Pingelly-Noonebin will face Wandering in the Upper Great Southern Cricket Association A-grade elimination semifinal on Saturday
Narrogin Amateur Swimming Club returned home with more than 50 medals from 2021 Country Pennants held in Mt Barker
A new public space on the site of the former Narrogin outdoor swimming pool has recognised the contribution of former pool manager Alby Timleris by naming the park in his honour.
The Wagin community has come together to raise money for a family in mourning following the death of a young father.
The Great Southern region is going through a water crisis unlike any experienced in the region before. We asked the candidates for the seat of Roe what they will do if elected to resolve the crisis.
The first game in over 25 years will be played in Narrogin this weekend as a one-off exhibition match between Collie Power and Albany Rovers.
22 teams descended on Narrogin on the weekend to mark the last carnival on the original grassed greens at the town’s historic bowls club.
A strong contingent of Narrogin swimmers will hit the pool to face some of the best regional clubs in WA when they take part in the 2021 Country Pennants
Towns kept their slim finals hopes alive in the Upper Great Southern Cricket Association after a thrilling two-wicket win over Dumbleyung in round 13 at Nenke Oval on Saturday
Co-trainers Greg and Skye Bond teamed up with reins-man Ryan Warwick for a winning treble at Narrogin last Saturday
The 1960s is being brought into the 21st century in the form of a scale model railway as part of a new exhibit at the upgraded Narrogin railway station.
Family and friends have raised over $22,000 dollars to help support the Dark family through the final months of their baby daughters life after she was diagnosed with type 1 spinal muscular atrophy.
Dumbleyung Tennis Club wore in their new turf with a weekend of action packed fun, as 74 teams took to the courts to mark the club’s largest event for the year.
The Narrogin community came together at Council Chambers to welcome the new students at The Rural Clinical School.
The people of Wickepin went above and beyond police expectations by donating hundreds of dollars worth of goods to Foodban WA
WA’s lockdown might have put grand celebrations on hold, but that did not stop Narrogin’s Veronica Willoughby marking her 100th birthday with close family on February 13.
Narrogin’s Railway Dam picnic area has had a facelift and been approved as a new RV stop to encourage travellers to stay overnight.
Kellie Balaam & Sarah Makse
A family has been torn apart by a horrific crash which killed a nine-year-old boy and left his 65-year-old grandmother with life-threatening injuries.
Caitlyn Rintoul, Charlotte Elton & Liam Croy
WA Labor has pledged $22 million to build rail siding extensions at CBH’s Moora, Brookton, Cranbrook and Broomehill receival sites if re-elected next month.
A 44-year-old Pingelly man was airlifted to Royal Perth Hospital with serious injuries after a single-vehicle crash on Parade Street
Local talent will be on full display in the Creative Craft and Home Industries section at this year’s Wagin Woolorama, with quilts just some of the many items on display.
The Dumbleyung Tennis Club were at max capacity on the weekend at the Sunsmart Lawn Classic to celebrate the first competition on the new turf.
Tom Shanahan & Taj Stubber
A brilliant century from Rodney Ford helped Williams secure top spot on the Upper Great Southern Cricket Association standings in the A-grade competition
The popular Wandecla Races is back for another year in Kojonup on Saturday, with strong crowds from all over the Great Southern expected to attend the country venue
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