The Voice of the Nepean Valley – WowFM

Wow FM 100.7 has represented and entertained the communities of the Penrith Valley, Western Sydney and the Lower Blue Mountains for more than twenty five years.

We provide music from many eras and genres to keep the feet of any age and musical taste tapping all day long.

Recently we have undergone new and exciting modifications which we hope will enhance the the listening experience of our culturally and chronologically diverse community. With programs in several languages providing local and international news and current events, we aim to provide appropriate content which is both pertinent and informative.

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Western Sydney News

Police investigate two jewellery store break-ins in just two days

Police are investigating after two St Marys jewellery stores were broken into in as many days this week. “About 3.45am on Tuesday, September 19 two men on a black motorcycle with their faces covered, approached the front entrance of a shopping centre on Charles Hackett Drive,” a police statement said. “One of the men used […]… read more

Cambridge Gardens home goes up in flames

A two-storey Cambridge Gardens home has gone up in flames in a house fire today. Emergency services arrived on scene at Summerfield Circuit around 11.30am Thursday, September 21 to find the house well alight. The house has been severely damaged, with a partial roof collapse making the fire difficult to get under control at times. […]… read more

Seniors encouraged to have a swing

Penrith Golf Club will take part in a state-wide golf participation project to help increase the number of seniors playing golf. The ‘Get into Golf – for Seniors’ program will provide opportunities for seniors who may never have played golf, to get involved with the game, to make new friends, to learn basic skills, and […]… read more

The cruelty of Dementia

Challenge is the word that Penrith’s Ann Parer uses to describe her life with her husband John, who has Dementia. Married for 32 years, her husband, a former surgeon at Nepean Hospital, lives a very different life to a decade ago. About seven years ago, Mrs Parer noticed very subtle changes that crept in to […]… read more

Helen Walker OAM passes away

Helen Walker OAM, who pioneered Great Community Transport in Penrith, has passed away. She was 66-years-old. A memorial service will be held at the Leura Memorial Gardens on Friday from 11am. Ms Walker retired from Great Community Transport last year after 30 years serving the Blue Mountains and Penrith communities. Upon retiring last year, she […]… read more

Sweetest wedding of the year

Cambridge Park newlyweds have become a global Internet sensation after their sweet doughnut bridal bouquets went viral. Paige Kirk and her new husband Steven celebrated their big day with a ‘hole’ lot of fun thanks to the doughnut bouquets by Dessert Boxes. Mrs Kirk said the week following their wedding has been “crazy” after receiving […]… read more

Fire crews prepare for long, hot summer

Grass fires caused by dry winds and hot weather have already given Penrith an indication of what’s to come this summer, with fire crews dreading the warmer months ahead. Rural Fire Service Cumberland District Manager, Superintendent Simon Davis, said that the best thing people can do in the hotter months is be ready in case […]… read more

Panthers didn’t want it enough

Any real estate agent will tell you that kitchens sell houses. The backyard can be a beauty, the bathroom can be freshly renovated, the family room can provide plenty of ‘wow’ factor, but the kitchen is the key to success. If the Penrith Panthers were a house, they’d be close to perfect. Good foundations, family […]… read more

Modern twist on classic play

Acclaimed national theatre company Bell Shakespeare is returning to The Joan and this time they’re turning ‘The Merchant of Venice’ on its head. One of the world’s foremost producers of Shakespeare’s work will give this classic tale a politically charged, modern day interpretation when it takes to the stage next month. ‘The Merchant of Venice’ […]… read more

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Western Sydney news courtesy of The Western Weekender.