A Broome woman accused of killing her girlfriend in a drink-driving tragedy on Sunday had her licence cancelled two months earlier for getting behind the wheel drunk. Tamara Lorimer, 43, on Tuesday faced Broome Magistrates Court charged with manslaughter after allegedly running over her partner, Doreen-Joan Lindsay, 35, at a Cable Beach home on Sunday after an afternoon of heavy drinking. The court heard Ms Lorimer did not notice Ms Lindsay behind her car when she reversed down the driveway, allegedly with a blood alcohol content four times the legal limit. It was alleged Ms Lindsay was struck by and then dragged under the vehicle. The court was told Ms Lorimer jumped out of the car when she noticed what had happened and attended to Ms Lindsay who had suffered “significant injuries”. Ms Lindsay was taken to hospital by ambulance, where she was pronounced deceased. Speaking in court on Tuesday, magistrate Stephen Sharratt said Ms Lorimer had a “great number of road traffic offences” to her name. Ms Lorimer in September lost her license for 42 months for driving a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol. Tributes on Tuesday flowed for Ms Lindsay, a well-known Broome local who worked at the hospital and played for Towns Football Club alongside Ms Lorimer. “Doreen was the most beautiful happy person. Love and hugs to her kids and family,” one reader posted. “My heart aches for both families so much, I know how much you love her Tammy,” said another. “RIP beautiful Doors, your happy, bubbly smiling face will be sadly missed around Broome Hospital and the community,” a colleague posted. Ms Lorimer will next appear at Stirling Gardens Magistrates Court on January 19, 2022.