“Help-seeking isn’t a sign of weakness, it’s a sign of strength and it’s really important to acknowledge that with the stoicism and ‘toughen-up’ attitude out here.”
Wickepin will be out to complete a perfect season and win their first Upper Great Southern Football League premiership since 2008 when they clash with Williams in the grand final on Saturday.
Pingelly 1 tuned up for the grand final with an impressive win over the fourth-placed Olympics Gold on Saturday to finish the regular season on top of the ladder.
Williams secured their first league grand final appearance since the club’s 2016 premiership success, proving far too strong for Narrogin in the preliminary final
Cranbrook resident Mark Adams took out the 36 hole nett competition at the 2020 Aglime State Sand Green Championships at the Riverview Golf Club, near Albany last week.
All Blacks booked their place in the Upper Great Southern Hockey Association men’s A-grade grand final after a hard-fought win over Warriors in their semifinal clash on Saturday.
Racism and bullying were among the key issues identified in a youth survey commissioned by the Shire of Narrogin. The YMCA have in turn drafted a youth strategy, to help Narrogin’s youth thrive.
After years of planning, The shire of Narrogin has scrapped it’s multi-million-dollar clubroom facility on Clayton Road and is going back to the drawing board to assess the sporting needs of the town.
Farmers have slammed a State Government incentive campaign to lure young WA workers out to agricultural jobs, saying they need skilled labour from interstate for this year’s harvest.
Traffic in and out of Narrogin ground to a halt on Thursday after a serious crash west of town.
Narrogin held Wagin scoreless in the final quarter to secure a place in this Sunday’s Upper Great Southern Football League preliminary final
Ann McLeish completed her massive walk to Newdegate last Friday, travelling 222km in a bid to raise more than $12,500 for the Royal Flying Doctor Service.
A litter of tiny numbat joeys were rescued last week by leading WA conservationist Tony Friend and are lucky to be alive.
A quarter of Narrogin’s youth say they do not have positive things to do other than sports and school-sponsored activities, a survey has found.
Pingelly’s winning form continued as the Narrogin and Districts Netball Association A1 competition heads towards the grand final.
Narrogin residents have one last chance to name public parks around town, with the shire reaching out to the community asking for feedback about the park’s current or previously known names.
The stars of the Upper Great Southern Football League converged on Wagin Football Club on Monday night for the presentation of the prestigious Leo Graham Medal.
After a number of weeks off due to a sinkhole in the Narrogin Hockey Stadium turf, players have returned to action in the Upper Great Southern Hockey Association in the past fortnight.
Williams’ gun recruit Lewis Davis capped off a stellar debut year in the Upper Great Southern Football League by winning the 2020 Leo Graham Medal.
Marshall Bowey got the surprise of his life on the weekend while he was moving a mob of sheep across his farm.
Narrogin residents are taking it upon themselves to clean up the town and its surrounds, after the Keep Australia Beautiful August clean-up was cancelled due to COVID-19.
The Narrogin Shire have come to a decision on the petition tabled by Wickepin gardener John Mearns at last month’s council meeting.
The COVID-19 outbreak dashed the kindy’s normal mother’s day plans this year, but kindergarten teacher Claire Graham said she could not let the year go by without an event to mark Mother’s Day 2020.
WA’s country roads have claimed another life after a man in his 50s was thrown from his motorcycle on Wagin-Dumbleyung Road last Sunday morning.
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