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.
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.
A bubbly but hard-working man with a “heart of gold” is how Mervyn Cashin’s family will remember the respected 59-year-old nurse, who sadly passed away on Tuesday surrounded by family.
EXCLUSIVE Elise Van Aken & Liam Beatty
An “incredible” influx of recreational fishers into Shark Bay has led to a rise in rescues recently, but boaters have been praised for their preparedness by the local Volunteer Marine Rescue group.
BP blamed COVID-19 restrictions for interrupting their national remediation program after leaving a Mid West shire with a contaminated service station for four years.
City abandons move to buy old Fire Station, superblock and South Gate Dunes.
Final report on freight corridor is expected late January.
A glitzy glamping venture is set to be launched in the town of Leeman in a bid to draw tourism to the “hidden gem”.
One mission, one community, one heart — that’s the essence of a new rap song and video featuring the creative youth of Wiluna front and centre
Geraldton’s pressure-cooker rental market is being squeezed to record levels, while sales activity is soaring as the city is fast becoming a full house.
In her latest Station Life column, Raelene Hall hits back at The West reporter Ben Harvey’s opinion piece, in which he targeted several regional towns.
We all have things we want to achieve while we can, but in his latest Pom in Oz column Derek Goforth looks into how the concept of a bucket list came to be.
The neighbour involved in the Chapman Valley dog death case says staffy put down by rangers had twice attacked her pet kelpie.
The man whose “erratic” actions caused police to place Nagle Catholic College into lockdown last month has been sentenced after pleading guilty in Perth.
A long-time employee for the Geraldton Regional Aboriginal Medical Service has died in hospital four days after he was discovered outside his Rangeway home with serious injuries.
In a generous act, a 72-year-old man who had been assaulted by a stranger with anger issues asked for his assailant to be spared any jail time.
Tane Phillip Jon Hough, 27, was arrested by police at his Dongara home after a raid at 12.50pm on September 23.
A family is devastated and outraged after Chapman Valley Shire shot dead its pet dog ‘without notice’ following a fight with a neighbour’s dog.
Kate Campbell & Peter Sweeney
Geraldton detectives are investigating an incident that occurred early this morning which saw a man in his 50’s hospitalised.
A scheme designed to help disadvantaged WA kids get into sport was so severely mismanaged under the Barnett-Government that a dog was funded by taxpayers, according to Labor MP Mick Murray.
Geraldton footy export Harry Taylor is one of our most successful AFL stories. Tomorrow, the Geelong defender’s story could enter elite company if he wins his third premiership medal.
The Mid West and Gascoyne have been warned of an early start to the cyclone season, with wetter and windier conditions predicted, as a result of the La Nina weather event.
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