“Once you have that information, you’re empowered.”
Police have charged the man after he allegedly grabbed his 15-year-old victim by the hair, dragged her into nearby bushland and sexually assaulted her.
James Trail had been only been serving as vice-chairman for about three weeks before he was abruptly thrust into the association’s top job last week.
Shares in Western Areas had dropped 17.74 per cent to $1.92 at yesterday’s close.
Three-quarters of regional West Australian council leaders canvassed by the Kalgoorlie Miner in the past two months said they believed R4R was worse off than it was under the former government
Australia continues to confidently emerge from COVID-19 lockdown as the UK is set to shutdown again, affecting the lives of tens of millions.
Tiffany Bakker, Angie Raphael, Jack Paynter, Ellen Ransley, David Cartwright and James MacSmith
Rastrick can play the trumpet, flugelhorn, valve trombone, tuba, acoustic and electric guitar, double and electric bass, percussion, keyboard — the list goes on.
The Attwell Park Speedway Track hosted the Albany Chamber of Commerce and Industry’s monthly catch-up on Wednesday last week.
A former WA teacher and basketball coach in Geraldton who molested a teenage student more than a decade ago has walked free from court after being given a suspended sentence.
Emily Moulton & Liam Beatty
Historic Yamatji Nation Indigenous Land Use Agreement starts today.
The Mt Barker family who created Swim for Jim to raise money for motor neurone disease research are about to embark on another drive for a cure.
The Dunsborough Lions had their hearts touched earlier this month when more than 300 locals attended the opening of their new shed, a feat funded solely through various sales and fundraisers.
The Broome Barracudas got a taste of what it’s like to train at an elite level when an Olympian and a Commonwealth Games medallist came into town.
Research found Kimberley corals had adapted to thrive in extreme environmental conditions, making them some of the toughest coral communities known to science.
After seven long years training and competing towards representing Australia on the international swimming stage, Broome’s Zac Incerti had his homecoming.
Youth in the region will be able to take the first steps towards their tertiary education and careers with a Children’s University launching in Albany.
After enjoying successful runs in Perth and a moving, special reading during a prestigious biennial Indigenous play festival in Sydney, a locally written play is finally making its way home to Broome.
Robin Yamalulu was sentenced by the Supreme Court for the series of blazes in Chinatown last year, which followed a similar incident in 2018.
Albany’s Marcelle Cannon will abseil down a 40-storey skyscraper this weekend to raise money and awareness for mental health.
A woman has admitted she is “very guilty” after she brazenly stole a bank deposit bag that belonged to a Broome business as its employee tried to deposit the money.
Geraldton swimmers were stung by jellyfish on the weekend, and according to an expert, their presence is not common in the area at this time of year.
Elise Van Aken
Two local eateries have scooped nominations for State awards, overcoming pandemic restrictions to serve up some of the west’s best food and entertainment to the community.
The usually attractive verges of Busselton and Dunsborough have started looking bare, with reports of a disappearing tree trend.
Running late with your tax? You could get slugged financially if you miss the deadline unless you make a few simple moves.
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