Curtin Hamersley Comets moved closer to a finals berth in the WA Netball League after prevailing in a tense contest against Southside Demons that highlighted a weekend of events in Pingelly
Lynni Pemberton & Taj Stubber
The Upper Great Southern Hockey Association held its annual junior carnival at the weekend
More than 350 spectators were treated to a brilliant display of hockey at the annual Upper Great Southern Hockey Association President’s XI and WA State Country men’s game on Saturday evening
The Upper Great Southern Hockey Association sent three teams to play in the Fuel to Go & Play Club Championships during school holidays
Katanning Wanderers remain on top of the Upper Great Southern Football League ladder after recording a special 39-point victory against Wagin on Saturday
Andrew Pritchard & Taj Stubber
From country girl to Australia’s first international beauty queen, Miss Westralia is coming to the Narrogin Town Hall this month to tell the real-life story of Beryl Mills.
The Shire of Kulin has changed the terms of its agreement with the Kulin Herbarium after the group’s use of the old shire administration building was deemed “excessive”.
Carved from a single block of jarrah with the finesse of a chainsaw, a new tortoise sculpture is coming to the shores of Lake Towerrinning in the Shire of West Arthur.
Narrogin will soon officially have a gridiron team of its own with interest in the Narrogin Eagles taking off ahead of the club’s open day next month.
Carly Fazioli’s Year 9 students are trying to understand the basics of budgeting, investment and superannuation, and unfortunately for Australians everywhere, they are not alone.
Almost $118,000 of Federal funding will go towards improving toilets, parking and public wi-fi in the Shire of Pingelly to improve road safety.
A strong wool fleece from a WA-bred Poll Merino ram was sashed with the WA fleece champion ribbon at the Australian Fleece Competition in Bendigo, Victoria, last Friday .
WA Netball League games will be played in Pingelly for the first time when the Curtin Hamersley Comets and Southside Demons face-off on Sunday.
Players will return to the field for round 10 of the Upper Great Southern Football League this weekend headlined by the clash between Kukerin-Dumbleyung and Williams.
Lake Grace’s Nat Fyfe celebrated his 200th AFL game in winning fashion, as the Fremantle Dockers downed Hawthorn in Tasmania on Saturday.
New aged care accommodation is being looked at by the Shire of Boddington with a series of community workshops to be held and an initial report expected in September.
After 19 years as chief executive of Narrogin’s Cottage Homes, Julie Christensen has announced she will step down once a new chief executive is appointed.
Despite a national vaccination rollout plagued by confusion and delay, the Earl Street Surgery team in Narrogin is looking to get on with the job as they continue vaccinating high-priority groups.
More tin horses are coming to Kulin with the opening of this year’s Tin Horse Highway Competition.
Featuring a KEEDAC morning tea and an event from the Stephen Michael Foundation, this year’s NAIDOC Week had plenty for the kids around Narrogin to enjoy.
Providing a dedicated link from the school to sporting field, Pingelly’s All Ages Shared Path is nearing completion.
Women in Farming Enterprises will be hosting their September seminar in Wagin with the organisation busily compiling a panel of guest speakers to share their insights.
Superintendent Kim Travers said if we could looked at mental health in the way we looked at physical health, we would be in a much better position to deal with it.
The estimated cost of adding spinal muscular atrophy to the newborn bloodspot screening is $10 per baby.
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