The wildlife manager snapped alongside dead animals is the son of a South African trophy hunter who shot and killed one of his farm workers — while his brother was also charged over a man’s death.
Shannon Hampton & Josh Zimmerman
Aboriginal artist Jason Dimer has been commissioned to paint the piece on the concourse of the museum.
A global pandemic was no match for Boulder’s theatre troupe Stage Left, who moved from on-stage productions to a new podcast.
The money raised was used to buy blankets which will be distributed to local families by the Sisters of Charity during the colder months.
Eastern Goldfields Regional Prison could be one of the first prisons in WA to use robo-officers, with operational testing of an autonomous security vehicle starting this quarter.
Shire of Coolgardie’s chief executive has returned to regular duties this week after a few days off following his involvement in a two-car crash at the weekend.
Esperance’s Shelley Payne is wading into the sharp end of politics for the second time after being preselected as a WA Labor candidate for next year’s State election.
Victor Smith travelled to Esperance on Saturday and did what Victor Smith is known in Kalgoorlie-Boulder for doing — booting bags.
A local animal rescue group lent a hand to the region’s most isolated Aboriginal communities which had been left without regular vet care because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Fairbridge College took over the Goldfields Camp School premises this year, offering 15 places for its specialised CARE program, focused on curriculum and re-engagement.
Kalgoorlie-Boulder business kingpin Ashok Parekh believes the city might be on the cusp of boasting regional WA’s biggest nightclub with the development of two new areas at the Gold Bar.
A proposal to reduce access to sophisticated heart-scanning technology across Australia will cost patients in regional WA their lives, according to local medical imaging specialist Pete Tually.
Hannans Celtic’s resurgent A-grade side is sitting pretty atop the Goldfields Soccer Association ladder after Sunday’s 2-1 victory against Boulder at Ray Finlayson Sporting Complex.
A Kalgoorlie-Boulder businesswoman has taken the hard work out of selecting the perfect gift for local mothers-to-be.
The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder remains among the top-10 most financially healthy local governments in the State, despite scoring lower than in previous years.
An “Aboriginal engagement specialist” is being sought for the radical overhaul of Kalgoorlie’s central business district.
Hopes of prosperity have been buoyed by a sustained rally in the gold price, analyst forecasts and recent manoeuvring by local mining companies.
Under a new agreement with the State Government, Rex will increase its flights from Perth to Albany and Perth to Esperance to eight per week each from next Monday.
The Goldfields Aboriginal Language Centre’s win this week in the WA Heritage Awards is recognition of the hard work and dedication of local first language speakers.
Troy Raymond Woods, who is know to travel to Kalgoorlie-Boulder and Esperance, was last seen on Great Easter Highway Midland on Wednesday June 24.
A Kalgoorlie-Boulder cafe has seen its sales triple since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, with the boost attributed to the venue’s recent face lift and a renewed hunger for dining out.
Complaints were initially registered with the shire early last month, suggesting trees cleared from the new Esperance TAFE were disposed on private property.
Mining and Pastoral Member yesterday told the Kalgoorlie Miner he could see the McGowan Government working on a campaign that would show “a plan for the Goldfields”.
Buses are booking out for a peek at Australia’s biggest open pit gold mine ahead of the first tour in more than three months.
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