The latest incident occurred on Saturday morning south of the surf lifesaving club as the tides rose to 8.8 metres, well short of the 10-plus metre tides experienced in the region.
Tom ZaunmayrEditor – Northern Papers
Geraldton has bucked the trend after becoming one of just two regional centres to see an improvement in rental vacancy rates last month.
Word is that Andrew Forrest has jetted into the Kimberley to check out stations put up for sale by rival iron ore and cattle billionaire Gina Rinehart.
Watson started the design with the traditional Claremont blue sash, making it more wavy to represent journey lines and rivers and having two circles representing communities
Footage of long queues of caravans at Sandfire Roadhouse between Port Hedland and Broome shot by blogger We Xplore Travel went viral on social media this month
The Shire of Broome last year endorsed plans for the $77.7m Entrance Point Harbour, which was soon followed by a $35m State Government commitment to the plan, which has been decades in the making
A wildfire mitigation program incorporating traditional principles and modern technologies on country has seen a 70 per cent drop in damaging fires which ravage wildlife habitats and cultural sites.
A prominent Kimberley Aboriginal corporation has a new board less than two months after their chief executive resigned.
Under-fire Labor Minister Bill Johnston made a personal apology to a regional shire president who he claimed was ‘too busy fishing’ to meet, when he was actually by his sick wife’s side.
Reports of shoppers being unable to pay for groceries or take money out from ATMs flooded community social media pages from Broome to Kununurra
Schools are making sure they are ready for any potential Perth lockdown, war gaming a scenario in which an outbreak of the Delta strain of COVID-19 leads to classes being shut down.
A former teacher and WAFLW league coach is facing multiple historical allegations of sexually abusing a student at a WA school.
After sampling more than 700 Australian wines, these are the winning drops and best value bottles from the annual tasting.
“We have a lot of flexible and quite innovative solutions around how we can hopefully make the experience the best possible for families”
Residents of six new Beachlands units were all smiles on Monday as they showed community members how their homes had been modified to make their lives easier.
Diggers & Dealers chairman Jim Walker said 2250 delegates had signed up for the annual talkfest. That is up from the 1968 who attended last year.
Beneath the quirky secrecy of a bush plot filled with space radars in the heart of WA’s Mid West, lies a love story with equal intrigue.
Police Commissioner Chris Dawson will hold a forum dealing with mental health, to start within the next few weeks, in the wake of recent suicides that have shocked the force.
An elderly man has died in a horror crash in WA’s north on Saturday.
Three teenagers were arrested in the early hours of Sunday morning after police broke up a wild party at a hotel in Perth’s CBD.
Authorities have been alerted that a Perth-bound cargo vessel from Singapore has unwell crew members.
Scott Morrison has hosed down calls to divert vaccines to NSW from states like WA, saying extra vaccines are not the solution to Sydney’s outbreak.
A Huntingdale driver has been charged after four people were allegedly ploughed down with a car in Perth’s CBD overnight.
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