The Shire of Wyndham-East Kimberley and Water Corporation are urging tourists and residents to heed warnings over the dangers of illegal fishing at the Ord River Diversion Dam.
After being cancelled this year because of COVID border-restrictions, one of the Kimberley’s most popular events — the Ord Valley Muster — is set to return in 2023.
After suffering a one-point loss in round two, reigning premiers the Ord River Magpies were back in form with something to prove.
Film buffs gathered before the big screen at Kununurra Picture Gardens on Saturday night for the 31st International Short Film Festival, Flickerfest.
Fishermen from across the East Kimberley flooded the region’s waterways this weekend, hooked by the chance to win big in the annual Wyndham Supermarket Brown Water Classic.
Callum Ah Chee and Shane McAdam went head-to-head on Saturday night in the Brisbane Lions’ clash against the Adelaide Crows.
The Broome Misfits have played on to glory in the Australian Masters Games in the over 40 division on April 29 in Perth.
For National Volunteer Week the Advertiser spoke to two local volunteers about their experiences.
The MP Boys remain on top of the ladder despite suffering their first defeat of the season to the Tigers by 12 points in round 11.
Broome Towns have continued their fine form in the West Kimberley Football League, smashing the Peninsula Bombers by 89 points to remain undefeated heading into the fourth round.
Handing down his second State Budget as treasurer, Premier Mark McGowan announced several multi-million-dollar pledges for key Kimberley projects.
Shire of Broome councillor Chris Mitchell has just celebrated 30 years of being on the Shire of Broome council.
An East Kimberley Football League team has been fined $1000 for forfeiting their Round 2 match in Halls Creek after raising concerns over road safety.
A new gangway, jetty and access path have opened to facilitate trips down ancient Geikie Gorge, carved out by the mighty Fitzroy River in the Kimberley.
Broome mother Uweinna Albert has revealed her struggles in securing a day care placement for her son Keefe, having to wait in limbo on local day care centres waiting lists for up to 12 months.
A saltwater crocodile has fatally mauled a pet dog near Kununurra, just a week after a woman was attacked in the area.
A Perth 18-year-old made history last Saturday when be became the fastest solo swimmer ever to complete the 20 kilometer in the 2022 First National Kimberley Lake Argyle Swim.
The Waringarri Crows defeated the Ord River Magpies by just one point in round two over the weekend after being behind in the first term.
The Barrabundis have been crowned Kununurra Squash Club champions in the first competition for the year, after a strong win over the Mocko Paulos.
An East Kimberley Football League team has made the ‘difficult decision’ to pull out of all away games scheduled to be held in Halls Creek, citing concerns over road safety.
Three Aboriginal women who hail from the Kimberley have been selected as finalists in the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Art Awards.
Broome Towns will look to continue their winning ways in round three of the WKFL, after a strong showing against the Bidyadanga Emus in round two saw the blue and red keep their perfect record alive.
The $40.4 million juvenile crime package has received a mixed response across the Kimberley community, with some claiming the Government is failing to address the core-issue behind youth crime in the region.
Broome’s own Bailey Banfield had a stellar performance over the weekend, being named one of the Fremantle Dockers best players for the match and helping them continue their winning steak.
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