Cattle, cotton, agricultural education and pasture — four farmers with a diverse range of interests have been selected as WA’s 2021 Nuffield Scholars.
Warmun students returned to their roots recently to celebrate the 40th anniversary of their school, recreating a photo from the 20th celebration.
Elise Van Aken
Five Kimberley sporting groups have been bolstered by thousands of dollars in funding from the government, recognising the high potential of the region’s athletes.
A team of East Kimberley police and their officer in charge have been named among the State’s best, beating hundreds of other entrants to be shortlisted for a prestigious award.
An Indigenous-owned organisation has opened its new state-of-the-art medical centre to the public, leading the way in mainstream and specialist health care in the East Kimberley.
Thousands of intrastate travellers have already snapped up cheap seats to the State’s north over the next 12 months after an historic 50,000 discounted airfares went out to the market.
Jack Burton has severed ties with the Yeeda Pastoral Company by selling shares and stepping down from the board, almost a year after resigning as CEO of the Kimberley pastoral empire.
As debate over the Fitzroy River rages, an environmental group is pointing to new research showing water extraction could affect a rare and endangered fish
Department of Fire and Emergency Services workers are holding a series of meetings to ensure tourists, residents and communities are ready for cyclone season.
Four Kimberley attractions and visitors’ centres are set to be bolstered by over $2 million, geared towards creating jobs, boosting tourism and preserving the environment.
Local racing punters took the opportunity to arrive in style to the COVID Cup last month.
Farmers working to build up the Kimberley’s burgeoning cotton industry are confident they will survive despite China’s order to its mills not to buy from Australian producers.
A Kununurra woman facing drug charges claimed in court she accidentally grew marijuana plants in her front yard.
Ord farmers touted as the first beneficiaries of a plan to allow workers from Vanuatu and Timor-Leste to enter WA say the measure has come too late for this year.
A Halls Creek man has had seven charges against him dropped and has been released from prison to a care facility after being declared unfit to stand trial.
A Kununurra artist tells of how her successful mother supported her to keep working while grieving her father’s loss.
Kununurra’s latest champion, a Federal Government Cabinet minister, has spoken out against the effect the State Government’s hard border stance has had on the town.
The pastoralist who manages a popular local swimming spot will shut its gates to the public next month, saying fighting between traditional-owner groups have made maintenance of the site tough.
A week after the State Government’s Containers for Change scheme launched, Kimberley residents are already putting their best foot forward in the name of recycling.
The region is set to benefit from measures announced as part of the Kimberley Recovery Plan earlier this year.
Broome Advertiser journalist Carly Laden takes a closer look at how the AFL’s Kimberley cohort fared in 2020.
In addition to manufacturer warranties, consumers are entitled to certain guarantees under Australian Consumer Law.
An East Kimberley School is one step closer to gaining two new classrooms.
There’s been a stereotypical view among some that Indigenous Australians get a lot of “free” stuff from the Government — free cars, housing and even private schooling. Here’s the truth.
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