Eleven people across the Mid West have been charged with drug offences, including two with weapons offences also, after a series of police raids last week.
Elise Van Aken
Case workers will find housing and help with medical and Centrelink appointments.
Plans for Geralton bypass put store on road to ruin.
A 20-year-old man is facing 17 charges stemming from seven home burglaries over a four-day period across the suburbs of Geraldton last month.
Tourist attraction Ellendale Pool looks set to remain closed as a lack of tradespeople in the region delays repairs to the campground toilets.
Elise Van Aken & Liam Beatty
Barely finished with high school, a young gun and recent Youth Award winner wants to inspire Mid West students to take the road less travelled and make their own place in the workforce.
A man has been jailed for two years and nine months after threatening to “put f...ing holes” in a man and stealing his phone in a “terrifying” attack on the Geraldton foreshore.
One pet parent and her four-legged son have spent nearly a decade walking for less fortunate pups, raising money for animals without “a happy place to live”.
The City of Greater Geraldton has revealed plans to save the well-known CBD leaning tree, damaged during cyclone Seroja.
Emotions ran high as Kalbarri residents raised concerns at a community meeting last week about homelessness, unemployment, mental health and the removing of road blocks for visitors.
Phoebe Pin & Elise Van Aken
Historic churches, pubs, homesteads all exposed to the weather.
Teachers, cops and a teenage surfer recognised for heroic Geraldton rescues at Coastal Bravery Awards
A former bus driver who stalked a teenage girl he used to drive to school has a ‘high risk’ of reoffending if he doesn’t get appropriate treatment, Geraldton Magistrate’s Court was told today.
WA Community Services Minister Simone McGurk visited the recovery centre at Northampton RSL Memorial Hall on Wednesday.
Geraldton councillors were close to evenly split as they debated whether to offer to buy the flattened old Victoria Hotel block and the lot behind it.
Northern bowlers have ended a nine-year drought at zone level, winning at Kelleberrin Bowling Club with players from the Batavia, Central West Coastal and Central and North Midlands leagues.
Aboriginal art centres double as “gateways” across WA catering to a tourism market that is keen for an Aboriginal cultural experience, according to manager of Yamaji Art Roni Kerley.
Tourism operators, leaders and innovators gathered for an evening of networking and celebrating the resilience of the industry at a cocktail dinner in Geraldton this week.
Team offers help with insurance claims, disputes, mortgage stress, debt, and other problems.
Rosie to farewell playing days after 135 games.
A Northampton man has written a song about living through ex-Tropical Cyclone Seroja, which saw him and his wife lose their business due to the damage.
Geraldton’s historic Leaning Tree has become a safety hazard.
A brave schoolgirl has opened up about the horrific nine-year secret she kept from her family: that her grandfather had been sexually abusing her. And not only her, but her sister and cousin as well.
Tourism could be the silver bullet in helping Kalbarri recover as it reopens to the public post-cyclone Seroja, according to industry leaders.
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