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Midwest Libraries Consortium welcomes Cue
Posted November 13, 2019 Midwest Libraries Consortium welcomes Cue

Library resources in the Midwest continue to be shared far and wide as part of the Midwest Libraries Consortium.

Local artwork up in lights
Posted November 8, 2019 Local artwork up in lights

Artists are being encouraged to express their interest in exhibiting their work in the Post Office Lane Lightbox Gallery as part of the newly opened Rocks Laneway.

HMAS Sydney II service marks 78 years
Posted November 6, 2019 HMAS Sydney II service marks 78 years

This year marks 78 years since the sinking of the HMAS Sydney II and the legacy of Australia’s greatest naval tragedy will be remembered with a commemorative service.

Men encouraged to participate in local community attitudes survey
Posted November 6, 2019 Men encouraged to participate in local community attitudes survey

WA Centre for Rural Health (WACRH) has been working to engage men in conversations about family violence through the Men Against Violence program and is now encouraging men to share their thoughts through an anonymous community survey.

Geraldton commended in RMIT report
Posted November 6, 2019 Geraldton commended in RMIT report

Geraldton was exclusively chosen as one of five destinations in the nation to be included in a report commissioned by the Australia-China Council as a successful case study.

Durlacher Street upgrades continue
Posted November 5, 2019 Durlacher Street upgrades continue

Upgrades to Durlacher Street are entering the next stage with the resurfacing of the busy thoroughfare between George and Chapman Roads set to begin at the end of the week.

City calls for Christmas on the Terrace stallholders
Posted October 31, 2019 City calls for Christmas on the Terrace stallholders

Community favourite Christmas on the Terrace will return this December and the City of Greater Geraldton are encouraging businesses to get involved.

Truck drivers urged to slow down on rural roads
Posted October 30, 2019 Truck drivers urged to slow down on rural roads

With the 2019 harvest in full swing, truck drivers are being urged to slow down to 70km/h during the season to help preserve the condition of unsealed rural roads in the Midwest.

Proposed processing plant to create opportunities in Midwest
Posted October 29, 2019 Proposed processing plant to create opportunities in Midwest

Employment opportunities in the Midwest could soar with the announcement of a new potential processing plant near Geraldton.

Reward local volunteers and nominate now!
Posted October 28, 2019 Reward local volunteers and nominate now!

If you know a local volunteer or volunteer group who make a positive contribution to our community, now is the time to recognise them as nominations are open for the 2019 Volunteer of the Year Awards.

Disability Support Awards return for second year
Posted October 25, 2019 Disability Support Awards return for second year

If you know someone who needs to be recognised for their excellence in the disability sector, now is the time as nominations open for the City of Greater Geraldton Disability Support Awards.

Diverse program launches for Seniors Week 2019
Posted October 24, 2019 Diverse program launches for Seniors Week 2019

Seniors in Geraldton should pick up a program for next month’s Seniors Week and start planning because there’s a swag of activities on offer!

Have your say on the Rangeway Pump & Jump track
Posted October 24, 2019 Have your say on the Rangeway Pump & Jump track

Residents of Rangeway, Utakarra and Karloo are invited to have their say on a pump and jump track to be built in the area in the coming months.

Coming home story captures audiences
Posted October 23, 2019 Coming home story captures audiences

There’s something endearing about your hometown being the centre of a production and that was the sentiment of many locals who enjoyed ‘Coast’ over the weekend.

Van Styn re-elected as Mayor
Posted October 22, 2019 Van Styn re-elected as Mayor

The community have reaffirmed their confidence in Shane Van Styn after he was re-elected as Mayor for the City of Greater Geraldton in Saturday’s election.

Further food and fun on cards for the Foreshore
Posted October 18, 2019 Further food and fun on cards for the Foreshore

More food and fun are on the cards for the Geraldton Foreshore with Council approving for advertising a second sea container/ transportable food outlet that will also hire games and sporting equipment.

Community reaps benefits of Builders Awards
Posted October 17, 2019 Community reaps benefits of Builders Awards

Local contractors who built the new City owned State Emergency Services Building and Animal Management Facility were big winners in the recently announced 2019 Master Builders Awards.

Aquarena Open Day showcases Swim School
Posted October 16, 2019 Aquarena Open Day showcases Swim School

If you’ve never been to the Aquarena before and want to learn more about what this fantastic facility has on offer - this Sunday is your chance!

Sundays by the Sea returns
Posted October 16, 2019 Sundays by the Sea returns

It’s one of the community’s most favourite Sunday arvo activities and it will return this summer!

Battle of the Bands set to bring the beats
Posted October 15, 2019 Battle of the Bands set to bring the beats

Keen for a big dose of local music live and loud? Battle of the Bands is back on Sunday 27 October and its set to be the best one yet!

Geraldton embraces Airport Safety Week
Posted October 15, 2019 Geraldton embraces Airport Safety Week

Geraldton Airport will embrace Airport Safety Week with a number of different educational themes and topics as part of the campaign.

Youth Zone gets splash of paint
Posted October 11, 2019 Youth Zone gets splash of paint

Geraldton Regional Library have welcomed an enchanting mural to their Youth Zone this week that is sure to charm youngsters utilising the space.

The Geraldton Project to lead Rocks Laneway activation
Posted October 10, 2019 The Geraldton Project to lead Rocks Laneway activation

Rocks Laneway has officially opened to the community and The Geraldton Project have come on board to keep the space active and alive.

Sunset Beach coastal adaptation works begin
Posted October 7, 2019 Sunset Beach coastal adaptation works begin

Construction of a low-crest Geotextile Sand Container (GSC) groyne and revetment on the Sunset Beach Foreshore to mitigate coastal erosion will begin mid October.

Beresford Foreshore makes waves at Western Australian Coastal Awards
Posted October 2, 2019 Beresford Foreshore makes waves at Western Australian Coastal Awards

Beresford Foreshore is in the spotlight once again after securing excellence at last night’s Western Australian Coastal Awards.

Nominations open for Australia Day Awards
Posted October 2, 2019 Nominations open for Australia Day Awards

Do you know a local hero who deserves to be recognised for their hard work? Nominations are now open for the Australia Day Community Citizen of the Year Awards.

Rio Tinto extends funding for community vibrancy
Posted October 1, 2019 Rio Tinto extends funding for community vibrancy

Activating vibrancy through a number of programs and events will continue in the community after Rio Tinto extended their funding agreement for the City of Greater Geraldton’s Youth Vibrancy Officer role.

Make your vote count in upcoming election
Posted September 26, 2019 Make your vote count in upcoming election

You’ll soon be receiving your election packages in the mail for the upcoming local government election and the community is encouraged to make their vote count.

Spring into the School Holiday Program
Posted September 26, 2019 Spring into the School Holiday Program

Spring into the holidays with another jam-packed school holiday program that is sure to keep the kids happy!

Award-winning sculpture to call Beresford home
Posted September 23, 2019 Award-winning sculpture to call Beresford home

Those enjoying the new and improved Beresford Foreshore will have even more to appreciate following the installation of an award-winning sculpture.

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