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What a way to end the year!

Mougmber Outback Club Mogumber was the place to be on New Year’s Eve as thousands of visitors flocked to the little rural town to experience...

Hipster brews a bright future

The dawning of a new year brings promise of a fresh start. A time for resolutions, goal setting and, for many young people with...

Australia Day in the Northern Valleys!

Bindoon Shire of Chittering’s Australia Day celebrations commence with a breakfast at Clune Park, Bindoon at 9 am. This is followed by a citizenship ceremony...

Bullsbrook College teachers jingling all the way!

The students of Bullsbrook College received a big surprise at the conclusion of their Christmas concert and book award ceremony with thirteen members of...

Christmas Lights in the Night Sky

If Christmas preparations are a busy time for you, stargazing gives you time to take a breath and relax. So head outside on Christmas...

All wrapped up!

Tis the season…for creating excess waste, if the merry statistics I’ve come across lately are anything to go by. Apparently in Australia alone we...

Five million dollars spent to understand nature’s intent

Gingin Water Group During the preparation of the Gingin Groundwater Allocation Plan the Department of Water (now DWER) recognised the importance of better understanding how...

Ageing well in Bindoon

Nick Way The push to expand seniors care and allow residents to age well in Bindoon has received a significant boost, following a local meeting...

BP Muchea construction underway

Construction at Perkins Builders’ newest site, BP Muchea, is officially underway following a Turning of the Sod and Welcome to Country ceremony on Thursday...

Poetry in motion

The year four students at Bullsbrook College have been studying the art of poetry during term four, with their learning culminating in a poetry...

Building safer communities in the Shire of Gingin

Dr Carolyn Harris Johnson Together, the Lancelin Healthy Communities Forum (LHCF), Holyoake Wheatbelt Community Alcohol and Drug Service and the communities of the Shire of...

100 years and counting

In times gone by, before super highways and fast cars connected our small rural communities to the big smoke, the general store was the...
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