An award-winning Halls Creek author has gained further recognition with a writing fellowship to develop a series celebrating indigenous children and community spirit in the Kimberley.
Elise Van Aken
It is a well-documented fact that innovation and progress often come out of hardship, writes Save the Children Kimberley regional manager Callan Hatchman.
While panic buying has slowed, making cleaning and hygiene products easier to be found on local supermarket shelves, hand sanitiser remains expensive in a region with an already high cost of living.
Revive site leader Paige McLachlan talks how East Kimberley residents can reduce waste items that end up in our bins.
New data reveals how teachers changed their lessons after NAPLAN was cancelled this year, revealing that our schools are “teaching to the test”.
Clare Masters, National Education Editor
The coach of last year’s EKFL premiers has blasted the organisation’s plans to go ahead with a 2020 season, saying a rushed season would add to the problems already plaguing the league.
A major retailer servicing the East Kimberley will close by mid-next year, leaving a significant gap in a region already starved for variety.
Elise Van Aken, Meilin Chew and Sean Smith
An East Kimberley crooner and her performance partner will join San Cisco and five other West Australian acts for a “socially distant” festival celebrating our State.
A strong contingent of Great Southern AFL players will be eager to return on June 11 after their respective clubs increased training workloads this week.
Kununurra veterinary nurse Tegan Phillips gives her advice on the most common problem for Kimberley dogs.
Grassroots footy could return by July, with the East Kimberley Football League not ruling out holding a region-wide season this year.
America has been shocked by the death of a black man after he was taken down by a cop from the police force which killed Australian Justine Damond. WARNING: GRAPHIC, DISTURBING FOOTAGE
Nathan Vass in New York
The only dance school in the East Kimberley has announced 2020 will be its last year.
More than a year after the first of 10 concurrent water deficiencies was declared in the Great Southern, all 10 remain active in parched farming areas across the region.
Albany Community Hospice wants the public to learn about the benefits of palliative care and early referrals during National Palliative Care Week.
Small businesses can now apply to the City for grants of up to $3500 out of a $75,000 pool and business associations up to $5000 out of a $25,000 pool, with applications open until July 30.
The owners of historic watering hole in Bunbury’s CBD are “praying for a miracle” to be able to reopen its doors in the wake of COVID-19 closures and restrictions.
Givaudan has fast-tracked access for Dutjahn to its manufacturing network to produce 250,000 protective sachets using sandalwood a recognised healing oil in Indigenous culture.
Australia’s success in blitzing coronavirus transmission rates could mean earlier easing of restrictions and larger gatherings, as the US hit a 100,000 COVID-19 death toll and unemployment reached a staggering 40 million.
Tiffany Bakker, David Aidone, AP
Kambalda’s nickel mines could roar back to life before the year’s end after Mincor Resources yesterday signed a five-year deal with a Kalgoorlie-Boulder-based mining services contractor.
Great Southern wineries are reopening their doors to the public as the lifting of regional travel bans and gathering restrictions gives them hope ahead of winter.
Shires across the Mid West are facing a massive clean-up effort, after ex-tropical cyclone Mangga dumped soil up to 200mm thick on bitumen roads.
Every winter the Greenough River, swollen with rainfall, overflows into the sea at Cape Burney. This year the exact opposite happened.
If you didn’t live in Geraldton, then where in WA? We asked Dave Fiorenza, Janelle Phillips, Trudi Cornish, Mike Bowley, Kelly Eastough, Kyme Rigter, Shane Van Styn, Donna Payne and Sally McKenzie.
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