Workers struggling to cope with rising costs in Onslow will soon have more affordable housing options after the State Government unveiled 12 new two-bedroom chalets. Strong economic growth from resou...

Chevron gives $80,000 in grants

Onslow's hospital, sporting clubs and a local museum have received more than $80,000 in the latest round of Chevron community grants.

Fire damages Onslow supermarket

The Onslow community is left without a supermarket after a fire broke out early Monday morning. Onslow police said they received the callout about 4am after a member of the public reported flames and...

Funding for $30m Ningaloo centre

Marine scientists and Exmouth residents could begin using a proposed $30m Ningaloo research and community centre by early 2016 after the project secured $7m in Federal funding on June 17. The Ningalo...

Pilbara business costs highest in WA

It will come as no surprise to locals that a new study has found that The Cost of Doing Business in the Pilbara is high – but just how high could be a surprise. The study released on June 19 by Regio...

New Pilbara iron ore export facility earns EPA tick

A new Pilbara iron ore export facility has been recommended for approval by the Environmental Protection Authority. Forge Resources Swan Pty Ltd proposes to construct and operate the facility at Ball...

Accident a tragic warning during holiday season

Volunteer rescue crew and St John Ambulance were called out to Karijini National Park last weekend to respond to a Priority 1 alert. Jo Heptinstall, unit deputy manager at Tom Price SES said a 35-yea...

Turn of the century films to screen at Ningaloo

Exmouth school students are promising to put on one of the more unique shows at this months’ Ningaloo Whaleshark Festival in Exmouth from May 24 to 26. The students from Exmouth District High School ...