The Great Southern’s contingent of AFL players resumed training on Monday, as clubs around the country began to prepare for a season return
Narrogin Racing Club announce their harness award winners for the season.
The Narrogin Health Service is in the running for a WA Architecture award this year, up against eight other entries in the public architecture category.
To thank the NVFRS crew for their quick thinking and bravery battling a shed fire, Mr Griffiths is raising money to help them buy equipment.
The decision to lift restrictions on regional boarding students leaving residential school facilities has brought relief to Wheatbelt families.
The good times are flowing once again in Narrogin as beers are poured at pubs and coffee is brewing at cafes for dine-in customers — the first in two months.
The theme for this year’s National Volunteer Week is Changing Communities, Changing Lives — and Narrogin St John Ambulance volunteer Courtney Saunders dedicates her time to doing just that.
One of Cancer Council WA’s biggest fundraisers will mark its 27th year this month as Australia’s Biggest Morning Tea prepares to go virtual.
Boddington Caravan Park has been recognised by the RAC as one of the Perth-Peel region’s best camp grounds following the relaxation of COVID-19 restrictions.
The chief executive of the Shire of Boddington issued an apology to ratepayers at the weekend after last week referring to members of his community as “mentally handicapped clowns”.
Wheatbelt tourism groups are asking locals to support the region’s tourism industry by sharing photos taken from their windows on social media.
The Shire of Narrogin is looking for public feedback on a proposed CBD colour scheme and signage guidelines which aim to preserve the town’s aesthetic and historic values.
Narrogin’s historic railway station is set to be restored to its former glory with renovation works being undertaken in the coming months.
The Shire of Narrogin is seeking public comment on a proposed agricultural dealership and service centre in line with the Shire’s vision to increase industrial use in the area.
A young mother from Bruce Rock, who was given just two weeks to live, has become the face of a new appeal urging people to support Cancer Council WA.
Narrogin cafe owners are eager to return to dine-in service on Monday as WA regains some ground in the battle for normality against the COVID-19 pandemic.
The arrival of the season’s first lambs has brought much excitement to the students and staff at the WA College of Agriculture — Narrogin with lambing off to a successful start.
Narrogin Hawks will get straight back into training next week after the WA Football Commission announced community football training can resume from Monday.
Freelance shearing contractor Barry Ugle has earned a living on the boards of wool sheds for 34 years throughout WA’s Wheatbelt.
Kara and Jai Jeffery have been on the property since harvest 2014, when they returned to the farm Kara grew up on as a child to join the family partnership.
Former Fremantle Docker and Wagin Football Club player-coach Paul Duffield hopes a strong start to pre-season from his charges can pay dividends later this year, providing country football can return.
Shire of Narrogin electors will each receive $50 worth of “Narrogin Dollars” to spend at eligible local businesses by the end of August.
Cuballing artist Graham Smith has put oil to canvas as he started painting portraits for his project Unsung Heroes: Revealing the Remarkable in Seemingly Ordinary People.
Low-risk chemotherapy has just got more efficient for local patients, with innovative telehealth technology now available at the Narrogin Health Service.
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