A Narrogin Year 12 student was lucky enough to be part of a five-day-trip to Perth where a leadership program at UWA aimed to inspire students to pursue tertiary education.
Brookton-Pingelly are undefeated in the Upper Great Southern Football League after Lloyd Padwick guided them to another win in round two on Sunday
Narrogin is gearing up for a National Simultaneous Storytime of galactic proportions with activities, dress-ups and a live reading from the International Space Station.
The 50-game milestone for Pingaring’s Liam Baker was not a successful outing as Richmond were trashed by Geelong at the MCG on Friday night
Round four action from the Upper Great Southern Hockey Association senior competition and round two of junior season
Rescheduling of games meant that the Narrogin and Districts Netball Association A1 game between Flames 1 and Pingelly 1 was played on Mother’s Day, with the crowd treated to an an exciting game
Shire of Narrogin officers have opposed calls by the Townscape Advisory Committee to replace the shire’s five entry statements with new stone wall designs.
Wandering Primary School is helping save the red-tailed phascogale, planting 500 sheoak seedlings and assembling nesting boxes to protect the vulnerable species.
From humble beginnings, starting with nothing but a pink ute, Great Southern Towing has won a Statewide honour at the Automotive Excellence Awards.
The Shire of Narrogin has been unintentionally misled by a former employee of the Shire of Cuballing.
Weddings, funerals and parties, Pingelly’s town hall has long been the place where the community came together, said its goodbyes and celebrated the times in between.
The push to get a passenger train service between Perth and Albany back on the Great Southern Railway remains in motion despite a lack of support from the City of Albany and the Transport Minister.
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The Opposition has slammed the announcement of a review into WA’s Upper House electoral system which could reduce regional representation, with MP Steve Martin warning regional voices are at risk.
Katanning Wanderers made an early season statement, thrashing Narrogin Hawks in the opening round of the Upper Great Southern Football League competition at Clayton Road Oval on Sunday
A brilliant seven goal-haul from Lloyd Padwick guided Brookton-Pingelly to an impressive opening round victory in the Upper Great Southern Football League on Sunday
New commemorative seating at Wagin War Memorial arrived just in time to pave the way for the Great Southern town to pay respect on Anzac day.
A dramatic collision between two trucks has been caught on police dashcam in WA’s Wheatbelt.
The achievement of both students’ achievements came as a shock, according to photography teacher, Zoe Quartermaine.
While the recent snap lockdown was limited to the Perth and Peel regions, its impacts have been felt across WA with events such as the Boddington Country Muster forced to cancel or postpone.
Premiership hero Liam Baker will run out for his 50th AFL game tomorrow night for Richmond against Geelong at the MCG
Junior players returned to the turf for the start of their new hockey season last week in the Upper Great Southern Hockey Association.
After a long wait the Narrogin and Districts Netball Association season started last weekend and the A1 competition got off to a fantastic start
Nationals MP Peter Rundle and Liberal MLC Steve Martin have been handed extensive shadow portfolios to step up their roles within the new-look State opposition alliance.
A push for the reinstatement of a passenger train service between Perth and Albany is gathering steam after a high-level meeting between key stakeholders from local and State politics.
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