A disappointing loss to Albany and Districts on Thursday in the semifinal ended their title hopes but they bounced back to win their third and fourth playoff.
Heather Rose gathered information and photos from the library and newspapers and interviewed local residents for the Shire of Williams 150th anniversary.
Police horses and a police dog will be paying a special visit to the town where people will have the opportunity to meet them.
Men’s Shed chairman Lawrence Rose said it felt great to have a place to call their own..
Dr Maguire has been working in the general practice field for more than 40 years and made the move to Narrogin in 2009 to work at the Earl Street Surgery.
According to Main Roads WA data, the 2021-22 holiday period has been the busiest in at least five years.
A wrap of Upper Great Southern Cricket Association’s B-section side on the opening two days of country week.
Nine Narrogin residents, including Daisy Green, will take part in the Citizenship Ceremony where they will make their Pledge of Commitment to Australia.
In their crossover final on Thursday at Rosalie Park, Uppers ripped through Busselton-Margaret River line-up to dismiss them for 102.
WA residents visiting hospitals, hospitality venues, bottle shops, gyms and festivals will be required to show proof of double-dose COVID-19 vaccination status as of January 31.
The Uppers first XI recorded two wins in the opening three days and finished with three wins from their five qualifying games to finish third in their pool before winning their third and fourth playoff.
The Upper Great Southern under-14s lost all five of their matches throughout the week to finish at the bottom of the table in their pool.
Marina Mabrey is dominating the WNBL on the other side of the world from a family that has been bonded by how close they came to being broken by the September 11 terrorist attacks.
The stocks of West Coast’s Oscar Allen and Fremantle’s Hayden Young are set to rise this season, as AFL experts shine a light on who might take the next step for every club in 2022.
Perth’s private hospitals are ready to take on COVID-19 patients from the public health system as the spread of Omicron continues across the State.
A Busselton teenager has avoided further punishment despite playing a part in a brutal bashing in the midst of a family feud.
The national standards for bin lid colours aims to make it easier for people to know which bins to put waste in no matter where they live in Australia.
Opposers of the highly divisive Smith’s Beach project have been underwhelmed with the first images of the coastal village project, claiming their concerns were yet to be addressed.
A South West magistrate has slammed a Busselton man’s behaviour as “disgusting and vile” after he spat in a police officer’s face while being arrested outside a popular marketplace.
RSPCA South West issues warning for animal owners amid summer heat waves.
Livestock agents have blasted Capel Shire’s decision to renew WALSA’s lease at Boyanup Saleyards, claiming it will eliminate competition in the South West cattle trade for at least another decade.
All I can say is ‘good luck’ to the schools who expected to navigate the confusing isolation requirements of teachers and students when the inevitable Omicron wave hits.
Liberal heavyweight Julie Bishop says it is possible that her old electorate of Curtin — which she represented for almost 21 years — could be won by high-profile independent candidate Kate Chaney.
Matt Ebden is a name on everyone’s lips – but he’s long been one of WA’s best sportsmen that people have never heard of.
More than 500 kids and pets were rescued from locked cars in WA last year — averaging at least one every day.
More than two thirds of packaged fruit snacks are little better than a lolly-bag, Cancer Council WA have warned.
A man who broke into his elderly neighbour’s Balga home while he was ‘stark naked’ to steal money but then pinned her down and punched her several times has a history of publicly exposing himself.
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