The Victoria Hotel may now just be a pile of rubble, but Geraldton residents say a wrecking ball cannot touch the memories and friendships made while living and working at the landmark venue.
After an unfortunate crime spike in Geraldton police have had great results with the successful launch of Operation Heatshield2, writes Sen. Sgt Jason Scragg.
Sen. Sgt Jason Scragg
Council rejects tenders for Cathedral Ave roundabout project after sharp increases to civil construction costs.
Good job, three kids, four pets and possibly nowhere to live.
Contractors estimate the site of the former hotel will be cleared by Friday as Marine Terrace begins to recover from the fire fallout.
Geoff Vivian & Liam Beatty
More than half of Geraldton supermarket shoppers are still not using the SafeWA app, despite checking in being a condition of entry at most local businesses and venues.
Elise Van Aken & Phoebe Pin
Details have emerged of the Shire of Irwin’s planned $450,000 revamp of Moreton Terrace. Road closures and construction will begin in April.
Frontline workers in Geraldton will start receiving the COVID-19 vaccine in less than two weeks, as health authorities embark on the “logistical challenge” of transporting the vials across WA.
A man accused of firing a homemade shotgun during an argument on a Geraldton street will stand trial. Police uncovered a cache of weapons when he was arrested.
A dung beetle monitoring project is helping Mid West farmers graze better and piquing the curiosity of agricultural minds across the region.
Elise Van Aken & Lisa Favazzo
Earlier this month, O’Malley told me Profit Moon, the new Xhalisse EP, would be bigger, heavier and more energetic than her previous work. Well, I think she’s hit the nail on the head.
Two people have been charged after police busted an alleged cattle rustling network worth hundreds of thousands of dollars operating in the State’s north.
A “stupid” decision to throw glass bottles — one of which hit a police officer — into a near-riot outside a Geraldton pub has landed a man a suspended jail term and fine.
The City of Greater Geraldton will consider two capital works initiatives aimed at improving safety at the foreshore water park in response to concerns raised by residents.
If only I’d known about Greenough Cafe sooner, where a date with an alpaca is part of the breakfast package.
Shopkeepers call for pedestrian access and parking to be better promoted while the demolition company is on site today to begin the process of bulldozing the fire-ravage old Vic Hotel.
Geoff Vivian and Liam Beatty
Just half of Geraldton locals surveyed in a straw poll this week are willing to take the COVID-19 vaccine.
The Geraldton Guardian followed local member Ian Blayney out cavasing for votes.
Council demands more information about proposed Geraldton bypass.
A record number of visitors passed through the Kalbarri National Park this summer, with park rangers attributing the spike to the opening of the Kalbarri Skywalk last year.
Turnover for businesses have fallen by up to 80 per cent in the wake of the February 19 fire, prompting owners to hold a crisis meeting yesterday.
The City of Greater Geraldton Council has agreed to cough up $60,000 to support the highly anticipated Shore Leave festival in May.
Club jet ski rescues two people from dangerous surf
Novel funeral service only available in Jurien Bay.
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