A rare tourism development opportunity on the Point Samson coast has been labelled a game changer by the local tourism body.
Music is a living, breathing thing. That was the message Stephen Pigram and the Sonus Ensemble wanted to leave with children who took part in a percussion workshop at the Karijini Experience.
Kununurra residents will now have access to year-round markets, with local stallholders keen to make the most of increased tourist numbers.
The emerging industry of Indigenous fashion was on display in the heart of the beautiful Karijini landscape.
A host of Exmouth residents got a rare lesson in wildlife imagery with award-winning photographer Gary Meredith this month.
Pilbara communities will come together to commemorate the Anzac spirit in person this year as services return across the region following last year’s COVID-19 halt.
Getting builders to the Mid West and restoring power to farmers must be the immediate priorities to support cyclone-affected communities, according to the local MPs representing the devastated areas.
East Kimberley residents will be able to commemorate Anzac Day in person this year, with traditional dawn services returning following last year’s live streamed event.
The fate of Carnarvon’s One Mile Jetty remains uncertain after cyclone Seroja tore apart the 124-year-old landmark.
The Ord River Magpies have set the bar high for the East Kimberley Football League’s 2021 season, after keeping the Waringarri Crows scoreless in round two of the women’s competition.
The Big Australian is primed to cash in on decade-high iron ore prices after booking record nine-month production from its Pilbara operations.
Stand-up veteran Fiona O’Laughlin will join Kevin Kropinyeri and Ivan Aristeguieta in Kununurra from May 25 to deliver laughs to a packed crowd at Celebrity Tree Park’s Muster Hub.
The Department of Biodiversity, Conservations and Attractions last week announced further delays to opening times at several popular sites
Excitement has come to a head in Busselton as one of the best running events in the South West is finally going ahead after its postponement due to COVID-19.
Dozens of Ni-Vanuatu workers have landed in Kununurra to relieve local businesses struggling with staff shortages, but there are concerns it could be weeks before more international workers arrive
The Chase Australia’s official Shark, Brydon Coverdale, has created a new daily quiz challenge. How’s your general knowledge? Take his quiz.
Albany-raised personal trainer Nat Bakker will embark on a gruelling 100km ultra-trail run in the Stirling Range National Park on Sunday to raise money for charity
A “well-respected” Aboriginal elder who sexually abused two cousins more than 30 years ago as a teenager has been sentenced to 100 hours of community service in Geraldton today.
Two Albany juveniles who went on a school-holiday vandalism spree have pleaded guilty to causing $15,000 worth of damage to Flinders Park Primary School.
A respiratory expert has urged residents in cyclone-ravaged towns to wear masks when handling asbestos, as it is revealed that ‘background levels’ of airborne asbestos have been detected in Kalbarri.
The nickel miner has started 2021 on a stronger production footing following a first-half dogged by declining grades, higher costs and production downgrades.
A soil testing program by a well-known Busselton management group has helped farmers limit their off-farm impacts.
As footy champion Harry Taylor writes, if he knows one thing about folk from the towns around where he grew up is that they have a truckload of spirit.
“It took me 36 years to realise it was not my fault.”
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