Hannans Celtic’s resurgent A-grade side is sitting pretty atop the Goldfields Soccer Association ladder after Sunday’s 2-1 victory against Boulder at Ray Finlayson Sporting Complex.
A Kalgoorlie-Boulder businesswoman has taken the hard work out of selecting the perfect gift for local mothers-to-be.
The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder remains among the top-10 most financially healthy local governments in the State, despite scoring lower than in previous years.
An “Aboriginal engagement specialist” is being sought for the radical overhaul of Kalgoorlie’s central business district.
Hopes of prosperity have been buoyed by a sustained rally in the gold price, analyst forecasts and recent manoeuvring by local mining companies.
Under a new agreement with the State Government, Rex will increase its flights from Perth to Albany and Perth to Esperance to eight per week each from next Monday.
A proposal to reduce access to sophisticated heart-scanning technology across Australia will cost patients in regional WA their lives, according to local medical imaging specialist Pete Tually.
The Goldfields Aboriginal Language Centre’s win this week in the WA Heritage Awards is recognition of the hard work and dedication of local first language speakers.
Troy Raymond Woods, who is know to travel to Kalgoorlie-Boulder and Esperance, was last seen on Great Easter Highway Midland on Wednesday June 24.
A Kalgoorlie-Boulder cafe has seen its sales triple since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, with the boost attributed to the venue’s recent face lift and a renewed hunger for dining out.
Complaints were initially registered with the shire early last month, suggesting trees cleared from the new Esperance TAFE were disposed on private property.
Mining and Pastoral Member yesterday told the Kalgoorlie Miner he could see the McGowan Government working on a campaign that would show “a plan for the Goldfields”.
Buses are booking out for a peek at Australia’s biggest open pit gold mine ahead of the first tour in more than three months.
Shire of Esperance president Ian Mickel is standing by Men in Sheds after community criticism over the sale of jetty timbers.
Kalgoorlie-Boulder mines researcher and lecturer Tom Jang is in the running for the 2020 WA Regional Achievement and Community awards thanks to his passion for new technology in the mining industry.
Kalgoorlie-Boulder businessman Ashok Parekh has been appointed the figurehead of a mining company that is poised to join the ranks of the region’s producers in a fortnight.
A mothballed gold mining operation near Menzies is a step closer to being revived, with the start of mining tipped for later this year before first gold in January.
Like most of his counterparts, Pateman was only concerned with preparing diligently and performing well on race day.
A Kalgoorlie-Boulder man has escaped jail time after breaking into a home less than two months after brandishing a hatchet in a public carpark.
A northern Goldfields Shire is appealing to the WAEC to allow it to keep a seat on council vacant until next year after a long-serving councillor was forced to step aside on a technicality.
The local businessman took his “Big Nick Can” campaign across the State last year in a bid to become the Nationals’ first WA senator in more than 42 years.
The importance of the legislation has been highlighted by police statistics last month showing a big spike in domestic violences cases in WA.
Lucky Bay Brewery’s newest craft beer, the Lockdown Lager, might just be the perfect metaphor for 2020.
Esperance’s old indoor sports stadium will be joining the growing line-up of sports facilities upgraded in the seaside town.
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