The Esperance Cricket Association were last Friday crowned WA Country Week B-section winners following a sensational grand final triumph over Peel at Fletcher Park in Cockburn.
The Eastern Goldfields Cricket Association’s WA country week A-section title defence did not pan out as planned.
Bill McKenzie writes into the Kalgoorlie Miner wishing former water polo opponent Cameron Wrathall a speedy recovery after his Swan River shark attack
A Kalgoorlie-Boulder woman has been told she needs to address her issues with authority and alcohol after she breached a police order within 24 hours.
The Goldfields District Leadership Group is encouraging families to take advantage of a bus taking them back to their remote communities this Saturday
A man accused of wounding his ex-partner with his broken crack pipe and threatening to kill them both has abused a Kalgoorlie-Boulder magistrate for denying his bail.
Silver Lake Resources yesterday reported it had rounded off the December quarter with cash and bullion of $315 million and no debt, up from $303m at the end of September.
Kalgoorlie-Boulder’s council elections will be decided by postal ballot and could cost ratepayers almost $90,000 if councillors approve a proposal being tabled at tomorrow’s council meeting.
Two furious Kalgoorlie-Boulder residents have accused the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder of backing away on an earlier promise to compensate them after a stolen fleet truck was involved in a hit and run.
Rex Piggott said he wanted to recreate a trip done by his late grandfather, Martin Riegert, who was a former Harvey shire councillor and pioneering Goldfields farmer.
“It’s actually further advanced than you would think.”
Two men exposed to the gas while swimming in the lap pool were taken to Esperance hospital’s emergency department by another pool operator.
Questions have in the past been asked whether the facility, bedded up against the south-east apron of the Super Pit, is fit for purpose.
The sprightly and outspoken 85-year-old, who left the red dirt two decades ago, was in Kalgoorlie-Boulder this week leading a study tour of 40 university students.
“It’s a balancing act which we’re working on in conjunction with a bunch of agencies to assist with health, travel and food.”
Hosted by the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the expo is now in its seventh year and aims to display the liveability of the Goldfields.
There are plenty of events happening across the Goldfields-Esperance region, from pool party fun to best-dressed pub competitions.
Eastern Goldfields finished their 2021 WA Country Week A-Section campaign with victory in a light-hearted Twenty20 clash against Busselton-Margaret River
Kalgoorlie-Boulder’s long-running childcare woes will soon have some relief with construction started for a new 92-place early learning centre expected to be opened by the end of the year.
Repeated arson attacks and incidents of vandalism in Leonora have forced the only local pharmacist to cut his operating hours.
Kalgoorlie-Boulder retailers will be able to open for longer on Sundays and public holidays from this weekend.
From an emaciated Dachau camp captive to fixing railways in Kalgoorlie, Polish native Piotr Bozyk lived a rollercoaster life. Now his family is on a global quest to preserve his story
Major Crash Investigation Section officers are continuing to investigate the serious traffic incident which took the man’s life in he early hours of last Saturday morning.
Eastern Goldfields achieved the unthinkable during the A-section semifinal clash against Bunbury at College Park in Nedlands yesterday, hauling in the enormous target of 358 in just 55.1 overs.
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