Six Aboriginal organisations in the Kimberley have received a portion of $10 million for the creation or expansion of First Nation’s ranger programs.
Broome carpentry apprentices Chadwick Albert and Brendon Roe both won best apprentice awards at the WA Building Excellence awards.
Every five years, the publication of the national census data spurs self-reflection throughout Australia, delivering the answers to a multitude of questions.
Derby District High School is about to undertake a massive redevelopment of its school grounds and facilities, costing $20.9 million.
The jewel in the crown of the State’s north west tourism industry is fast becoming a tragic tale of two cities. Broome is bristling with tourists by day, but by night it is a war zone plagued by youth crime.
Two rounds of motocross action took place at the Broome motocross track over Saturday and Sunday.
Players from the Kimberley were thin on the ground in round 16 of AFL with some being out due to injury and others out on the sub bench.
It was a thrilling Broome Basketball Association grand final on Wednesday night, with a crowd gathering at the Broome Recreation and Aquatic Centre to watch the Mp Boys and the Kings go head to head.
The Broome Saints and the Peninsula Bombers battled it out for the Kullarri NAIDOC trophy, in both the women’s and men’s competitions in the NAIDOC round of the WKFL over the weekend.
It was a disappointing game for Flames last week who suffered a single-point loss to the Broome Towns, losing their chance to move up the ladder.
A policy that will require short-stay accommodation property owners to register their property with the Shire, along with a slew of other regulations has passed council.
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The son of a leading Perth surgeon has been allowed to continue his training as an intern in a public hospital despite being accused of sexually assaulting a fellow medical student at a boozy celebration.
The Shire of Augusta-Margaret River is undertaking another review of dog exercise areas.
Local Government Minister John Carey has defended the State Government’s intention to reduce the number of Kalgoorlie-Boulder councillors, says the city is ‘overgoverned’.
The Shire of Esperance has received $431,900 to undertake bushfire mitigation activities on Shire-managed land.
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The State Government has announced the transfer of Crown land in Kalgoorlie-Boulder for a major expansion of aged-care accommodation at Pringle Village.
Schwenkes Dam is now home to a man-made wetland which aims to mitigate the impacts of previous mining operations and act as a haven for fresh water species facing a “decline” in perennial water sources.
A long-awaited overhaul of Kalgoorlie-Boulder’s town planning scheme has been approved by council after years of consultation.
WA has recorded a second-consecutive day of rising COVID numbers amid fears Australia will soon be hit with its third Omicron wave.
Former foreign minister Julie Bishop and her long-time boyfriend David Panton have broken up — while our for dinner.
There will soon be no elephants to visit at Perth Zoo, with the death of Tricia to trigger the end of her enclosure.
Former attorney-general Christian Porter is acting for underworld figure Mick Gatto in the country’s highest court as he bids for an appeal in his defamation action over a report about the Lawyer X controversy.
Vincent mayor Emma Cole and councillors have held firm against staunch opposition and voted in favour of a major rate rise and to abandon free parking for the first hour at its Leederville paid carparks.
The mother of a three-year-old who was put into an induced coma after being hit by a car over the weekend has shared some good news.
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