WA researchers have discovered 13 spooky new arachnid species in the Pilbara, just in time for Halloween.
Students dressed as their favourite book characters as part of a celebration of reading and literacy at Tambrey Primary School in Karratha.
A group of Pilbara graduates have been offered jobs at Fortescue Metals Group mine sites after successfully completing their training with the company.
The town of Paraburdoo have joined the campaign to find the killer of Gerard Ross who went missing 23 years ago.
The class of 2020 was farewelled last week at an emotional ceremony that celebrated their schooling achievements.
The Exmouth community has had the chance to share their concerns about the impact of developments in the Exmouth Gulf as part of the EPA’s review of proposals in the region.
The multimillion-dollar upgrade of a key sporting precinct in Karratha is a step closer after the council endorsed the master plan.
A new network for Pilbara health professionals is set to host a series of events this month to help foster support and opportunity within the industry and help with worker retention.
Headspace Day was celebrated with a twist this year, bringing together different organisations from Karratha to recognise their hard work supporting mental health services.
A local Aboriginal youth group that recently won a prestigious WA award has spoken out about the importance of ensuring their culture is passed on to younger generations.
A Karratha entrepreneur who originally planned to established the city’s second nightclub has spoken for the first time about new plans for a multi-storey small bar with ocean views at the same venue.
Marine rescue volunteers from the North West had their dedication recognised this month at the WA Marine Rescue Awards.
A man has been flown to hospital after his Toyota Yaris rolled over while about 100km south of Exmouth on Monday last week.
Australia’s first Indigenous master mariner has been recognised at a resources award for his accomplishments and leadership skills.
Despite the challenges of COVID-19, Indigenous businesses across the Pilbara continue to strive to champion the rights and wellbeing of First Nations people.
Caitlyn Watts & Danielle Raffaele
Women are being reminded early detection of breast cancer can save lives as Hedland prepares to paint the town pink for Pilbara Pink Breakfast.
Women’s cricket in Port Hedland stepped up in status this year, registering under two of the longest-running Hedland cricket clubs to form their own competitive 35-over club season for the first time.
A local wildlife group is celebrating 20 years of helping raise, rehabilitate and release animals.
A group of emergency service cadets from across the State travelled to Tom Price this month to take part in a skills building and leadership camp.
Pilbara News spoke with Kasuanna Hunter-Aragu about her journey to become Pilbara Girl 2020 and how the program changed her life.
A Fremantle author travelled to Karratha last week to host a series of workshops for students as part of Book Week celebrations.
An Adult Community Corrections who is one of four workers alleged to have fraudulently made claims for housing subsidies has become the second person to plead not guilty.
Karratha’s containers for change refund point has joined in on the success of the Statewide program which recently hit a significant milestone.
A Wickham man accused of setting fire to a mattress under the patio of his daughter’s house, causing more than $200,000 of damage, has been granted bail.
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