to mobile networks in regional WA after cyclone Seroja left victims unable to receive emergency alerts.
Federal Treasurer Josh Frydenberg says while the Morrison Government wants an open dialogue and a constructive relationship with China, it will not come at the expense of national interests.
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Putting a roof over the heads of 10 rough sleepers saved WA’s deluged hospital system more than 1450 overnight bed stays in a year — the equivalent of $2.2 million.
The word boom is often followed by the word bust. Historically the two words have been used in conjunction to describe the WA economy. But this time around it’s showing a real resilience.
Woodside’s interim chief executive Meg O’Neill has wasted no time demonstrating her attitude towards corporate culture within the WA oil and gas giant.
A truck driver has been charged after his Mack prime mover collided with a freight train in Kalgoorlie, leaving two men with serious injuries.
Storms or wildfires that down power lines and disrupt supply are the nightmare of grids around the world, but WA’s power providers have found an alternative.
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