The Kimberley 9s Carnival welcomed more than 300 primary and secondary students from local and remote schools who had shown strong school attendance and positive social behaviour
Having purchased a raffle ticket supporting breast cancer research, “regular visitor” Tina Galvin didn’t think much more about it for much of the day
A Broome burglar has been jailed for seven months after he impulsively ran away from a family gathering to steal from a popular local resort
Yawuru, Karrajarri, Nyul Nyul and Bard man Johani Mamid decided to put his hand up after the seat was filled unopposed in the past two elections
A relative told the magistrate the teenager was a flight risk, yet bail was still approved. The boy then went missing for more than a week before being found by police
Fitzroy Crossing is a town broken; both physically by rampant crime, and mentally by the divide over how to help Fitzroy and its residents heal.
Cable Beach is normally associated with holidaymakers lapping up luxury. But this week, that golden shoreline in WA’s north-west was potentially changing lives, with one Broome boy at the heart of it.
The regulations, which come into effect from Saturday, September 18, will limit the quantity and types of liquor which can be legally transported in a vehicle.
Mining and Pastoral MLC Neil Thomson says the State Government’s Upper House electoral reform is “a betrayal of trust” for regional residents who voted for the party based on COVID success.
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Despite border closures blocking the majority of East Coast and international visitors out of the region, more than 16,800 scones had been served at the popular tourist attraction by last Thursday
While new to the political scene, the group say their leadership would help shape a town in which everyone felt safe and was proud to call home
Fitzroy Crossing officer-in-charge Sen. Sgt Larry Miller said the 15-officer police station was not equipped to deal with the volume of incidents in the town
The day unveiled in full splendour, beginning with the Dotting of the Eye Ceremony, which saw Doug Fong dot the protruding eyes of the dragon head carved on the boats
As foreshadowed ahead of this week’s State Budget, Housing Minister John Carey revealed a record $2.1bn social housing investment which would deliver some 275 new homes by mid-2023.
In a massive community effort, close to 500 vaccinations were delivered on the first day of the event, with even more people receiving the jab on the second day.
A fundraiser will be held at the Kimberley Picnic Races in Derby this weekend, with Kimberley School of the Air to donate 50 per cent of their proceeds to help Rocka in his ongoing care.
A $299 cap on one-way flights will apply to those living in the North West, which is classified as zone two of the scheme
Known for their rough lo-fi garage energy and catchy hooks, the trio will perform at the Roebuck Bay Hotel on September 17, showcasing hits from their recent album Between You and Me
Broome parents are being warned to educate their children on ‘stranger danger’ after an elderly man holding a ‘free lollies’ sign was spotted near Broome North Primary School yesterday.
While working as part of TAFE’s young adults re-engagement program, Ms Gregory said she noticed a trend in Indigenous female students not coming to class once a month
Cornell Bradley Tolentino appeared via video link from Broome Regional Prison on August 30, pleading guilty to eight charges, including the possession and supply of cocaine, meth and cannabis
The State Government has announced funding for almost all of their Kimberley specific re-election commitments in its first budget since March’s State Election landslide.
At Broome Recreation and Aquatic Centre last week, circus students were being put through their paces with hula hoops, pyramids and trapeze routines ahead of their new performance
Halfway through the Broome Soccer Association 7s season the Chinatown Dragons have started to pull away at the top of table with a convincing win over second-placed Spinifex Pumas.
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