WA Music Hall of Famer Daron Keogh is running free workshops as part of the Mid West Music Development Program to teach, right from the basics, how to write music.
Frustrated protesters have stamped handprints on the walls of the Geraldton Police Station after a local police officer was acquitted over the fatal shooting of an Aboriginal mother.
More than 900 places will be made available from 2022 in Curtin’s two new residential buildings, the 407-room St Catherine’s College and the 10-storey, 517-bed Twin Dolphin Hall.
Police commissioner Chris Dawson says the fatal shooting of a Yamatji woman by a WA Police officer was ‘one of the most difficult chapters’ in relations between Indigenous Australians and the force.
This is the footage that shows the moment a WA Police officer fatally shoots Yamatji woman JC in the middle of a suburban Geraldton street.
The WA Police officer who fatally shot an armed Aboriginal woman in a suburban Geraldton street has been cleared of her murder.
Fourteen bands took to the amphitheatre stage, battling it out for bragging rights, and a share in $2500 prize money.
A Geraldton stalwart has sworn his son on to the council to which he gave more than three decades of service, passing on a legacy and his passion for the city.
Elise Van Aken
Mingenew Shire councillors have voted against paying themselves superannuation.
A former boxing coach was back in court this week after allegedly working with kids without a valid Working With Children Check.
Geraldton property values are continuing to climb at rates not seen since the early 2000s, with the latest data revealing house prices were up 6.2 per cent over the September quarter.
Police officers have been recognised for their unwavering efforts during the carnage of cyclone Seroja, with the Mid West police station one of three team finalists in the WA Police Excellence Awards.
Record-high petrol prices are predicted to keep rising as a WA charity group warns struggling regional families will bear the brunt of the financial pain.
Get your best disco duds on and get down to Spalding Tennis Club tomorrow afternoon, because the Sin City Rollers are hosting a roller disco for Children’s Week.
Harry Taylor may be leaving town — but the two-time AFL premier, soon to be back in Victoria working with Geelong, says he’ll be back.
At the Mid West Sports Awards, the junior category highlights young, talented athletes who often go on to make their mark on the world.
There’s a chance for teams lower down the table to make up some points this weekend in the top divisions of Geraldton junior basketball.
Some of the best female Indigenous soccer players in the country are facing an anxious wait to find out if they will have a shot at a national title and national Indigenous team selection.
Sportsmans are at risk of starting the Geraldton cricket season with successive losses after they lost to Towns last week at Wonthella by 46 runs — they face a confident Wanderers at GBSC1 tomorrow.
Two strong sides will play in Geraldton men’s top-division water polo on Sunday with first and second meeting in the women’s, before a referee session with international ref Fiona Haigh next week.
Clubs are jostling for position in the Batavia Bowling League men’s pennants competition already, with competition strong in the early rounds.
A court has heard the actions of the police officer who drew his gun on an armed Yamatji woman in Geraldton deprived his colleagues a tactical advantage and cost a ‘disturbed’ woman her life.
I am not ashamed of recently asking politicians if they had been jabbed, despite a raft of criticism I copped online.
There are about 20,000 jobseekers in WA who live with an injury, illness or disability. Last week, some of them were introduced to employers in Geraldton.
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