The Department of Justice has defended its care of sick inmates at a local prison after it emerged a potentially deadly flu had spread through the facility.
Elise Van Aken
The recent Mums Mental Health and Wellbeing Expo, run by Desert Blue Connect, was a success
The biggest pet-loving couple in the Mid West are calling it quits, but the Shalom Pet Cemetery will not close
A Murchison pastoralist who applied for help through a Federal drought loan scheme has spoken out about the “bureaucratic nightmare” she found herself entangled in for 16 months.
Softball association members found sharps boxes damaged and needles scattered in the public toilets as children arrived to train.
I was honoured to be named “spirit of the games” by the judges and organisers. It is a moment I will never forget.
WA’s “hard border” is back.
Locals puzzled over how the seabird came to be 350km inland at Mount Magnet.
WA agrifood and beverage businesses looking to grow have been encouraged to apply for up to $10,000 from the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development.
Sheep producers whose properties received recent rainfall have been urged to take action to protect the productivity and profitability of their flock.
The Mid West’s cheapest land has been snapped up after being marketed from $1 a block, bringing new blood to a town of less than 300 people.
A small but mighty Mid West community has made its voice heard in Parliament after rallying together to oppose a major road development residents say will destroy homes and devastate the town.
The Geraldton Clontarf Academy will have a record number of students in 2021
Goforth’s journey has transformed from weight loss to being ‘fit for life’
Our AFL stars, like the rest of us, are “wandering out yonder”, exploring the best that WA has to offer.
Big-wave surfer Ross Clarke-Jones talks about surfing the Turtledove shoal, 80km offshore of Dongara as the climax of feature film Storm Surfers 3D.
Man jailed over an “appalling” violent attempt to evade arrest where he threw a full can of beer at the face of an officer attempting to detain him in Wiluna.
Follow the Dream Carnarvon celebrated 15 years of fostering academic excellence in Aboriginal students at the Gwoonwardu Mia-Gascoyne Aboriginal Heritage and Cultural Centre last Thursday.
Would we be better off without mobile phones? Have we lost more than we gained with the smartphone juggernaut?
The outraged partner of a Greenough Prison inmate has claimed the facility was entering its fourth week of a deadly influenza outbreak but was not providing good enough care to the infected prisoners.
Yvonne Newman has established an amazing garden around her house in Eighth Street, Wonthella.
Hardworking Mid West farmers and agricultural workers can kick off their boots and dance the night away next month, with a Dongara cattle vet worker launching a new forum for isolated workers.
Regional Development Australia Midwest Gascoyne and RDA Wheatbelt are offering free access to 98 per cent of Australia’s available grants.
I’m not blind to the issues with using social media but the bottom line of it is it’s the best way I have to keep in touch with family and friends, writes Raelene Hall.
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