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With international and State borders closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic, tourists have been exploring regional WA in large numbers.
Pilbara residents can now access free plumbing services as part of the Water Corporation’s 2021-22 Waterwise Towns program.
South African author and activist Sisonke Msimang will share her story with Roebourne residents when she visits the Pilbara next month.
Advocates from a not-for-profit organisation have spoken about ways children with disabilities could be better supported in a recent visit to Karratha.
A Chamber of Minerals and Energy WA COVID-19 response readiness campaign raised $5.2m to fund the new plane, with the Federal Government tipping in an extra $2m
The hard work and dedication of a local non-profit to save animals in the North West has been recognised at the recent RSPCA awards.
The commitment of a Pilbara-based contracting company to provide employment and training opportunities for the people of Roebourne and the wider community has been recognised.
The town is considered to be the most contaminated site in the southern hemisphere and has more than 2000 deaths linked to its blue asbestos mining operations in the 1960s.
The six-month Resourceful Mind trial has Lifeline crisis supporters dial in virtually to train people on site identified as natural listeners seen as go-to people when other colleagues need advice
A festival in the heart of the Pilbara showcasing Banjima and Aboriginal culture has been handed over to traditional owners.
Since July pharmacies have been able to deliver the AstraZeneca jab, and more recently the Moderna vaccination has also been made available to outlets.
Tom Zaunmayr and Cheyanne Enciso
Karratha musicians will be given the opportunity to work directly with WA’s largest performing arts organisation as part of a new arts and development program.
Festival-goers enjoyed a winning combination of craft beers, tasty beef and good music at the sixth annual Brew and the Moo.
Three new faces will join the Ashburton Shire council but deputy president Doug Diver failed in his bid to be re-elected.
Pilbara netballers showed off their skill and talent when they travelled 1600km to dominate a State netball competition which they proudly left as the only team undefeated.
Pegs Creek 1 moved to first place on the West Pilbara Cricket Association 40-over competition after skittling Pegs Creek 2 for 86.
Northern Spirit Warriors crushed Coral Trouts by 22 points in round five of the Karratha Basketball Association to move to third position on the ladder.
Darlene Allston, Jackie Brooks and David Gillespie were elected to four-year terms on Saturday night.
Woodside revealed in July it was working with WA recreational fishing body Recfishwest on a plan to sink the 2529-tonne Nganhurra riser turret mooring 16km off the back of the Ningaloo Reef.
Travis McNaught and Davia Gillam will represent the Karratha ward along with Pablo Miller and Waterstrom Muller while Kelly Nunn was voted in for the eastern corridor
Two Aboriginal corporations have teamed up in the Pilbara to create and source options for fleet transportation across WA.
A $1.3 million 700m boardwalk and walking trail in the Murujuga National Park has been recognised at a national architecture awards night.
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