Geoff Vivian A fire described as “out of control and unpredictable” is burning in Mirima National Park three kilometres east of Kununurra, moving quickly in a northwesterly direction.
Aleisha Orr A woman has been charged over the death of another woman in WA’s north earlier this week.
Adrian Beattie A mystery vandal has stolen a plaque marking a visit by Rolf Harris to the East Kimberley town.
Liam Ducey Two Kununurra police were forced to draw their weapons on a woman after she allegedly stabbed and killed another woman in front of the officers in the car park of a shopping centre in the Kimberley...
Robyn Preston A 41-year-old man has died after he was found seriously injured following a disturbance at a Kununurra home, in Western Australia’s Kimberley region, on Saturday night.
Aleisha Orr A woman has been charged with murder over the death of a man in the state’s north on the weekend. The man was found by police after being called to the house at 9.45pm.
Geoff Vivian The WA teachers’ union says the state government has slashed almost $200 million from school funding.
The Governor-General Sir Peter Cosgrove is eager to bring indigenous football stars to northern Australia to inspire local Aboriginal boys.
Liam Ducey Guus Hiddink has a lot to answer for. For 28 long years, the FIFA World Cup did not feature prominently on Australia’s sporting calendar.
A New Zealand kayaker has had an amazing escape after being trapped by a huge crocodile on a remote WA island for two weeks.
Moments after ferrying a Kiwi kayaker who had been stalked by a giant crocodile on a remote Australian island to safety, local Don MacLeod went to the rescue of another hapless adventurer.
Aja Styles An ultramarathon runner, who was trapped in a bushfire that engulfed their competition course in Western Australia's Kimberley region, has described how he and three other competitors faced becoming...
Courtney Trenwith The state government is still yet to receive the insurance details for the ill-fated Kimberley ultramarthon a year after the event left two women with catastrophic burns.
Rebecca Le May Prime Minister Julia Gillard has highlighted the potential for Western Australia's Kimberley region to become the food bowl of Asia on the final leg of a three-day media blitz in the state.