Police have released the name of a man who died after a single vehicle rollover in the Geraldton suburb of Wandina yesterday.
Adam Poulsen and Geoff Vivian
Shires across the Mid West are facing a massive clean-up effort, after ex-tropical cyclone Mangga dumped soil up to 200mm thick on bitumen roads.
Every winter the Greenough River, swollen with rainfall, overflows into the sea at Cape Burney. This year the exact opposite happened.
If you didn’t live in Geraldton, then where in WA? We asked Dave Fiorenza, Janelle Phillips, Trudi Cornish, Mike Bowley, Kelly Eastough, Kyme Rigter, Shane Van Styn, Donna Payne and Sally McKenzie.
Social distancing rules spark nostalgic memories of when Geraldton had three drive-in movie theatres.
Filling holes is child’s play for Geraldton dentist Geoff Noonan. Like his hole in one at Spalding Park golf course — a memorable moment on the eve of his 43rd wedding anniversary.
A Geraldton mother who stabbed her abusive partner in the shoulder with a knife has been told by a judge to stay clean or be sent straight to jail.
Promising former Geraldton footballer Dale Ashley Wallam — who at one point attracted AFL interest — has pleaded guilty to a string of drug and domestic violence offences.
The waiting game continues with a decision on the Great Northern Football League season tonight postponed for another month.
Successful tenders for earth works, roads and car parks at the redeveloped Geraldton Health Campus — worth $10.8 million — will be announced next week.
Geraldton’s Andrew Stokes prepares for a whole new ball game, where the spectator numbers are simply staggering. “I’ve got mates going to colleges where home game (crowds) are 110,000.”
Could singer Casey Donovan’s “drive-in” concert be a template for local football in Geraldton this year?
A Geraldton dad who led police on a high-speed chase has been denied his request to see his young daughter “just one more time” before he was led off to prison.
“It’s full of faeces, drugs, syringes, rubbish ... and last week I saw a woman jump to the ground from the third floor. I thought she would be dead. She got up, gave a thumbs-up and ran off.”
The police officer who fatally shot Aboriginal woman Joyce Clarke in Geraldton last year will stand trial after he indicated he will fight allegations he is a murderer.
“This is a long-term problem, there is no quick-fix.”
“The message of the sign seems pretty straightforward. But you always get those who believe they can go wherever they want.”
“In our time of lockdown, this old man certainly grabbed the imagination of millions — a ray of sunshine in the darkness.”
“Business is primarily about relationships and knowledge. This is where I know I can help.”
A Geraldton doctor is warning people not to ignore health issues after noticing a 30 to 40 per cent fall in patient numbers, presumably due to COVID-19 fears.
Strong winds during today’s storm caused by Ex-Tropical Cyclone Mangga has blown down a home on David Road in Waggrakine as revealed in dramatic phone footage.
Firefighters are currently battling an “out of control and unpredictable” bushfire in the Geraldton suburb of Waggrakine.
Geraldton resident Thelma Panayotakis was lucky enough to celebrate her 100th birthday surrounded by family, just days after the State relaxed COVID-19 restrictions.
Some of Geraldton’s gyms are opening with plenty of precautions to avoid possible coronavirus spread.
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