Beneficiaries of the Rotary Club of Boulder’s online radio auction were handed cheques last week for their approved projects.
Mr O’Donnell on Saturday said he had twice been prevented from landing at Eucla because of residual moisture from rain days beforehand.
Feelings of safety will be bolstered in Esperance as the Shire moves forward with upgrading and implementing more CCTV across the city centre and foreshore.
A Warburton man who drunkenly brandished a 25cm knife in front of a Kalgoorlie-Boulder pizza bar “to fight white dogs off” has been sentenced to 10 months jail.
The Prenti Downs Station manager said politicians should be held to the same account as miners entering mine sites — a zero tolerance approach to alcohol.
The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder will be tipping $10,000 into a fund for victims of last month’s Wooroloo bushfire, which destroyed 86 homes east of Perth.
Esperance is bracing for an influx of visitors come the Easter long weekend in April, with accommodation providers saying they are fully booked with happy campers ready to explore the south-east.
The long weekend just gone was a case in point, with about 40 people gathering to undertake a boat skipper’s ticket course and have “a bit of fun”.
The $20,000 sponsorship being paid to Outback Car Hunters will be ploughed back into small local businesses that feature in one of three Goldfields episodes
It was all-rounder Chris Cole who delivered the goods for his team, showing noteworthy resolve with bat and ball during a tournament-defining super over.
“You don’t have to be a Rhodes scholar to know Mark McGowan should be re-elected.”
Shire of Esperance president Ian Mickel says live streaming of council meetings is still on track to happen, although his chief executive has admitted the situation is “not that important”.
Announced by Regional Development Minister Alannah MacTiernan and candidate for Kalgoorlie Ali Kent last week, the funding would help the local sporting community if Labor is re-elected on March 13.
The Shire of Esperance will funnel another $100,000 into a cost-saving trial to recycle dredged sand at Bandy Creek Boat Harbour to ease coastal erosion in Esperance Bay.
A Kalgoorlie magistrate has shown a Kalgoorlie-Boulder woman mercy despite her skipping town while serving an order for dishonesty offences.
“I think anybody who knows me knows that I am very open.”
The delay in handing over the head lease was front and centre of debate at Kalgoorlie Town Hall on Thursday.
Domestic violence survivor Dr Ann O’Neill has been announced as the keynote speaker at an International Women’s Day event aimed at inspiring and empowering Kalgoorlie-Boulder women
The Moment with Kav will be at DeBernales, with the singer performing Eskies hits, along with those from his own releases
Foodbank launches mobile food service to help families doing it tough access healthy and affordable produce
Sharon Duffy shares her son’s struggles with the mental health system in hopes of seeing greater support for regional youth
The PCYC’s bumper school summer holiday program has proved its success this season, leading to a reduction in youth crime and mental health improvements.
Great Boulder captain Bevan Bennell believes the top-tier reigning premiers have enough firepower to cause havoc in the white-ball format.
The Liberals want to make changes to the process of regional development, with the shadow minister promising to “unwind the politicisation” of the sector.
Taylar Amonini & Amber Lilley
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