A Cape Burney father is pursuing legal action after claiming he was unfairly sacked from the Containers for Change depot the day after he complained of a back injury he had already disclosed.
“They say when you are engaged in your passion, it’s not work” - Jason McCarthy on his 25 years as a fixture of Geraldton radio.
A Geraldton doctor is warning people not to get complacent with COVID-19, saying it’s “vital” people continue to get tested, especially now WA’s border arrangement has changed.
Geraldton’s sole source of drinking water could be under threat of contamination if the Main Road’s proposed bypass route is given the green light.
Geoff Vivian & Elise Van Aken
Geraldton locals with special needs and their carers were the latest victims to be targeted by children, who pelted them with rocks and golf balls on Sunday afternoon.
EXCLUSIVE Elise Van Aken
Rules governing the use of the Abrolhos Islands had to be broken in order to save the life of a tourist last Friday. The emergency has prompted calls to get rid of the “archaic” red tape.
Two Foreshore goes above and beyond. A top-notch view and a delightfully simple menu.
The most masterful of Geraldton musicians banded together on Friday night to perform an array of original songs inspired by the seaside city in a show aptly named Songs from 6530.
Elise Van Aken
A Geraldton man facing child-sex abuse charges remains locked up after police accused him of communicating with people to get them to pressure the alleged victim to withdraw her complaints.
Liam Beatty & Elise Van Aken
Would we be better off without mobile phones? Have we lost more than we gained with the smartphone juggernaut?
The outraged partner of a Greenough Prison inmate has claimed the facility was entering its fourth week of a deadly influenza outbreak but was not providing good enough care to the infected prisoners.
Hardworking Mid West farmers and agricultural workers can kick off their boots and dance the night away next month, with a Dongara cattle vet worker launching a new forum for isolated workers.
Water efficiency practices at the Geraldton Aquarena have seen the facility named a Waterwise Aquatic Centre as part of a Water Corporation program.
Where the land meets the sea is barely discernible in this image taken on a wet and wild day in Geraldton during the Fishing Boats’ Race on Sunday, June 15, 1941.
Anyone wanting a unique experience next season — in terms of football and life in general — could do worse than considering volunteering for Mullewa football club.
Boxing contests during NAIDOC Week in Geraldton were a winner. Peter Sweeney recalls one of Australia’s greatest ever sportsmen and the first Indigenous person to be named Australian of the year.
During Seniors Week Peter Sweeney wondered just what made some people live, and live, and live.
Rovers’ Farren Parfitt said captaining his side to a back-to-back premiership in the Great Northern Football League was “the most fun I’ve had playing”, and the team’s best could yet be to come.
Nominations have opened for the Australia Day Community Citizen of the Year Awards.
The efforts of a Carnarvon group to ensure a cruel and disturbing part of Australia’s colonial history is not forgotten was formally recognised by the WA Government last week.
Even though there’s a lot to love about this renewable, some consumers have complaints about poor quality parts, companies going broke and pushy sales tactics.
The sailor was honoured on Sunday as services started for the 79th anniversary of Australia’s biggest naval tragedy, when 645 men perished when HMAS Sydney II was sunk off the coast of Geraldton.
As soon as the WA border came down, Geraldton became a “must-see” destination for James Gibson and Kayleigh Brown after they heard big winds and waves were on offer.
Peter Sweeney & Liam Beatty
Celebrating the history, culture and achievements of First Nations people, Geraldton Regional Aboriginal Medical Service hosted its Always Was, Always Will Be NAIDOC Ball last week.
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