Noorat Primary School

  • Trail to weave natural stories

    NOORAT Primary School students have already started to come up with ideas for a new biodiversity trail project, which received a State Government grant last week.

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  • Final bell for principal

    AFTER 18 years in the top job at Noorat Primary School, Kenneth Plummer has decided it is time for new blood to step up to the plate.

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  • New friends for Noorat students

    THE Noorat Primary School community has welcomed two new faces, with a pair of Jersey heifers arriving earlier this week.

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  • Cats visit local schools

    LOCAL students were star-struck when some of their footballing idols came to town on Monday.

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  • Youth embrace Anzac spirit

    KEEPING the Anzac spirit alive among the younger generation appears to have worked successfully if attendance at the Terang RSL hall this week is anything to go by.

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  • Big year of giving for the Terang op-shop

    THE Terang Op-shop has come to the end of another successful financial year making more than $70,000 worth of donations to more than 30 community groups and organisations.

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  • Crowds flock to Anzac Day services

    HUNDREDS of people attended Anzac Day services in Terang and Noorat on the weekend to mark the 100th anniversary of the Gallipoli landings.

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  • Terang hosts primary tri-sports

    STUDENTS from across the district made the trip to Terang last Wednesday for the annual winter tri-sports competition.

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  • Say goodbye to the 70 signs

    MOTORISTS entering Noorat from the east will have to apply the brakes a little firmer and a little earlier as the State Government replaces 70 kilometres per hour (kph) zones with 60kph.

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