Not long after Bobby Pepper’s shock death last month from a suspected heart attack, Amy Teakle made a suggestion to her farming father-in-law Greg Teakle.
Maybe, just maybe, we will see Liam Hunt on the basketball court again, after he was grounded with a potentially career-ending injury
The Northern Zone side that will compete in the inter-zone carnival in February has been announced
A survey of Geraldton’s homeless has revealed the average time the city’s most vulnerable have spent living on the streets is almost five years, while just half admit using drugs and alcohol.
A woman who was sexually assaulted while asleep alone in a Geraldton motel room by a burglar on a cocktail of drugs and alcohol has bravely faced her attacker in court.
Every time someone comes to Geraldton for a visit, I take them to Flow.It’s the tastiest way to make a friend a little jealous about my cool, calm and casual lifestyle in this bite-sized coastal city.
Jack Clifford was only two years old when his mum lost her fight with cancer, but he knows she’s in his corner when he fights
The Department of Justice has defended its care of sick inmates at a local prison after it emerged a potentially deadly flu had spread through the facility.
Elise Van Aken
A Geraldton man has faced court the day after he allegedly fired a homemade shotgun at a man he was arguing with — nearly hitting two bystanders.
A second kerbside bin will be a part of every Geraldton household by 2022, with the council passing an updated plan to better manage the city’s waste and the environment.
Geraldton audiences have finally been able to return to the theatre to see talented locals sing and dance their way through musical favourites of the silver screen.
The recent Mums Mental Health and Wellbeing Expo, run by Desert Blue Connect, was a success
Two men have been arrested by Geraldton police today after gunshots were suspected to have been fired during a surbaban disturbance.
Liam Beatty & Elise Van Aken
The biggest pet-loving couple in the Mid West are calling it quits, but the Shalom Pet Cemetery will not close
Softball association members found sharps boxes damaged and needles scattered in the public toilets as children arrived to train.
I was honoured to be named “spirit of the games” by the judges and organisers. It is a moment I will never forget.
WA’s “hard border” is back.
Locals puzzled over how the seabird came to be 350km inland at Mount Magnet.
WA agrifood and beverage businesses looking to grow have been encouraged to apply for up to $10,000 from the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development.
Sheep producers whose properties received recent rainfall have been urged to take action to protect the productivity and profitability of their flock.
The Mid West’s cheapest land has been snapped up after being marketed from $1 a block, bringing new blood to a town of less than 300 people.
A small but mighty Mid West community has made its voice heard in Parliament after rallying together to oppose a major road development residents say will destroy homes and devastate the town.
A man accused of threatening a woman at a Coles Express earlier this month claimed he had suffered a breakdown on the night of the alleged incident, leaving him with no memory of events.
The Geraldton Clontarf Academy will have a record number of students in 2021
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