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Dryandra Woodland WA’s Newest National Park
Posted 19 January 2022 Dryandra Woodland WA’s Newest National Park

The State Government has recently advised that the Dryandra Woodland has officially became a National Park. The former State forest has had two class A nature reserves added, and totals 17,780 hectares, which will ensure the future protection of native animals such as Numbats, Brushtail Wallabies and Mallee fowl.

Media Release - Australia Day 2022: A Day to Reflect, Respect and Celebrate
Posted 11 January 2022 Media Release - Australia Day 2022: A Day to Reflect, Respect and Celebrate

The Shire of Narrogin will begin its Australia Day celebrations on Wednesday 26 January 2022 in true Aussie style - on the lawn under a shady tree, accompanied by the classic barbeque breakfast. The event will take place on the grassed area at the front of the John Higgins Community Centre, 50 Clayton Road Narrogin, and commence at 7.30 am.

Media Release - Christmas Lights Competition Winners 2021
Posted 20 December 2021 Media Release - Christmas Lights Competition Winners 2021

Narrogin and Highbury residents have decorated their homes for Christmas again – and what a display. Numerous households are displaying bright and colourful installations of Christmas lights and decorations, and the judges have visited every street in search of the best residential Christmas Lights displays.

Narrogin Narrative
Posted 15 December 2021 Narrogin Narrative

Nominations open for Volunteer Service Awards
Posted 06 December 2021 Nominations open for Volunteer Service Awards

• Nominations are now open for the 2022 Volunteer Service Awards • Ceremony celebrates long serving volunteers for their commitment • Awards presented during National Volunteer week

Narrogin success with Emergency NBN Satellite Services Grant
Posted 01 December 2021 Narrogin success with Emergency NBN Satellite Services Grant

The Shire of Narrogin has recently been successful in obtaining 100% funding through the STAND (Strengthening Telecommunications Against Natural Disasters) Project to upgrade NBN satellite communications at the Shire Administration Building and Narrogin Recreation and Leisure Centre.

Indigenous Traineeship Success
Posted 29 November 2021 Indigenous Traineeship Success

The Shire of Narrogin has been successful for the third consecutive year in obtaining a fully funded administration trainee through the McGowan Government’s Regional Traineeship Grants Program. The grant is designed to support young people in vocational training, as well as subsidising the cost of employing a trainee in rural areas.

Media Release - Successful Wandering Stock Prosecution
Posted 18 November 2021 Media Release - Successful Wandering Stock Prosecution

The Shire of Narrogin has recently been successful in prosecuting a property owner for the ongoing issue of his wandering livestock along Yilliminning and McDougall Roads.

Narrogin $100,000 Dam Grant Success
Posted 17 November 2021 Narrogin $100,000 Dam Grant Success

The Minister for Water, the Hon Dave Kelly MLA, has approved a $100,000 grant from the McGowan Governments Community Water Supplies Partnership Program with Local Government to the Shire of Narrogin.

Remembrance Day 2021
Posted 17 November 2021 Remembrance Day 2021

Remembrance Day 2021 Narrogin Shire of Narrogin President, Leigh Ballard, recently attended the 2021 Remembrance Day Service at Memorial Park, Narrogin, on Thursday 11 November. President Ballard remarked “This is a day where we acknowledge the courage and sacrifice of those who served their country". He added “It’s great to see that all the local schools are involved and that the students have a very good understanding of the importance of this day to our community”. “The students all spoke with confidence and clarity and are a credit to not only their schools but to the Narrogin community” he also said. A copy of the student’s speeches are attached.

Narrogin Narrative
Posted 17 November 2021 Narrogin Narrative

November 2021

Fruit Fly
Posted 04 November 2021 Fruit Fly

Fruit flies have been a problem for fruit growers in WA, both commercial and home gardeners.

Narrogin Narrative
Posted 20 October 2021 Narrogin Narrative

October 2021

Results of Narrogin Election
Posted 19 October 2021 Results of Narrogin Election

Media Release

Recreational Trails Upgrade Set for Narrogin thanks to Lotterywest
Posted 15 October 2021 Recreational Trails Upgrade Set for Narrogin thanks to Lotterywest

Media Release

Homecare Newsletter
Posted 05 October 2021 Homecare Newsletter

October 2021

New Venture in Narrogin CBD MW Migration Solutions
Posted 21 September 2021 New Venture in Narrogin CBD MW Migration Solutions

Media Release

Local Government Recognition for Shire of Narrogin
Posted 20 September 2021 Local Government Recognition for Shire of Narrogin

Media Release

New Ventures in Narrogin CBD Southwest Aboriginal Medical Services (SWAMS)
Posted 20 September 2021 New Ventures in Narrogin CBD Southwest Aboriginal Medical Services (SWAMS)

Media Release

Narrogin Welcomes 23 New Aussies on Australian Citizenship Day
Posted 17 September 2021 Narrogin Welcomes 23 New Aussies on Australian Citizenship Day

Media Release

Narrogin Narrative
Posted 15 September 2021 Narrogin Narrative

September

Shire President Has New Four-Year Term
Posted 14 September 2021 Shire President Has New Four-Year Term

Media Release

Shire of Narrogin 2021/22 Budget Adopted
Posted 03 September 2021 Shire of Narrogin 2021/22 Budget Adopted

Media Release

Homecare Newsletter
Posted 03 September 2021 Homecare Newsletter

Road Update
Posted 18 August 2021 Road Update

18 August 2021

Open Letter to Mark McGowan
Posted 16 August 2021 Open Letter to Mark McGowan

Your Council has recently written to the Premier of Western Australia, on behalf of the 5,200 inhabitants of the Shire, to raise its concern about the proposed electoral reform that, if successful, could see the one-vote one-value system introduced. The proposed system would replace the current proportional voting system that has been in place successfully for many governments. To lose representation would mean country people will have their voice in parliament diminished and we requested of the Premier that Labor MPs be given the right to a conscience vote. If you wish to see a copy of my letter, it is available at the Administration and Library and published to the Shire Website News.

Road Update
Posted 13 August 2021 Road Update

13 August 2021

Road Update
Posted 10 August 2021 Road Update

The following roads are closed until further notice due to water over the road.

Homecare Newsletter
Posted 10 August 2021 Homecare Newsletter

August 2021

Narrogin Narrative
Posted 13 July 2021 Narrogin Narrative

July 2021

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