Operators fear while bookings for the 2021 dry season were looking promising, constant changes to State borders meant business could disappear in an instant.
Health Minister Roger Cook’s confirmation come as the State Government confirms roll-out dates for the vaccine in the Pilbara starting March 8.
Shire of Wyndham East Kimberley president David Menzel described the loss of the town’s only department store as a “bitter pill to swallow” and noted its impact on the town’s liveability
A long suffering domestic violence victim viciously assaulted over a decade has been acquitted of stabbing her abusive partner in the chest during a row.
Conceived in 2019, the Olabud Doogethu Halls Creek Justice Reinvestment Project aims to reduce youth crime and incarceration rates
Australia’s oldest intact rock painting, estimated to be up to 17,500 years old, has been discovered in the State’s remote East Kimberley region.
The pair bowed out of the competition on Sunday night after arriving last on the tenth leg in Coober Pedy.
G’Day, the company behind Discovery holiday parks and Rottnest Island’s glamping venture, says tourism operators need to do more to promote hospitality as a career.
In releasing his party’s plan for the Kimberley last week, shadow regional development minister Dr Steve Thomas said the selected projects would “keep community spirit alive”.
According to new figures released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics, Kununurra and Halls Creek are among the top 12 baby-producing towns in WA
An evaluation of the cashless welfare card has revealed mixed results, with alcohol consumption and gambling down but most people involved in the trial left feeling discriminated against.
The program is designed to increase Aboriginal representation in the State’s police force and create a more accessible pathway for young Aboriginal people who want to become police officers
Gardener, bus driver, handyman and much-loved character of the school since 1985, Mr Rick said he was shocked to have the oval he helped build 29 years ago named in his honour.
Rooftop solar systems will be installed at Broome Senior High School as part of the Solar Schools program, if the McGowan government is re-elected in March.
A rescue operation is currently underway for a group of people on the St George Ranges in the West Kimberley region.
Seven West Media has struck a long-term agreement with Google that will see the tech giant pay for news content in its first significant deal globally with a major media company.
A WA Police officer accused of the aggravated stalking of two people in a remote Kimberley town has been released on bail and had his name suppressed.
Melbourne Demons announced the 19-year-old would be ruled out for the remainder of the season after tearing her hamstring tendon during the Demons’ round two match against Richmond Tigers
At the end of last month, bookings at the Lake Argyle Resort were up more than 400 per cent compared to the same time in 2019, the retreat’s largest season to date.
Tom Zaunmayr and Stephanie Sinclair
While several stations have already confirmed they are eager to welcome visitors, one well-known destination’s future remains up in the air
It is understood Gina Rinehart will sell her Nerrima cattle station in the West Kimberley, along with Ruby Plains near Halls Creek, but will retain Fossil Downs and Liveringa.
The former CEO of an Indigenous corporation at the centre of what one politician has labelled the “worst breach of the State’s animal welfare legislation” is expected to face court today.
For Halls Creek’s Krstel Petrevski, it was a game she would rather forget after being forced to leave the ground early with a hamstring injury.
The East Kimberley’s Mount Misery, a mountain on the uninhabited Hagan Island in the middle of Lake Argyle, has a new name as of today — Bilbiljim, meaning grasshopper dreaming.
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