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Mango Madness

Plans for a family trip around Australia took a slight detour for Daniel and Sarah Williams when a property for sale in Neergabby, plentiful...

Car club donates to local groups

The success of the 2018 Chittering Car Day has enabled donations to two local groups. Chairman of the car club, Roland Thomasson said it was...

Bike It To Ballidu!

Join an afternoon of family fun at the 21st annual ‘Bike It To Ballidu’ on 22 March 2019! ‘Bike It To Ballidu’ is a 35km...

March Mango Madness!

Mango fever has hit the town of Bindoon in anticipation of the annual Bindoon Primary School Mango Festival on Saturday 16 March. With mangoes...

Have you had your 5 Minute Fire Chat?

Bullsbrook Volunteer Fire and Emergency Service The bushfire season is in full swing with local brigades kept very busy with call outs. Please do your...

Bright start to the year at Bullsbrook College

Students returning to Bullsbrook College for the 2019 school year were greeted with wonderous new artwork additions to their campus – in some unlikely...

Heightened bushfire risk and underinsurance: a major risk to WA farmers

Steve Field, Risk Specialist with farm insurer Achmea Farmers in WA can’t afford to underinsure their farm businesses. With the values of most hay and...

Wetlands and Brook system under threat in Gingin

Gingin Water Group The State’s water regulator has warned Gingin Water Group and the Gingin Shire Council that landholders and the wider Gingin community need...

Northern Valleys Waste Watcher – February

Do you have a bunch of old mobile phones lying around? I did. Want to know how many broken, disused phones I was holding...

Outback Brewing Co #madeformates

Local brewers Peter and Adam Watts from Outback Brewing Co took out the BWS People’s Choice Award at the Beerfest event held on 20...

A local museum or is there an alternative?

By Mary Cameron A public meeting was held on 14 October 2016 at the Gingin Men’s Shed following general queries from new residents and members...

Farmers Across Borders – Hay from WA

The very welcome sight of truck loads of hay rolling into drought-ravaged farms in the Cobar area was greeted by extremely grateful farmers with...
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