A mother charged over a fatal crash which killed two young children including her own daughter has made her first emotional appearance in court.
With just a few snips and the buzz of an electric razor, almost two-dozen students and teachers at Nagle Catholic College lost their locks for the World’s Greatest Shave.
This year has been a busy one for Geraldton Port with two new mined commodities shipped for the first time and a $10 million wharf upgrade project to accommodate mineral exports for another 25 years.
“Something as simple as yelling ‘hit him’ can have legal consequences.”
“Don’t get me wrong, I am a great supporter of the RAC. They have done and continue to do some magnificent work. But I love driving too much to surrender to a future where no one drives.”
In the market to buy a Geraldton park? This one could be up for sale if the City of Greater Geraldton is able to acquire it from the Crown.
Research suggests the great outdoors is great for mental health and Midwest Caravan Club leaders could not agree more.
The team received nominations for their work assisting police with a one-tonne drug seizure on the Abrolhos Islands, their 2019 recruitment campaign, and their continued operation during COVID-19.
Concerns have been raised over the safety of Geraldton-Mt Magnet Road, with a prediction up to 180 road trains could use the road daily as mining projects ramp up and the harvest gets under way.
The physiques of Chapman Valley’s Aaron “Pidge” Thomas and Brad Dick are as contradictory as their playing styles, but the similarity is their innate knowledge of where the big sticks are.
Regardless of whether she and her team holds the Geraldton Netball Association Senior One trophy aloft tonight, Pumas coach Nic Gleghorn knows she has already been on a winner.
Raelene Hall says it’s only right Australia help the search for the missing sailors of live-export vessel Gulf Livestock I.
The State Government announced almost $500,000 for new and emerging industries at a regional summit in Geraldton today.
There is much to do with and so many things to see in just a single day.
By Tyrhys Wilson, from his recent assignment with us as one of this year's Young Travel Writer competition winners
Stan Maley outlines his spring gardening to-do list, with a hot Geraldton summer just around the corner.
Shark Bay council wants tighter limits on recreational fishers as cleaners deal with more than a tonne of fish carcases daily on the foreshore.
Bachelor of Nursing graduate and Yamatji woman Ashlee McEwan was recognised for a near-perfect academic track record at this year’s Geraldton Universities Centre graduation.
Yullella Aboriginal Corporation has hired its food van to the Royal Mail Hotel in Meekatharra to help get staff there back on their feet after their kitchen went up in flames last week.
Two witnesses in the upcoming assault trial of Geraldton Mayor Shane Van Styn will appear by video, despite applications from his lawyer today to have them appear in person.
A convicted cop attacker told the sentencing magistrate to “hurry up” today, but the Geraldton court had the last word.
A man who sparked a lockdown of Nagle Catholic College after he was allegedly seen carrying a replica rifle on Cathedral Avenue has been ordered to leave Geraldton. He will face court next month.
Council staff were alarmed today when a man came to the front counter, asked where the gun shop was and produced what looked like a pistol. When told the shop location he left without incident.
The little locals in Three Springs celebrated the grand opening of a new daycare building recently and it has already made its mark on the community.
Buccs coach Dayle Joseph is urging Geraldton fans to turn up the noise on Saturday when his side faces the South West Slammers in their final round of the West Coast Classic.
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