Several of the ideas have precedent, mostly in the Pilbara which famously faced a housing crisis which left people having to sign up to a lottery to get a block in town during the last boom
A survey conducted by Kimberley business chambers found businesses were unable to fulfil their workforce needs to meet current demand despite government strategies and initiatives during COVID
The softly spoken first-term Liberal MP, pictured, is the only viable Opposition voice to the McGowan juggernaut north of Onslow and is one of only two new Liberal members in Parliament
One of WA’s most celebrated Indigenous pastoralists has admitted to a string of horrific child sex offences believed to have taken place at the Kimberley station his family has run for two decades.
A year on and interstate travel can still be complicated but other than that life is pretty much “business as usual” for most of us, writes CME WA boss Paul Everingham
If the carparks at the boat ramps are anything to go by, the fishing bug has well and truly been caught by the fishos
Darren ‘Dags' Cross
Neve Grant, Jonni Ockerby, Kayleigh McGaffin, Minaki Connelly, Max Mitchell and Spencer Groenenberg all qualified for multiple events across the weekend,
The Department of Communities has not denied it is considering purchasing existing homes in town to house government workers as the public service deals with Broome’s rental crisis.
Sam Jones & Tom Zaunmayr
Skeen and Bradshaw endured a gruelling weekend, which ended in success after Skeen won the under-18s 100m final.
Businesses across Broome’s historic Chinatown precinct have battled with the break-ins, with some, including the Green Mango Cafe, enduring multiple robberies within two months.
The holiday hotspot has emerged as an unsuspecting victim of cyclone Seroja with deliveries unable to reach the region due to flooded roads.
Country Downs Station’s owners have described the heartbreaking scene they arrived to on Sunday morning where their prized stud bull had been shot blind and another butchered and left to rot
Police are seeking information on a string of shocking events in which cattle from Country Downs Station were shot dead and butchered in broad daylight on the side of the road.
The public submission period involves consultation with stakeholders including traditional owners, the community, and commercial and recreational anglers.
With training having started a few months ago, the teams are not wasting any time getting into gear before the season starts on April 23
TJ and Joshua Anderson flew to Perth to make their debut at the State titles in late March, competing against opponents from more than 20 gyms across WA
Despite not having a local masters club to train with, Peter Kaupert swims 2km at least four times a week, and has been training solely for the Masters event for months
The Warrmijala Murrgurlayi agriculture pre-employment training program saw participants undertake low-stress stock handling training at Gumbaranganyjal Roebuck Plains Station
A “mechanism to attract tourism”. Exploiting the “pink dollar”. Taking “personal gain”. These are a few of the phrases used to describe modern day Pride by the people the event is meant to support
Caitlyn Watts, Elise Van Aken & Grace Hendry
New research suggests bone artefacts found in a well-known Kimberley cave are among the oldest bone tools in Australia, dating back almost 46,000 years.
Broome has welcomed the first large expedition cruise ship back to the region one year after COVID-19 scuppered the industry.
Broome singer-songwriter Tanya Ransom did the outback proud at this year’s Western Australian Music Awards, winning the gong for best regional act.
The days of parking wherever you want in the the Shire of Derby-West Kimberley look to be numbered after staff were instructed to begin the process of introducing parking laws throughout the region.
A Broome calf who thinks he is a dog has become a local celebrity thanks to his quirky behaviour.
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