Trails at Foxes Lair, Railway Dam and Archibald Park reserves, the Griffo mountain bike trail and the Noongar Dreaming Path in Gnarojin Park will benefit from the improvements.
Dropping in to Narrogin last week, Kay Hogan and Joan Donovan, the granddaughters of architect George Lavater, visited one of his most historic buildings.
The Wheatbelt Cycling Collective is a not-for-profit organisation aiming to improve tourist trails throughout the Wheatbelt.
Feedback is being sought from local governments on whether superannuation for elected members should be enabled or required.
The grant, announced as part of round five of the Building Better Regions Fund, will be used to undertake a skills audit to identify and upskill a reliable aged-care and disability-services workforce.
The South West Native Title Settlement is a landmark deal brokered by the State Government and six Noongar agreement groups.
Breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed type of cancer in Australia with nine people dying each day from the disease.
Stewards determined that a waterlogged section between the 300m and 100m mark in the home straight would not dry sufficiently before the meeting that was set down for the venue this Sunday.
The show was cancelled last year because of the COVID-19 pandemic, with organisers from the Narrogin Agricultural Society taking extra precautions this year.
There are two team changes in the 2021-22 Upper Great Southern Cricket Association but the A-grade competition will remain at seven teams for the new season that officially starts on Saturday.
Katanning’s Haiden Schloithe has joined elite company at the South Fremantle Football Club after becoming a four-time WJ Hughes medallist last Thursday.
Nearly 150 Great Southern farmers took farm-themed obstacles such as hay bale climbs, tyre-pulls and “Mission Impossible-style” rope obstacles.
Nationals WA members have reinforced their belief in the importance of climate action action ahead of COP26, despite hesitancy from their Federal counterparts.
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WorkAbility Week is an annual event hosted by Forrest Personnel, encouraging businesses around the State to consider jobseekers living with an injury, illness or disability.
At a special meeting of the WALGA State council last week, Ms Roberts confirmed she would step down effective December 1.
Running on October 26, the Tourism Experience Workshop is open to those looking to learn more about tourism development.
Last year, the Shire endorsed plans for a re-use strategy for its historic railway station after months of public consultation.
Inspired by the success of the famous Kulin Bush Races, the profits from the day will be put back into the community to improve accommodation options.
Eight candidates were vying for five seats on the council in this year’s elections.
Toy Stories runs at the Midland Junction Arts Centre from November 13 to February 12, bringing together artists, hobbyists and community groups in a show of handmade toys.
Jack Batchelor takes over role as Great Southern Cricket Association president as new season starts.
The Kulker Street Stock Cup and opening round of the Junior Sedan Racing Association series were held on Saturday night.
The father of a boy killed in a fiery crash this year has paid tribute to the two “guardian angels” who rescued his mother from a burning wreck.
Regional aged care could be revolutionised from the Wheatbelt, where a former State Government minister is driving an innovative program to help elderly residents stay in their communities.
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