Max Gawn led the Demons to their first premiership in more than half a century this year and now he has even more reason to celebrate.
Police are trying to identify Year 12 students involved in sordid scavenger hunts featuring teens brazenly having sex in public and snorting drugs off scantily clad bodies.
The junior basketball season continued to heat up in Geraldton last weekend with demand high for spots on Country Week squads.
Things remained tight at the top of the women’s A-grade ladder in Geraldton water polo after last weekend’s matches, with Demons sitting top only on goals scored.
The Mullewa men’s championship fours have wrapped up in Batavia Bowls League club news, while there was strong competition as Geraldton’s ladies’ championship ended.
There was a big turnout for the first official race of the Geraldton Triathlon Club season last Sunday with 68 competitors turning out, close to a club record.
Mick Wall won administrator of the year at the Geraldton Guardian Mid West Sports Awards in 2005 while he was president of Mullewa and also a player for the footy club.
Through her lawyer, the teenager admitted she threw the bottle in a “reckless manner”.
Aztecs netballers Paula Wilson and Michelle Taylor were both coming back into the game, from injury and an interstate move, and ended up as season MVPs.
One state is preparing for infections once its borders open, setting up centres to try to keep cases from being hospitalised.
Kununurra’s youngest residents were in the limelight on Wednesday as White Gum Park was transformed into a maze of games and activities to mark National Children’s Week.
After barely budging for five of the six previous trading days, the ASX finally found a direction to go in: south.
Rebecca Le May
A distraught mother claims a creepy man was recording children using the toilet in another Mid-West holiday town — just one week before four-year-old Cleo Smith went missing.
Local community groups and services have received more than $200,000 in funding from the latest round of a City of Karratha grants program.
“The Granny Venn; yes it was there but it was kind of a sitting duck for somebody.”
Surprise results were a feature in round four of the Batavia Bowling League women’s pennants last Thursday.
It’s a long way from Mauritius to Geraldton, but jockey Keshaw Dhurun was the man of the moment for local trainers at Geraldton Turf Club last Thursday.
The wharfie is believed to be WA’s first known blue collar worker to be sacked for failing to meet a mandatory coronavirus vaccinated deadline.
Queensland has been dealt a major curve ball as it prepares to handle a soaring Covid-19 caseload.
The Spencer Park woman pleading guilty to 11 counts of gaining benefit by fraud and nine counts of stealing committed in 2020 and 2021.
Kellie Balaam & Liam Croy
The officer in charge of the search for Broome Prison escapee Warrick Walkerbear says a reward will be on offer for anyone with information that leads to an arrest, as the search enters its third day.
After missing the opening games of the tournament through personal leave, Megan Schutt is poised to make her WBBL return.
Scott Morrison has been under fire for not releasing the modelling underpinning his major net zero commitment, but there’s a good reason why.
The neighbouring shires of Kent, Broomehill-Tambellup and Woodanilling have followed the Shire of Kojonup in welcoming a new chief executive.
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