Narrogin’s Tanya Phillips and Kukerin’s Elspeth Smith are winners in the 2020 Excellence in Family Day Care awards - a positive end to one of the hardest years for workers in the family daycare sector
Narrogin Amateur Swimming Club shone at the Mandurah Long Course Open, held earlier this month.
Rodney Ford hits century to help Williams remain undefeated while Pingelly-Noonebin held their nerve in round four of the UGSCA against Wandering on Saturday
The Narrogin Senior High School State of Mind student exhibition, which wrapped up last week, showcased the very best artwork produced by the students this year.
It takes a lot of workers to get grain from the paddock to port during harvest.
Hundreds of people gathered for Narrogin’s NAIDOC opening ceremony in an annual celebration of Indigenous culture and tradition last Tuesday at the Narrogin Regional Leisure Centre.
Nationals MP Peter Rundle has resumed his campaign for the State Government to fund a drought relief grant after he was cleared of conflict of interest after a clash with Water Minister Dave Kelly.
Highbury Tennis Club held its annual Countrywide Insurance Brokers pre-harvest tennis tournament on November 7.
The Shire of Williams will purchase artist Jordan Sprigg’s wedge-tailed eagle sculpture for $45,000 thanks to the generous donation of a Williams resident.
Branden Fraser won round two of the 2020-2021 Blackman Fabrication WA Modified Sedan Series at Narrogin Speedway on Saturday night.
Reinsman Michael Grantham stole the show on the six-race card at Narrogin Race and Pace on Saturday night, winning every race he had a drive in.
When Lockie Bradshaw talks about the shearing shed you can tell it’s a place he’s passionate about. The recent graduate has spoken to the Observer about his interest in a career in the wool industry.
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Their advice determines where we can go, who we can see and what we can do in this bizarre new world living with COVID-19 but until this year few people knew what a Chief Health Officer was.
When Bruce Rock’s one and only supermarket burnt down in March, in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, it was a “tragedy” for the eastern Wheatbelt community.
A former West Perth women’s WAFL player has avoided jail after being caught trying to drive $20,000 worth of cannabis from Perth to Geraldton.
Albany could become Australia’s first city to run solely on recycled natural gas, with a feasibility study set to map out how to deliver gas from a Perth tip to Albany homes.
Ms Mettam yesterday marked the party’s launch of its 103-day election campaign with a whirlwind tour of Kalgoorlie-Boulder.
A woman who was sexually assaulted while asleep alone in a Geraldton motel room by a burglar on a cocktail of drugs and alcohol has bravely faced her attacker in court.
After years of campaigning and pleading the State Government to take action, a road safety group is celebrating the speed limit on a notorious stretch of South Western Highway being lowered.
The number of WA investors in equity crowdfunding is on track to double this year, while the volume of funds raised since 2019 has jumped by over a third amid growing awareness of the market.
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A 38-year-old man has been charged with attempted to unlawfully kill over an alleged hit-and-run in Wellard that left a 19-year-old man fighting for life.
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Situated between old and new architecture at the base of the WA Museum Boola Bardip, Perth’s new minimalist-style cafe Epoch aims to live up to the meaning of its name — a definitive moment in time.
Dodging permanent leases by snapping up chairs at co-working spaces will become part of long-term property plans for Perth businesses, according to a Commercial Real Estate Group report.
An extensive search operation will continue in Ascot today for a missing 30-year-old man who fell from a boat into the water.
Perth Lynx coach Ryan Petrik paid tribute to captain Katie Ebzery after the team ensured she would celebrate her 300th WNBL game with a win.
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