Former CGG councillor Steve Douglas said after speaking to a fellow member of the Australian Coastal Council about their local vaccine push, a similar campaign was needed in Geraldton.
Elise Van Aken
While the worst of the front would be experienced in Perth, a severe weather warning would stay in place for tonight across the Mid West.
It was female v rural representation when two experienced councillors went up against each other for the role of Greater Geraldton’s deputy mayor.
Geraldton’s littlest players took to the court with some welcome news, after Premier Mark McGowan announced the State Government would nearly double a funding commitment for the stadium.
The third round of Batavia Bowling League’s women’s pennants produced ultra-competitive results last Thursday, with the away side winning all three fixtures for the first time this season.
The Geraldton Water Polo association is back in the pool, with a new format and a refereeing panel among the reasons to be excited.
Towns made an “iffy” if winning start in their Geraldton Bendigo Bank Cricket League title defence against Sportsmans on Saturday.
Wanderers look the team to beat in the Young Motors Women’s Cricket Premiership — they have a deadly attack, and against Sportsmans on Sunday they showed they can bat, too.
The WA Police officer who fatally shot an armed Aboriginal woman in a Geraldton street has told his murder trial what was going through his mind during the confrontation.
Geraldton Turf Club will have a full race card for its midweek meet this Thursday, the last on the club’s calendar before its popular Melbourne Cup day event.
There are renewed calls to make the landlocked Port Gregory jetty serviceable for fishers who are forced to bring their catch ashore without the structure.
The Geraldton “prince” who has claimed the Abrolhos Islands as an independent micro nation appeared in court on nine new charges last week.
Some lucky COVID-19 jab recipients received moral support from Premier Mark McGowan at the Geraldton pop-up clinic, with more than 250 people vaccinated in its first week
The election attracted 7422 formal ballots, a 27.11 per cent turnout, which was down from the 33.5 per cent participation rate at the last non-mayoral election in 2017.
Geraldton will host maritime environmental emergency response experts from across the State who will put their skills to the test in a simulated oil spill scenario next week.
A Geraldton aged care centre has been forced to find alternative care arrangements for the patients of a doctor who has not received his COVID-19 jab.
Frantic radio calls between police officers at the scene of a fatal shooting of an Aboriginal woman in Geraldton have been made public for the first time.
A Geraldton man has pleaded guilty to stealing a television from a local community college while he was drunk.
A Spalding man has been charged following an alleged coward’s punch on a bystander at a shopping centre when he was apprehended during an attempt to shoplift food.
A man who worked as a cook in a Kalbarri tavern when he was supposed to be in self-quarantine has avoided jail, but has been fined $8000 for breaching WA’s COVID-19 laws.
The sale price of one of Geraldton’s most infamous properties has been revealed, while the owners remain secretive about their plans for the site.
The new owner of a Geraldton shopping centre with a history of leaking ceilings and poor air-conditioning says it has plans to “refurbish” but not “redevelop” the retail complex.
The WA Opposition has hit out at the State Government’s decision to renew a farm worker incentive scheme that was launched last year to plug a hole in the regional labour market.
There is growing momentum behind a push to build a jetty on the Beresford foreshore, with a Facebook group backing the idea attracting 500 members less than 24 hours after it was created.
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