There was high praise for four Karratha junior soccer players who have been scouted for a US soccer scholarship program.
Congrats to all you boys. Having had the privilege and honour of coaching and being associated with James (the rock) Kenton and Richard especially, boys it was only a matter of time before you spread your wings and went on to greater heights. Legendary status. Nice work and well-deserved. Paul and Kim Lowicki Congratulations boys, well done to you and all who helped to get you there. Fantastic. Margaret Wallis Awesome job! Good to see hard work pays off. Kaz Parker
Greens Member for Mining and Pastoral has introduced a draft Bill to State Parliament to stop the forced closure of Aboriginal communities.
Well done Robin Chapple MLC for preparing this important bill. It's shameful that an Act of Parliament is needed to protect Aboriginal communities in Western Australia. Laurinda Timmins I like going to Ngurrawaana community, it's a good place. Drew Waterman
It was revealed this month that a few fishing tape measures had incorrect measurements which could leave anglers unwittingly in legal trouble.
Yea and I've had two different crab gauges they were 5mm different! Mathew Peters Should've got this ruler and your flatly could have been a metre! Paul Muirhead
People were delighted to see the local wildflower known as Emu Export come out to play after a bit of rain earlier this month.
Keep an eye out and get a few of these down you while you're rained off at work. Laura Sutton Pity the XXXX tree didn't flower. Peter Prior
Lithium has been touted as the next boom for the Pilbara and a map of pegged areas posted in an article last week piqued people’s interest.
This is the future. Darryl Young So how long is the wait really. Paul Goofy Rix
We have a lot of sun here in the Pilbara and the Karratha Airport is finally set to benefit as work begins on a new solar farm.
About time they started clean energy in this sunburnt country. Mick Shinn
A march in protest of the proposed Kintyre uranium mine has been organised with more than 100 traditional owners expected to attend.
“We want jobs, we want clean energy, we want opportunities. What! Uranium! Stop the mines! Stop the mines!” @twocrowsdown
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Tonight's sunset. Luke_Tacos