Two targeted COVID-19 vaccination events in Kwinana over the next few days are aimed at making it easier for Aboriginal people in the area to get the jab.
A former Liberal candidate who quit during the last State election after spreading conspiracy theories linking 5G technology with COVID-19, was behind a Coronavirus related protest in Baldivis today.
The organiser of Mandurah’s disastrous Bali Fest, Leigh Rose, is under investigation by the financial crimes squad for allegedly stealing from a charity tin.
The crew member aboard the Allegra ship — who tested positive to COVID-19 yesterday — has now tested negative to the virus.
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Chris Britza and Barb Green have collaborated to form the Luminosa exhibition, celebrating colour and light at its most intense.
Safety Bay Primary School marked R U OK Day with the unveiling of the school’s own Blue Tree Project.
Celebrating her heritage through dance, Baldivis’ Poppy Scott will next month show off her skills at the Armadale Highland Gathering.
The State Government has delivered a major election commitment by rolling out a pilot program to help divert patients away from emergency departments and into GP clinics.
A man who urinated outside a police station and told police he did it because he didn’t “respect” them has been fined $1000.
A pawn shop employee who stole more than $13,000 in cash and goods from his employer has narrowly avoided being sent to jail.
A homeless couple living out of a caravan are still sleeping rough more than a month after meeting with the Premier in the East Rockingham homeless camp.
Connecting the community through fashion while also promoting sustainability, a Frock Swap will give residents the chance to trade in their clothes and accessories for some new outfits.
An inmate at Casuarina Prison has been fined $500 after he convinced his partner to smuggle methamphetamine and cannabis into the jail.
A controversial policy surrounding the use of synthetic turf on verges has been passed by the City of Rockingham council.
Rockingham council has approved an extra $118,000 in funding to help promote a beachfront horse racing event.
Young artists will be showcasing their works when the headspace exhibition launches in Rockingham tomorrow night.
Established as a way to kick-start communication between the extensive art communities in the area, the Rockingham Artist Network is calling for those interested in any forms of art to get involved.
Throwing yourself out of a plane at any age is a daunting thought, but Port Kennedy resident Brian Phoebe decided to do so to mark his 90th birthday.
The Rockingham Regional Arts annual More Smalls exhibition is now open, with a range of artwork available for purchase.
News that a new Outer Harbour will be built in Kwinana has been met with mixed responses.
The Outer Harbour is set to be built in Kwinana after the Westport Taskforce last week revealed the five short-listed options for WA’s new port development.
The Wellard Opportunities Expo will be held this weekend with the aim of connecting potential employees with job opportunities.
A young female teacher was last Friday jailed for 7 1/2 years for sexually abusing two female pupils.
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