Lisa writes about tourism, business, health, education and human interest news happening in the Mid West and Gascoyne for The Geraldton Guardian and Midwest Times.
As a Smashed Gero send-off, our brekkie brunch reviewer Lisa Favazzo has put together a handy guide to help you find your perfect breakfast match.
Paynes Find Roadhouse manager Amber Johnson said its dongas and caravan spots were filling up thanks to local mining exploration and infrastructure projects.
“It would have been our volunteers that would have to go peel them off the ground if they fell off the roof.”
A young Geraldton cancer survivor shared her touching story as the Cancer Council officially opened its new home last week.
Less than a year after spontaneously starting Glow Photography, a young photographer has taken the scene by storm by creating smashing snaps featuring the cutest of local talent.
The work week is a grind, so if you’re treating yourself to a cafe breakfast this weekend, demand that it’s sprinkled with desiccated coconut.
my date and I drove to Northampton last weekend to see the sights and mingle with the ceramic sheep.
Mullewa locals were buried at the site from 1889 to 1987, with many put in unmarked graves.
Mullewa’s new St John Ambulance sub-centre has been operating since last year, but those involved with getting it up and running lost the chance to celebrate when COVID-19 pressed pause on the world.
Little Mullewa — which holds a sizeable place in many hearts — celebrated 125 years of township and kinship as well as 40,000 years of culture on Friday, recognising recent progress and past heroes.
Three of the men behind Fitzroy Xpress boarded a last-minute flight from Broome to Perth last Tuesday to be inducted into the WA Music Hall of Fame at His Majesty’s Theatre.
The City of Greater Geraldton will support the Geraldton Yacht Club’s third bid for State funding to improve its facilities, with one councillor saying the club helped keep kids out of trouble.
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