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Editor of the Northern Valleys News Tamieka Preston

Glossies for good

Crafty Chittering resident Joanne Gunn was overwhelmed by the beautiful wine bottle boxes, glossy magazines and gift bags piling up in her recycling bin....

Dyed-in-the-wool

After his third year running ‘in the domes’ at the Perth Royal Show and a swathe of ribbons in the shed, its fair to...

Astrotourism Reaches for the Stars

Over the last six months, local stargazing and astronomy enthusiast Carol Redford of Gingin, has initiated a project across the Wheatbelt and Mid West...

2018 CHITTERING NATIVE WILDFLOWERS PHOTOGRAPHIC COMPETITION

You are invited to enter photographs of your favourite or significant Chittering native wildflower into the Chittering Spring Festival Photographic Competition 2018. Photographs can either...

Westways Wildflowers 4WD tours

If you are looking for a guaranteed wildflower stop less than an hour from Bindoon, Westways Wildflowers offer self-drive 4WD tours at their Moora...

Chittering Spring Festival on this weekend!

The Chittering Valley will once again come alive this Spring with their annual Spring Festival. What started as a Wildflower festival has grown to...

Locavore salad with roast pumpkin

• Half a Japanese pumpkin from EB Produce, Gingin • 1 bag of Loose Leaf Co. rocket leaves • 1 Feta-style goats cheese from Local Goat •...

An Australian wildflower visionary

Passers by the For Sale sign outside Lullfitz Nursery on Great Northern Hwy just south of Bindoon could conclude that the owner of the...

Record rainfall in August!

It’s the highest August rainfall John Williams has seen in 35 years! Retired accountant, John, said he has always been a record-keeper, and has...

WA Nats hail hard-earned victory for Moora community

The Nationals WA have circumvented the McGowan Government’s cruel anti-regional agenda to convince the Commonwealth to save Moora Residential College. Leader Mia Davies said the...

Art exhibition at Gingin Railway Station

‘Mostly Pastels’ by Helen Rodda is coming to Gingin Railway Station from 3 August to 7 October. Helen’s inspiration comes from the countryside and her...

Nature lovers chance to take a stand

An exciting and important event is coming to Moora 5-9 September at the Moora Performing Arts Centre. The Last Stand is a community information...
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