Olympic FC are triple champions in Geraldton men’s soccer, narrowly missing out on winning all four divisions of the local competition.
WA Police say they have charged a 25-year-old woman from Yalgoo with dangerous driving causing grievous bodily harm after a serious crash in South Murchison last month.
Community services worker Ron Bertelsen chats one-on-one ahead of the October 16 local government elections.
Rovers will host their awards presentation tonight and it’s hard to see the Penniment-Bursill Medal going to anyone other than J.J. Clune medallist Jaimon Alone.
UF La Fiamma beat Abrolhos FC 1-0 on Saturday, with Sandy Gauci setting up Charli Layton for the only goal.
A team that could go out and play to win — that’s how the 2021 Great Northern Football League all-stars selection was picked.
The biggest event on the Geraldton netball calendar is tonight as two powerhouses play in a repeat of last year’s grand final.
Young people continue to be some of the State’s most vulnerable road users, according to the RAC, with the number of 17 to 19-year-olds killed on WA roads last year double that of 2019.
Minister MacTiernan told Mid West Major Projects Update delegates even if Oakajee wasn’t one of the selected projects, it wouldn’t deter the McGowan Government from its development.
Elise Van Aken
Almost all Geraldton residential aged care workers have now received at least one COVID-19 vaccine dose, with the handful of staff yet to get the jab giving notice of their intention to do so.
Member for Geraldton Lara Dalton has thrown her support behind landmark changes to WA’s Upper House, which opponents have slammed as a threat to regional representation.
Phoebe Pin & Josh Zimmermann
All eyes were on Geraldton this week as the State’s biggest primary industry players descended on the city for the Mid West Major Projects Update conference.
One of the kids in Exmouth who got up close to football’s Holy Grail is the great-grandson of a legend of the game.
I am standing for one of the vacant seats, hoping to carry on the good work of the council — but this is not the reason I am writing this article.
The Kalbarri Volunteer Fire and Rescue Brigade, which put in almost 1300 hours of work over three weeks in the wake of cyclone Seroja, has been recognised for their tireless efforts.
Jurien Bay locals took to their streets on Saturday to protest the State Government’s “unfinished business” which has caused an environmental disaster at their local boat harbour.
A 17-year-old boy will be sentenced next week after pleading guilty stealing tractors and cars from businesses in Geraldton’s industrial area.
Experts are reminding consumers to do their research before contracting tradies for home renovation or construction work.
As maintenance dredging starts in the Geraldton shipping channel, Mid West Ports Authority have welcomed a $9.9m Budget allocation to complete its port-wide firefighting system.
The construction industry would have overheated if the State Government didn’t step in and push back starting dates for a raft of projects, according to minister Alannah MacTiernan.
The space on Chapman Road between Durlacher Street and Cathedral Avenue is soon to be transformed by some quirky, colourful and interactive artwork.
A campaign is gearing up which will urge the Geraldton community to shop locally like never before.
The Hutt River Province north of Geraldton is unlikely to reopen to tourists after selling to a local farming family, with the ATO waiting in the wings to collect years of unpaid taxes.
Jenne Brammer and Neale Prior
A Geraldton social housing advocate has called for more detail to be released on the State Government’s plans for boarded-up homes across the city.
Elise Van Aken & Kate Campbell
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