Carnarvon

Carnarvon rapist arrested after tampering with GPS tracker

Liam Ducey A convicted rapist and pedophile is back in custody after becoming the first registered sex offender to allegedly tamper with a GPS tracking device.

Surfer fights off shark near Carnarvon

Shark week on the Discovery Channel. Generic pic of a Great White shark with his teeth showing. Generic JAWS, Danger, Ocean, Great White. Pic supplied by Discovery channel publicity

Surfer receives serious injuries to his arm, abdomen after fending off shark in WA's North West.

WA sex offender in court for GPS tracker removal

A dangerous sex offender who allegedly removed his tracking device has appeared briefly in a Perth court.

Missing fisherman found on Shark Bay island

A helicopter searches for the body a man who was washed off the rocks.

Leanne Nicholson A fisherman missing off the coast of Carnarvon in WA’s north since Monday noon has been found safe and well on an island in Shark Bay.

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Gascoyne Junction - rebuilt and open for business

Gascoyne Junction roadhouse

Four years after the heart of Gascoyne Junction was destroyed by floods the little town has been rebuilt.

WA's north warned to prepare for bad weather

Bad weather looms in WA's Pilbara and Gascoyne.

Robyn Preston Those in the Pilbara and western Gascoyne have been warned to prepare for bad weather, as heavy rainfall moves through the north of Western Australia on Sunday.

The rise of farmers markets in WA

Subiaco Farmers Market

Aleisha Orr On any given Saturday or Sunday morning in Perth a number of school yards, council gardens and open spaces are taken over by trestle tables, gazebo style shade covers, caravans, trailers and trucks...

Surfer lucky to be alive after shark attack at remote beach

Horror shark attack claims 24-year-old man (Thumbnail)

Lucy Rickard and Aleisha Orr A 34-year-old man is lucky to be alive after fending off a shark at a remote WA beach, about 1000 kilometres north of Perth yesterday afternoon.

'He was just holding his stomach in'

Jon Hines and wife Bridget on their wedding day.

Dan Proudman Despite blood gushing from a savage bite wound to his stomach, Dudley surfer Jon Hines continued the fight of his life as a shark which had already attacked him at a remote Western Australian beach...

Shark attacks prompts more aerial patrols

Aerial patrols of Perth beaches are to start a month earlier than usual because of a recent spate of shark attacks.

Pilbara set to dodge Cylone Narelle's fury

Cyclone Narelle

Tropical Cyclone Narelle has been upgraded to a category four as it continues to move closer to the coast of northern Western Australia.