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Nature play antidote to anxiety

There’s no doubt that the last eighteen months or so have been a tumultuous time for every member of the community, and our young...

Take a step back in time at Enderslea Farm

Through the voice of play producer Diane Pope, the walls of Enderslea Farm — an historic property in the undulating Chittering Valley — have...

Have you any wool?

A dark, grey Lower Chittering day was interrupted by bursts of colour when visiting Bianca Butler, fibre artist and founder of Earth, Wool and...

Happy 1st birthday to The Farm Co!

After opening their business among COVID uncertainty on the 7 July 2020, The Farm Co Moora are celebrating a successful first year of operation. Managing...

Tails are wagging at Moggy’s Doggys!

If cosying up with your canine companion is starting to seem like a less-than-attractive-prospect due to the odour arising from their furry faces, it...

Skin deep success at Challara

In the early nineties, tired of chasing fly blown sheep around their Badgingarra farm, Peter Wilkinson and his father Ron of Challara Poll Merino...

Petition for Bullsbrook to Ellenbrook bus service headed to parliament

Frustrated on behalf of his children by the lack of public transport options in Bullsbrook, resident Damien Seery has created a petition to garner...

Bullsbrook College: turning problem plastics into prosthetics

Students at Bullsbrook College are on a mission – to give problematic pieces of plastic a purpose! Under the instruction of Year 3 teacher Heidi...

Beermullah Lake left high and dry

“We won’t know if what is happening has been detrimental until the damage has occurred.” Gingin Water Group secretary Sue Pedrick’s comment is referring to...

10 Years of the Northern Valleys News!

It’s quite the challenge to come up with words to mark the occasion of the ten-year anniversary of Northern Valleys News. What to focus...

60th anniversary of NASA Tracking Station at Muchea

2021 marks sixty years since the Muchea Tracking Station was officially opened on 24 March 1961. The station, known as ‘Project Mercury Tracking Station No...

What’s your bushfire plan?

Bushfire plan: stay and defend For volunteer firefighter and seasoned Shady Hills resident Shirley Routley, the decision to stay and defend her property in the...
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