The Department of Health has warned Pilbara and Kimberley residents to take additional precautions to avoid mosquito bites, following continued detections a deadly virus near towns in both regions.
Elise Van Aken
A study focusing on young people in Port Hedland will try to understand why they leave the regional town.
Hedland families struggling to put food on the table will soon have access to a Food Bank-style service set up by local not-for-profit association Bloodwood Tree.
A $95 million modern revamp of the Port Hedland coast is one step closer after clearing the State environmental approvals process.
The Pilbara’s natural gas stores are under a new spotlight, with the State Government pushing to establish a natural gas fuelling hub for bulk vessels, which could create more than 100 local jobs.
The WA Nationals have named their Pilbara candidate for the March 2021 State election.
Struggling Pilbara tourism businesses are hoping the State Government’s latest recovery funding lifeline will help keep them afloat.
At-risk children in the North West will soon have access to more sports equipment to help them stay fit and active during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The fledgling North West oyster industry marked a significant milestone recently, after researchers successfully bred a black-lip rock oyster.
Rainbows were emblazoned over a tree in Karratha over the weekend as part of a worldwide stand against prejudice in the local community.
A Ngarluma woman has been promoted to the rank of sergeant at the Pilbara Regiment in recognition of her dedication to the Federal Government’s Closing the Gap strategy.
The Department of Justice is under fire for ignoring calls to address health risks to prisoners in Roebourne, who are sleeping in cells with overnight temperatures averaging 33C.
A new education resource co-created by young people in the Pilbara has been launched to teach students about Aboriginal culture in an interactive way.
A 30-year-old man has drowned while snorkelling off the Exmouth coast during a camping trip with friends.
To celebrate World Turtle Day, Care for Hedland want you to name the Port Hedland Turtle for 2020!
Schools across the Pilbara were back in action this week with their grounds flooded with smiling students returning for the start of Term 2.
Residents in the Pilbara are able to go camping at popular national parks, with the State Government lifting restrictions which saw the parks closed to minimise the spread of COVID-19.
The Pilbara’s biggest art prize will be presented online this year, with the Cossack Art Awards moving from the ghost town due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Mental health workers in the Pilbara are urging the community to join them in an initiative to raise awareness for mental health and wellbeing.
Medical workers across the region are set to be bolstered by an online one-stop shop to upskill, learn and communicate that will be launched this week.
A Pilbara man who was released on a suspended prison sentence for nearly killing two dogs when he cut their IV lines while breaking into a Karratha veterinary clinic has faced court again.
A grandfather has praised the Royal Flying Doctor Service for helping him after his near-fatal experience last year.
A Nickol man has pleaded not guilty over a string of charges relating to an alleged police chase in Karratha last month.
A Pilbara electrical company has installed Karratha’s first Tesla battery in a home to help power the residence in an innovative way.
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