A lifelong love of the ocean has been rewarded when an Exmouth photographer's picture of a green turtle surrounded by glass fish took out the top prize in an international competition.
This year’s Games will kick off with a welcoming ceremony on October 22 and sport competitions will be held on October 23 and 24.
Australian Institute of Marine Science research associate Luke Thomas said the facility opened many opportunities.
The Gascoyne food bowl is expanding following the release of almost 300 hectares of Carnarvon land to horticulture businesses, plus the start of billionaire Andrew Forrest’s mango development.
High energy guitarist Ben Catley returns to Exmouth tonight to rock the Froth Craft Brewery.
A marine research laboratory dedicated to unlocking solutions to the biggest challenges facing the world’s oceans has today opened in Exmouth.
Six people have been slugged with fines ranging from $450 to more than $2,409 for illegal fishing along the Ningaloo Marine Park.
As foreshadowed ahead of this week’s State Budget, Housing Minister John Carey revealed a record $2.1bn social housing investment which would deliver some 275 new homes by mid-2023.
Mr Shales was president in 2017 when then-chief executive Bill Price’s signing of a $1m contract for the Royalties for Regions-funded Ningaloo Centre aquarium was investigated by the CCC
Yes it is muggy, yes it is hot and yes you might get caught out in a monsoonal dump — but they are only negatives if you make them out to be
In its final northern rainfall onset update of the year released this week, the Bureau of Meteorology predicted most of the North West had roughly equal chances of an early or late rainfall onset
A year long report into the impact of future developments on the Exmouth Gulf has found an integrated management approach was required to ensure current conditions did not deteriorate.
For more than 50 years a perceived veil of secrecy has led to some fanciful theories about what Exmouth’s VLF Towers and the naval communications station are really up to
The road from the 26th parallel to the WA-NT border is long and breathtaking, and there are plenty of great scones to enjoy on the way
Fruitco has vines in the south west, will pick its first crop at Broome this year, and is planning a big development at Carnarvon, enabling it to pick and supply markets all year round.
The environmental impact of a proposed port and renewables hub in the Exmouth Gulf will be subject to the highest possible level of assessment by the State’s Environmental Protection Authority.
Carnarvon's Jace Kempton has claimed the Brett Johnson Memorial for the first time following a high-octane weekend at the Nickol Bay Speedway.
Conservationists in Exmouth commemorated a decade of the Ningaloo Reef’s World Heritage listing last week.
Tour operators offering whale-watching expeditions are gearing up for an influx of visitors over the coming weeks as the annual migration of tens of thousands of humpback whales has begun.
A 54-year-old Busselton man drowned in a boating accident off Carnarvon at the weekend as his boat took on water during rough conditions.
Just a week ahead of the winter school holidays, two Gascoyne tourism experiences have been chosen among the best in the country for those under the age of 13.
Community dreams for the revitalisation of Carnarvon’s iconic One Mile Jetty have been dashed after a structural assessment recommended more than 1000m be demolished.
Exmouth tourism operators say it’s business as usual for them, despite heavy rain causing flooding in much of the town last week.
Liam Beatty & Cheyanne Enciso
The brave 10-year-old boy who was bitten by a shark while snorkelling at Coral Bay has spoken of the terrifying encounter for the first time.
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