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Forget the freebies!

Spring brings out all the wonderful outdoor market events and agricultural shows across the state and generally pleasing pictures from these events filter into...

Moora Speedway launches new mural

Donna Vanzetti The launch of our second mural last Saturday was the culmination of three years work by our club to turn our venue into...

Fifty years of service for Sid!

Sid de Burgh was a 19-year-old kid when he and eleven others attended the first meeting of the Nilgen Volunteer Bushfire Brigade in 1969. Fifty...

New facilities for Nilgen VBFB

A brand-new shed for Nilgen Volunteer Bushfire Brigade’s hardworking crew was officially unveiled on Saturday 19 October. The brigade, who are celebrating 50 years of...

Moora Toyota Cup 2019

Moora Race Day was held in beautiful weather, over 1,100 patrons attended and a fabulous day was had by all. President Greg Wright said, “It...

World Transplant Games: Celebration of life and sport

Keiran Sullivan On the 3 May 2018 I was fortunate enough to have one of my closest friends, Patricia Watts, give me the gift of...

In the lupe!

Lupins are familiar to most as stockfeed, but the humble legume may be poised to become the next human health food revolution. Boasting 40%...

Time for tea

It was my birthday last month and I was fortunate to be gifted a product I have been wanting for a while to help...

Moora Race Club Annual Race Day

The Moora Race Club is now over 110 years old. Established in 1907 the early years were humble beginnings, but through good times and...

Bendigo Bank Camp Hero

Four Gingin Shire students and one staff mentor will be taking part in October Camp Hero this month. Riley Hyne (Swan Christian), Harlan...

Sensational Sunday at the speedway!

Mitch Berliner Ellenbrook Speedway fired back into action on Sunday September 29 with two of the biggest speedway sedan racing events in the country —...

Moora’s Carnaby crusaders

Approaching the north end of Moora, the home of Carnaby crusader Wally Kerkhof is easy to spot. If you somehow manage to overlook the...
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