Four of Broome’s best boxers were in for the fight of their fledgling careers when they travelled to Geraldton recently to compete in an action-packed event.
Two Aboriginal GPs open up about the pros and cons of working in the State’s most remote region.
The partner and children of fatal shark attack victim Charlie Cernobori have paid emotional tributes to the ‘hardworking’ Broome local, following his tragic death in the water at iconic Cable Beach.
A bodyboarder set upon during a morning surf has been identified as a member of the community who lived and worked in Broome.
Jakeb Waddell and Caitlyn Rintoul
Police have praised the actions of a couple who bravely went into the water to save a bodyboarder who was attacked by a shark in Broome this morning, also revealing why they shot at the animal.
Caitlyn Rintoul and Jakeb Waddell
A Broome resident has been killed by a shark near the iconic Cable Beach this morning.
The company pulled its choppers from the Broome International Airport earlier this year in the height of the COVID pandemic but is yet to relocate back.
It was a year like no other but that did not stop the Broome sporting community from coming together to celebrate the achievements of its clubs and athletes.
Hard-fought contests have produced more outstanding results for Broome Mixed Martial Arts after a small team competed in a recent Perth tournament.
Theatre Kimberley recently took over the Broome Civic Centre to perform its latest Worn Art Revamped production Te Kore — A World Beyond in three sold-out shows.
Despite COVID-19 forcing official celebrations to be delayed by several months, several community organisations rallied together to put on several events to mark NAIDOC Week.
Magabala Books celebrates double book launch by two of the Kimberley’s most respected artists.
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Their advice determines where we can go, who we can see and what we can do in this bizarre new world living with COVID-19 but until this year few people knew what a Chief Health Officer was.
A 17-year-old girl has been charged with manslaughter over the death of a 15-year-old girl, who suffered catastrophic injuries when she was flung from the top of a car in a dangerous ‘hooning’ stunt.
The Vatican has sent WA’s longest-serving Catholic bishop on six months of ‘sabbatical leave’ away from his Kimberley diocese amid investigations into allegations of historical sex crimes.
Shannon Hampton & Carly Laden
A 33-year-old father accused of attacking a man outside a Busselton bar has been granted bail while his alleged victim fights for his life with severe brain injuries in hospital.
Pensioners living in the bush would receive an extra tank of free fuel a year under a WA Liberal government, in what is one of the party’s first pre-election promises with new leader Zak Kirkup.
Senior McGowan Government ministers directly intervened to clear the way for a lucrative Broome development proposed by an Aboriginal corporation with strong ties to the Labor Party.
Two WA families will come together at Cervantes today for an emotional ceremony to remember two media men killed in an extraordinary plane crash 60 years ago.
Hold onto your hats and dust off your cowboy boots— country music megastar Keith Urban is heading west for the first time since 2014.
KPMG partner Lisa Bayakly is embracing her transition from the corporate sector into the world of not-for-profits after 13 years at the helm of the Big Four consulting firm.
Danielle Le Messurier
Freo author Craig Silvey has opened up on navigating the tricky waters of writing about transgender issues from a cisgender male perspective — as his book Honeybee wins Dymocks’ 2020 Book of the Year.
The Premier’s expected announcement means families who have been divided by the border for up to eight months can finally reunite for the festive season.
The biggest free regional community event in WA — attracting more than 100,000 people — will not go ahead next year, Mandurah major Rhys Williams has confirmed.
A WA tech company backed by Microsoft has created an app to help businesses manage their employees more efficiently.
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