A Wheatbelt cardiologist with hundreds of farming patients across the region has been named the Joint Specialist of the Year at the WA Rural Health Awards.
Carnamah council unanimously voted to fund paints and to allow Carnamah District High School and Eneabba Primary School students to create a mural which will be digitally displayed in Yagan Square.
Elise Van Aken
Blood found at the scene of a burglary during the peak of cyclone Seroja last month has led to a Geraldton man being charged with the break-in and looting of more than $30,000 in electronic goods.
Beverley’s only bank is closing its doors, causing angst among the tight-knit farming community and leaving its customers facing a 130km round trip to Northam.
A wetter and better start to the season than usual prompted an early Easter start to seeding for York farmer Erin Emin.
“It’s good to actually seed into some moisture for once.”
It will bring canola, wheat and barley plantings into a roughly one-third split in their rotation, which also includes 200ha of lupins and 75ha of hay.
The 21st Williams Gateway Expo held on Saturday was a crowd pleaser celebrating its return to normalcy after the event was cancelled last year because of COVID-19.
A Fieldhouse Droughtmaster bull sold for the $11,500 top-price at the Narngulu Invitation Bos Indicus Bull Sale at the Coolina Sale Complex in Narngulu last Wednesday.
The owners of the Grand Olde’ Dumbleyung Inn who have put the 110-year old pub on the market hope the next generation of owners will fulfil their visions for the historic Inn.
Iconic Busselton restaurant The Goose Beach Bar and Kitchen has been gutted by a blaze overnight, leaving locals devastated.
Rodeo fans gathered to enjoy the thrills and spills at the inaugural Harvey Dickson Easter Rodeo on April 4 at Boyup Brook.
A strong crowd of 4000 people attended the inaugural Harvey Dickson Easter Rodeo at Boyup Brook, after last year’s absence because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Broome calf who thinks he is a dog has become a local celebrity thanks to his quirky behaviour.
As soon as they get off the school bus down the road, the “farming-mad” boys jump on the two-way to check what paddock their dad is working in and if there has been any rain.
Time spent at home during last year’s COVID-19 lockdown in WA has inspired a group of Mid West ladies to put pen to paper and create their own cookbook.
The rain held off and smiles came out for this year’s Wagin Woolorama, with a big crowd heading to the March 5 and 6 event.
Years of careful genetic selection and breeding have paid off for the King family of Darkan, who have taken out their first Wagin Woolorama Grand Champion Fleece after exhibiting for nearly 20 years.
A Charolais cow, Venturon Let’s Elope, was judged supreme of the show at Wagin Woolorama in an inaugural competition that included the supreme individual animals from three sections.
Venturon Livestock principal Harris Thompson could not wipe the smile off his face after claiming a back-to-back win at the Wagin Woolorama Cattle Exhibition.
A passion for engineering, a trade in welding and fabrication and an idea sparked on the farm was the recipe for success behind one of the Wheatbelt’s up-and-coming engineering businesses.
One of the region’s most colourful days will go ahead this weekend.
A springy and enthusiastic koolie wowed crowds and set a Wagin Woolorama dog high-jump competition record on Saturday with a huge 2.65m jump — just 10cm away from the Australian record.
CBH Group held its annual general meeting at Optus Stadium on February 26, with the event concluding with a sundowner.
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