Those attending Narrogin’s Long Wool Day on Friday, August 18 were all keen for a good drenching of rain to turn the dry season around.
The Shire is providing an incentive to property owners in the CBD to adopt a colour palette, by advertising grant funding to paint the external facade of their building.
“That was my life, and it’s all burnt.” Jess Collette and her six children were forced to watch on while their home burned to the ground last Saturday.
Birdie’s Backyard Ultra in Moodiarrup last weekend saw 125 competitors challenged to run a 6.71km lap each hour until all but one dropped. This year’s winner ran a staggering 268.4km in 40 hours.
“I don’t want to let the rural communities down with this.” Public health student Melanie Roberts is exploring the concerns of regional GPs as part of an investigation into health care in regional WA.
Pingelly 1 were made to work hard for their third win of the season, defeating Flames 1 by 23 goals in round four of the Narrogin and Districts Netball Association A1 season.
Riffs continued their stellar start to the Upper Great Southern Hockey Association men’s A-grade competition after notching their fourth win of the season.
Saturday saw many smiling faces at the first farmers and makers market in Narrogin since pre COVID-19 restrictions.
A $36,300 project has seen the construction of a new truck bay and widening of an existing entrance to improve access for the brigade’s fire trucks.
Wickepin remain undefeated in the 2020 Upper Great Southern Football League season after withstanding a strong challenge at home from reigning premiers Boddington
Narrogin Hawks jumped to second place on the ladder after a dominant first quarter set up their third win of the season against Kukerin-Dumbleyung.
With a shortened and condensed Narrogin and Districts Netball Association A1 competition involving four teams, there has been lots of unpredictability and excitement in the opening few rounds.
The Support the Swayns fundraising event was held on Saturday night at Wagin District Club, raising between $15,000 and $20,000 for the family who lost everything in a house fire last month.
Lake Grace police have made an intriguing find, uncovering a stash of mystery guns and ammunition in bush on a farm near Pingrup.
Williams Police have described a man’s alleged 190km/h speeding offence as an accident waiting to happen.
The Shire of Narrogin have been accused of “burying the hopes of Narrogin’s Aboriginal community” after refusing to grant a rates exemption to properties owned by Kooraminning Aboriginal Corporation.
A magnificent 10-goal haul from Boddington power forward Harry Ellis guided his side to an emphatic 125-point win at home over Kukerin-Dumbleyung on Sunday.
Dumbleyung’s pioneering history has been honoured with the old railway building being developed into a self-guided historical display.
A youthful Katanning Wanderers fell to their third straight defeat of the 2020 Upper Great Southern Football League season at the hands of an experienced Brookton-Pingelly outfit
Narrogin Hawks moved into the top four on the Upper Great Southern Football League ladder after a thrilling two-point victory over Wagin.
There were plenty of goals and tight matches in round five of the Upper Great Southern Hockey Association action
“I said, ‘I don't think you’ve won $2000, sorry,’ and held the slip up. She just went white and started shaking”. Narrogin Newsagency has sold another winning ticket, this time to the amount of 100k.
Vice-chairwoman of the Raptor Fliers Association of WA, Gina Pike dedicates hours rehabilitating birds of prey, teaching them how to hunt again, giving them the best chance of survival after release.
Olympics Gold notched their first win of the new Narrogin and Districts Netball Association A1 season after prevailing over Flames 1
Nan Steer and Fiona Kirby
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