After more than eight years of debate, City of Rockingham councillors have at last voted to let the community elect their mayor.
Chart-A-Bus Rockingham owner Chris Matheson said it had been his busiest March ever up until the 18th, when he had been inundated with booking cancellations.
Two Baldivis schools have collaborated to create a colourful mural at the Baldivis Youth Space.
Rockingham’s Pink Ladies are gearing up to walk up to 35km in support of cancer research at the Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research.
Rockingham’s Cruising Yacht Club will host its annual Discover Sailing Day this weekend, allowing anyone who may be interested to get out on the water.
The Lucy Saw Centre Association was awarded the contract to operate the Kwinana Family and Domestic Violence Women’s Refuge set to open at the end of the year.
Mineral Resources Limited announced a three-year partnership with Lifeline WA at the company’s Kwinana workshop last week.
A mother and son have been hailed heroes after their quick thinking and teamwork saved the life of a stranger who went into cardiac arrest last month.
It will be a bittersweet victory when teen Franki Fontana finally gets to splash blue paint on to a tree in memory of her late boyfriend, Cohen Fink, this weekend.
Three schools across the City of Rockingham and Kwinana have been awarded solar panels and commercial batteries, through the State Government’s Virtual Power Plant pilot project.
More than $3000 has been raised for the family of a 13-year-old boy with special needs, whose home went up in flames just weeks before his birthday.
The City and Tourism Rockingham officially launched its Rediscover Adventure, Rediscover Rockingham marketing campaign today.
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WA football’s night of nights was back in a big way when this year’s Sandover Medal count was held at Crown Perth tonight.
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Fremantle’s physio of 25 years Jeff Boyle will leave the club after completing post-season physical assessments.
These are the faces eight families don’t want you to forget. Loved ones who went to work and never returned. Now a campaign to make employers accountable for deaths like theirs has almost been won.
A former bartender giving evidence in the trial of Geraldton mayor Shane Van Styn for alleged assault says she saw him punch a man in the face, but the cross-examination cast doubt over her statement.
A Norseman man accused of fatally stabbing another man during an argument at a West Kambalda house will stand trial over the alleged crime.
The Premier Hotel in Albany has emerged from one of the most intriguing chapters in its 129-year history, with the completion of a multimillion-dollar renovation after an arson attack.
There was a flicker of doubt the annual forum would go ahead when coronavirus restrictions hit hard earlier in the year.
A man who accuses Shane Van Styn of assault says the mayor told him “that’s my f...... chair” before the alleged incident, but the defence contends the alleged victim was drunk and causing trouble.
Next week’s Federal Budget will pump $100 million into new regional recovery partnerships which will support areas like regional WA where local tourism has been hit hard by COVID-19.
Cockburn Central Self Storage has sold for $8.6 million in a deal negotiated during the partial lockdown for the coronavirus pandemic.
The HomeBuilder scheme, along with the State Government’s building bonus, has stimulated demand for new homes.
A taxi driver who allegedly crashed his cab into a car and fled the scene has been charged with dangerous driving occasioning grievous bodily harm.
The environmental watchdog has recommended conditional approval for Miralga Creek, which could help Atlas Iron safeguard 800 existing jobs if the project goes ahead.
Another WA Police officer — the second in as many days — has been charged in connection with a pursuit that took place back in June.
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