Pilbara traditional owners are supporting calls for an independent Pilbara body to liaise directly with mining companies over sacred sites in the region.
Two young Indigenous ambassadors for WA’s governing body for soccer say coaching has taught them how to be role models for youngsters in the Pilbara.
A patch of ocean between Barrow Island and the Dampier Archipelago is currently being scoured by several aircraft and marine vessels.
A lifelong love of the ocean has been rewarded when an Exmouth photographer's picture of a green turtle surrounded by glass fish took out the top prize in an international competition.
This year’s Games will kick off with a welcoming ceremony on October 22 and sport competitions will be held on October 23 and 24.
A century after Norman Brearley created Australia’s first scheduled air service, 55 people have boarded 23 planes to recreate the journey through the North West.
Australian Institute of Marine Science research associate Luke Thomas said the facility opened many opportunities.
During repairs, customers can collect water from a mobile tank set up in South Hedland overnight
At about 8am Tuesday morning a Holden Commodore coming from Lockyer Street failed to give way to an oncoming bus on Millstream Road
Four new faces are among the nominees for the Shire of Ashburton local government election, including an arts educator, a Department of Communities worker and a community member.
Hardworking students from Karratha’s two high schools will get to experience manning the sails of a tall ship after being awarded a scholarship to travel on the STS Leeuwin II.
Some 175 athletes from across the North West took part in the competition, eclipsing last year’s entries, with participants from Broome, Derby, Karratha, Newman, Hedland and Ashburton
“We want people to get wherever they’re going safely and we want to get the hoons off the road.”
The unique environment and living knowledge of the Murujuga has been preserved for future generations in a new book.
Top players from Karratha, Dampier, Hedland, Wickham and Newman have been selected to play against regional heavyweights from the South West, Peel, Avon District and Great Southern.
Swimming WA chief executive Sophie Row said it was fantastic to see a variety of competitors.
Works to upgrade vital boating facilities in Onslow will begin next month after the contract was awarded for the long-awaited boating precinct.
Held at the amphitheatre of Ngurin Cultural Centre on Saturday, Songs For Peace saw performances from Vikki Thorn, Naomi Pigram, Tyson Mowarin, Fred Ryan alongside the Roebourne community.
Students took to the stage to sing and dance their hearts out for a performance of a well known musical.
Former student and actor Joel Jackson joined in on the festivities, speaking to the Years 5 and 6 students about his fundraiser The Lap raising money on behalf of Telethon.
High energy guitarist Ben Catley returns to Exmouth tonight to rock the Froth Craft Brewery.
A marine research laboratory dedicated to unlocking solutions to the biggest challenges facing the world’s oceans has today opened in Exmouth.
Six people have been slugged with fines ranging from $450 to more than $2,409 for illegal fishing along the Ningaloo Marine Park.
Lexie Barnetson, one of the participants, was impacted by cancer when her mother was diagnosed with ovarian cancer whilst pregnant in November 2010.
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