A Geraldton cyclist was punched in the face on his birthday after a man with “mental health issues” mistook the bike he was riding for his own, a court has heard.
About 5km off the Geraldton coast an orange-painted buoy with a flashing light marks South Tomi’s last resting place.
A City of Greater Geraldton contractor has been enlisted to clean up thousands of dead fish found last week along the Greenough River.
Tourists have shared their horror at seeing thousands of dead fish washed up on a riverbank near Geraldton.
Kate Ryan and Adam Poulsen
Students at Bluff Point Primary School got creative, hand-painting a mural of the school mascot at a shop in Spalding recently.
Warrick Sullivan, on behalf of the Geraldton Hockey Association which he presides over, led an approach to a company during the off season with a sponsorship proposal.
Twenty years ago, on July 2, the Sydney Olympic Torch flame came to Geraldton in the lead-up to the 2000 Sydney Olympics.
Wendy Rae Sekuloff
The Olympic torch visited Geraldton on July 2, 2000. Reporter Peter Sweeney was there and covering the “travelling torch” for its 10-day stay in WA was one of the highlights of his life.
Travis Noel Carrick, 26, has pleaded guilty in Geraldton Magistrate’s Court to 23 offences including aggravated armed robbery and admitted robbing a Geraldton bottle shop last month.
As you move closer to Colin Clarke’s painting of pretty gum leaves on a dark background, the words “Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody —1991” appear near the top of the painting.
There were nerves, there were worries — not from the teenagers, rather their mums — when Grace Potaczala and Alyssa Piper made their debuts in senior hockey.
Mayor Shane Van Styn said he was thrilled to announce the return of the City of Greater Geraldton’s school holiday activities after the COVID-19 health crisis saw the autumn program postponed.
“It is old news I know but the best way to combat Geraldton ears is to wear a hat with a good brim and use sunblock.”
Father Robert Cross is preparing a former Catholic priest’s retreat to be let out to visitors who would like to stay in a unique piece of Mid West history.
New live lobster and fresh fillets outlet on Geraldton Fisherman’s Wharf.
Authorities are warning Geraldton residents not to eat any of approximately 3000 dead and dying fish that washed up on the banks of the Greenough River this week.
Federal Employment minister Senator Michaelia Cash and deputy Government whip Senator Slade Brockman visited Dongara Marine this morning.
A 62-year-old woman could be fined more than $10,000 after she was allegedly caught with five illegally caught abalone south of Geraldton.
A Perth woman who assaulted a security guard during a tantrum at Geraldton Hospital has copped more than $2500 in fines, with a magistrate labelling her behaviour “disgraceful”.
A Geraldton man has denied allegations he offered a 12-year-old boy $500 to have sex with him and “not tell anyone”.
Fences will be erected by 7am tomorrow at the staff carpark of the Geraldton Health Campus so the $73.3 million redevelopment of the facility can begin.
A volunteer environmental group and a mountain bike club are looking for people to join in activities in the Chapman River Regional Park.
A Thornlie man has faced court after the body of a 63-year-old man was found in a house gutted by fire on Monday.
Detectives have charged a man with grievous bodily harm after a body was discovered inside a Geraldton home that was gutted by a suspicious fire.
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