A WA woman who had her licence disqualified for life because of multiple drink-driving offences has been caught behind the wheel again after a magistrate warned her to ‘stay off the grog’.
Published by the Mitchell Institute at Victoria University, the report highlighted a wealth/poverty divide in smoking rates across the country.
The talented 19-year-old is bound for Assumption College and poised to play in the NCAA division-two competition under head coach Scott Faucher.
The State and Commonwealth-funded $20 million contract awarded to Wongutha Way Alliance was announced last week.
Esperance Mini Golf was back in action during the long weekend as Kalgoorlie-Boulder tourists descended on the seaside town for a long-awaited visit.
he zero per cent increase comes as a part of the COVID-19 Recovery Plan — an effort by the Shire to cushion the economic blow of coronavirus.
Since 2008, Dry July has raised funds to help cancer support organisations such as the Leukaemia Foundation continue to improve patient care, comfort and wellbeing.
The WA Day weekend tourists provided a much-needed cash injection for the local businesses that chose to open, after suffering through what was a tough few months
Driving under the influence of cannabis is not new for Stidworthy, who faced the same charges in 2016 and 2017, and receiving a suspended prison sentence in 2018 for moving almost 850g of cannabis
Inspired Life Kalgoorlie owner Willow Shanks said there was a lot of work to do to get the gym up and running when phase three of the easing of restrictions comes in on Saturday.
Homemade Sri Lankan delicacies, succulents, cacti, honey and fresh cooking ingredients were among the array of goods at the Esperance Growers Market over the long weekend.
Speaking to the Kalgoorlie Miner last week, president Brodie Clynk said the club was hopeful of playing a carnival or two later in the year.
The first full quarter under new joint-venture partners Saracen Mineral Holdings and Northern Star Resources led to the Super Pit increasing output to 117,127oz
From Saturday, the State will be another step closer to normal with a significant increase in the maximum number of people who can attend restaurants, pubs and cafes.
Taylar Amonini and Tegan Guthrie
The modified no entry sign on the fence of 28 Park Street was reported to the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder last weekend
More than $720 million raised through the Federal Government’s controversial robo-debt program will be refunded.
Rescued from Shenton Park Animal Rescue, Zara moved to Esperance about seven years ago
Kalgoorlie-Boulder Brendan Brinkworth celebrated the big 5-0 in Kalgoorlie-Boulder with no plans to leave after arriving for a two-year stint, 28 years ago.
A new canteen near a popular family playground will be popping up soon thanks to a local disability service provider.
A Goldfields man accused of attacking his former partner with a meat cleaver has had his bail application rejected for a second time for allegedly pressuring her to drop charges against him.
The Shire of Esperance confirmed the YHA would remain open after rumours were sparked the facility would close and leave travellers out in the cold.
Shire of Esperance president Cr Ian Mickel this week told the Miner that chief executive Matthew Scott’s performance during the last year would not be reviewed.
The facility will allow those experiencing deteriorating mental health to access help in a residential setting, and help those who have been admitted to hospital integrate back into the community.
One year after the death of beloved local teacher and soccer player Domanique O’Reilly, her family say they still have no closure and no official cause of death.
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