The Great Southern Police District has been rocked by five fatal crashes in a horror start to 2021
The Shire of Wagin has made a small change and a big difference for its estimated 70 residents on gophers.
Taking part in the World’s Greatest Shave has special significance for Wagin cousins Londa Finlayson and Evelyn Iles, who lost their aunt to bowel cancer in January 2018.
After the town’s graduating class received its final marks, one of Narrogin’s top ATAR students, Lucy Palumbo, sat down with the Observer to reflect on the challenging year that was.
South East Coastal have claimed the Southern Zone Inter League Men’s Round Robin tournament in thrilling fashion
Australia Day in Narrogin is set to be a good one, with a community breakfast, family fun day, citizenship ceremony and evening outdoor cinema.
Narrogin will welcome 10 new citizens this Australia Day, among them local accountant and president of Towns Cricket Club - Peter Baker.
Sunday’s trip from Perth to Albany was like one I have never experienced before.
Two WA Police Aboriginal Service Medals were among the presentations at the Great Southern Police District awards ceremony held in Narrogin last month
Eleven-year-old Corporate Larrikin keeps rewarding Wagin trainer Angela Smith after winning at Bunbury late last year.
Upper Great Southern Cricket Association believe they can reach the Boan Cup final and challenge for their third A-section title in seven years when senior country week begins in Perth on Sunday.
Narrogin could become home to one of the country’s first wellness retreats for the Australian defence and emergency services communities.
Pingelly’s Memorial Park is set for a major facelift, after the Shire of Pingelly council approved plans to redevelop the area at last month’s council meeting.
Narrogin police seized 100 grams of cocaine, 20 grams of methamphetamine and 3.5kg of cannabis during targeted drugs operations last year, aided by tip offs from the public.
Last year’s annual Community Christmas Luncheon held by local charity group Divine You was one of the biggest yet, with 57 people sharing in the Christmas spirit.
Upper Great Southern Cricket Association have returned home from junior country week with mixed results after sending four teams to the annual competition in Perth.
The man was the sole occupant of a Mazda ute when it left the road and struck a tree.
In true festive spirit, homes and businesses all over Narrogin brought their A-game to this year’s Christmas lights competition.
The ageing Smith Street toilet block situated next to Coles is set for an upgrade after almost two years of talks by the Shire of Narrogin.
Inswing Ignition completed a fairytale rags-to-riches story as they claimed the 2020 Southern Smash title in impressive fashion in front of a strong crowd in Albany.
The bright purple park bench sitting under the jacaranda trees on Williams Road is a timely reminder of the battle against domestic violence.
Narrogin’s historic railway station could become an immersive virtual reality experience, under a proposed re-use strategy endorsed by the Shire of Narrogin council at last month’s meeting.
Two trainers and two drivers shared the spoils at Narrogin with winning doubles on the eight-race program on December 29.
Capel trainer Brendon Fitzgerald kickstarted his hot run of form at Narrogin with a winning double on December 19.
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