Katanning father Ajit Khan was reported missing about 11.30am on Tuesday after his green Mitsubishi Triton ute was stranded in flood waters on Ballagin Road in Piesseville.
Katanning Wanderers moved a step closer to securing a top two spot after a hard-fought 39-point win over Boddington in round 11 of the Upper Great Southern Football League competition on Sunday.
Andrew Pritchard & Tom Shanahan
After a busy start to her tenure as the Great Southern Police District’s top cop, Supt Kim Travers has outlined her aims for the region.
Wrap of round 11 action from the Upper Great Southern Football League.
Four Upper Great Southern Football League stars part of a winning WA Country men’s football team.
Seventh win of the Upper Great Southern Hockey Association women’s A-grade helps Warriors sit clear on top
The Narrogin and Districts Netball Association had its first round back after school holidays on Friday, producing a hard-fought game in the A1 competition between Wickepin and Flames
A week of celebration greeted returning students at St Matthew’s School in Narrogin with NAIDOC Week festivities running in the first week of term three.
The Shire of Narrogin looks set to record a budget surplus of about $3.3 million for the 2020-21 financial year with advanced payment of Federal funding largely responsible for the boost.
Kieran Moore is the new acting principal at East Narrogin Primary for at least the next three months following the departure of principal Louise Armstrong.
Heavy rains are taking their toll on the roads that connect the Wheatbelt, with rainfall averages smashed this month and many saying it is the wettest they have seen in the region in 20 years.
The COVID-19 vaccine has arrived at Narrogin Guardian Pharmacy and after an announcement from the Federal Government last week, many more pharmacies will soon join the fight to vaccinate our State.
Police hold grave fears for Katanning man Ajit Khan, 34, who is understood not to be a strong swimmer.
Tom Shanahan & Sarah Stager
Police and State Emergency Service crews are searching for a motorist after their car was found in flood waters on Tuesday on Ballagin Road in Piesseville, near Wagin
Curtin Hamersley Comets moved closer to a finals berth in the WA Netball League after prevailing in a tense contest against Southside Demons that highlighted a weekend of events in Pingelly
Lynni Pemberton & Taj Stubber
The Upper Great Southern Hockey Association held its annual junior carnival at the weekend
More than 350 spectators were treated to a brilliant display of hockey at the annual Upper Great Southern Hockey Association President’s XI and WA State Country men’s game on Saturday evening
The Upper Great Southern Hockey Association sent three teams to play in the Fuel to Go & Play Club Championships during school holidays
Katanning Wanderers remain on top of the Upper Great Southern Football League ladder after recording a special 39-point victory against Wagin on Saturday
Andrew Pritchard & Taj Stubber
From country girl to Australia’s first international beauty queen, Miss Westralia is coming to the Narrogin Town Hall this month to tell the real-life story of Beryl Mills.
The Shire of Kulin has changed the terms of its agreement with the Kulin Herbarium after the group’s use of the old shire administration building was deemed “excessive”.
Carved from a single block of jarrah with the finesse of a chainsaw, a new tortoise sculpture is coming to the shores of Lake Towerrinning in the Shire of West Arthur.
Narrogin will soon officially have a gridiron team of its own with interest in the Narrogin Eagles taking off ahead of the club’s open day next month.
Carly Fazioli’s Year 9 students are trying to understand the basics of budgeting, investment and superannuation, and unfortunately for Australians everywhere, they are not alone.
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