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Dr Jill Wilson recognised with OAM

Although we may know her best for the magnificent mangoes she grows at JJ’s Farm, Jill Wilson from Karakin, has been recognised in the...

Hunta ropes in a second Aussie Title

Sixteen-year-old Hunta Gallagher has pushed through the ranks of the top riders in the country to gain the title of 2018 Australian Champion Rookie...

Those tenacious termites do travel!

A tiny trail of red dirt arcing above my laundry bench was the subtle hint that the mighty Coptotermes acinaciformis, commonly known as the termite, was...

Gingin Shire welcomes Youth Officer

The Shire of Gingin welcomes Anna Spetikova as its new Youth Officer.  This newly created position will see Anna connect and engage with young...

Perfect conditions for Lancelin Ocean Classic

BY David Bailey Organizers of the Lancelin Ocean Classic Festival are declaring the 2019 event a success after the competition finished up on Sunday 13...

Bindoon Primary School Fete and Mango Festival is back for 2019

Bindoon Primary School P & C will once again team up with local mango growers to celebrate the southern mango season! The school will hold...

Mogumber New Years Eve Rodeo 2018

MogumberOutback Club Inc It’s normally a one-horse town but on the 31 December each year, Mogumber welcomes a couple of hundred horses and over 2500...

Local mangoes to hit sweet spot in March

Northern Valleys mango growers have worked hard this season to provide mangoes of the highest quality with unique local flavour to be available to...

Reduce, reuse, recycle and reconnect

A passion to reconnect people with the origins of their food is the driving force behind Suzannah Moss-Wright’s ambitious venture, Mottainai Lamb. After 6 years...

Gingin DHS achieves gold!

Thirty one schools from across WA were recognised for improving the health and wellbeing of their community at an awards ceremony held at Rendezvous...

Top performance from local duo

The 2018 eventing season finished with the prestigious “Equestrian in the Park” which took place on 1 December in the beautiful setting of Taylor...

Local producers gain ‘Snail of Approval’

The Swan Valley and Eastern Regions Slow Food Convivium celebrated Terra Madre Day on 10 December with both purpose and panache. Hosted by member...
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