A Geraldton man has appeared in court after being charged over an alleged incident which occurred in the middle of the Shore Leave festivities last month.
The future of two long-awaited investments into Mid West health care remain more uncertain than ever following the change in Federal Government and the State’s refusal to throw more cash at the projects.
The WA Symphony Orchestra will be playing in Geraldton in August, delighting classical music fans with famous pieces from Mozart, Beethoven and Vivaldi.
A couple caught in the frustration of securing permanent residency can breath a sigh of relief after their visa debacle turns into a miracle.
Liberal MP Melissa Price has promised Durack constituents she will commit to serving a full term in Parliament, despite being demoted to the Opposition for the first time.
New residential care homes will be built in Geraldton to provide a safe place for some of the Mid West’s most vulnerable children.
Not again, we all keep pleading. But here we are all over again. Again, we have to endure seeing the smiling, sweet innocent faces whose lives were allowed to be used as cannon fodder.
Geraldton’s young footy fanatics gave local police a run for their money when they swapped their uniforms for a guernsey this week.
A few months ago I posted a polite reminder online that it is no longer appropriate for strangers to touch babies without asking permission. The response I received swift and somewhat brutal.
Meet the Geraldton Guardian’s new regular gardening columnist, landscape architect Annalise Fosbery.
The GNFL’s top two teams — Railways and Rovers — will battle it out in the expected match of the round at the Rec on Saturday.
Water in the foreground, land in the back — here’s the third entry to shutter-release and snap a breathtaking City Scene photograph.
History buffs can now learn about Greenough’s fascinating past from anywhere in the world, with almost 300 community artefacts accessible online.
From high school English teacher to State politician, find out what more there is to Sandra Carr in our regular Q Are You segment.
Geraldton Police Station officer-in-charge Sen. Sgt Chris Martin gives advice on how to make it easier for officers to locate missing persons.
Sen. Sgt Chris Martin
Geraldton is the second best performing regional property market in WA, with house prices jumping 21 per cent in the past 12 months.
A new youth hub is planned for Wonthella, with the City of Greater Geraldton revealing plans to turn the old Club Rocky’s gym next to the PCYC into a new youth centre.
Kazuals and Aztecs both picked up big wins in round four of the Geraldton netball season on Tuesday night.
Geraldton Buccaneers coach Dayle Joseph has praised the depth of his side following their 111-85 win over the Mandurah Magic in the NBL1 West last weekend.
An Aboriginal Business Forum — a first for the Mid West — will take place next month, calling for a fairer future and promoting Indigenous business success, resilience and growth.
The GNFLW ladder is starting to take shape as heading into round six of the season, with Chapman Valley and Railways leading the pack.
Ugle Fabrication La Fiamma have taken a valuable away point in a fiery match against Sutherlands Park FC on Sunday afternoon.
The City has organised for the community to gather under the stars for National Reconciliation Week, in a reminder of our shared history and the importance of rebuilding a harmonious culture.
With Geraldton Rotary Club’s 31st annual Radio Auction nearing, it’s time for businesses to get the ball rolling as pre-calls open for new pledges.
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