It was once said Australia rode on the sheep’s back — but no one ever said shearing was easy.
Shearing has profoundly shaped Australia, but how much do you know about the shearers that make up today’s industry?
Wesfarmers’ decision to close the Target Country in Narrogin was a blow to the community. Now, questions linger as to who replaces it.
A “prolific” shoplifter who went on a tap-and-go spending spree in Wagin, Narrogin and Pingelly has been sentenced to 15 months behind bars and ordered to pay more than $2500.
Pingelly’s Tom Blechynden says it will be a boyhood dream to run out on his home ground in a WAFL premiership season match with South Fremantle this Saturday
More than 1000 people are expected to flock to Pingelly’s $9.1 million recreation and cultural centre for the marquee WAFL match this Saturday
Albany trainer Steve Wolfe believes So Schmick could run in a Kalgoorlie or Broome Cup after narrowly winning Saturday’s $70,000 Narrogin Cup
The Narrogin and District Eight Ball Association held its grand finals at the Cornwall Hotel last Saturday as Riff Raff emerged A-grade champions
The owners of the Grand Olde’ Dumbleyung Inn who have put the 110-year old pub on the market hope the next generation of owners will fulfil their visions for the historic Inn.
Narrikup have again secured premiership success against Railways, this time in the Fast5 netball competition in Borden on Saturday afternoon
Gnowangerup Football Club claimed a thrilling victory in the AFLX grand final against the Warperup Roopies in the Borden X Cup on Saturday afternoon
Boddington’s George Wessels had a league debut to remember as he helped South Fremantle start their premiership defence on a winning note on Saturday
Blake Palmer impressed against the best drivers in the State at the recent WA Junior Sedan Title.
The event, at Alby Park, will kickstart a much-anticipated WA Youth Week in Narrogin, featuring a range of events celebrating the positive contributions made by local youth.
A crowd of more than 500 enthusiastic stargazers packed out the Pingelly Recreation and Cultural Centre last month for a peek into the cosmos.
A year 8 team from Narrogin Senior High School has claimed second place in the Synergy Schools Solar Challenge grand final.
A local doctor from Narrogin Hospital has been recognised for his many years of dedicated service in a recent state awards ceremony.
Wagin superstars Zali and Kynan Spencer have taken out their respective divisions at the WA State Titles for water skiing in Perth.
Emma Peddey, who has a child with a severe speech delay, had seen how the coreboards could foster inclusion in playgrounds.
Narrogin’s Earl Street Surgery says the time line for starting the AstraZeneca vaccine rollout remains uncertain as the practice waits on its first 50-dose shipment.
Stephen Michael started his foundation to help at-risk youth become valued, productive and happy members of the community but he can’t help but keep an eye out for raw talent.
Shire of Narrogin council is seeking public comment on their proposal to move Jessie House from Clayton Road to a vacant site near Hale Street’s Gnarojin Community Garden.
The Shire of Pingelly will soon select a new chief executive after Julie Burton announced she would step down in late June to take up a position at the Shire of Boddington.
Travellers passing by the shire of Boddington will certainly know where they are, after the instalment of a gigantic town sign.
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