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Todarellos Hazelbrook Fruit & Vegs – The Village Centre Hazelbrook, Gt. Western Hwy, Hazelbrook, NSW, 2779.
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Winmalee Quality Meats – 281 Hawkesbury Rd, Winmalee, NSW, 2777.

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Harvey Norman Print Shop – Cnr Mulgoa Rd & Harvey Norman Centre, Wolseley St, Jamisontown, NSW, 2750.
Little & Rabie Betta Electrical – 2/69 York Rd, Penrith, NSW, 2750.
CC Tyres Penrith – 108-110 Batt St, Jamisontown, NSW,2750.
Amanda Little & Associates – 3/36 Woodriff St, Penrith, NSW, 2750.
Law Partners – 7/458-470 High St, Penrith, NSW, 2750.
Gaels Cultural and Sporting Association – Glebe Place & Phillip St, Kingswood, NSW, 2747.

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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.

Community Radio Penrith

Featured Program

The Italian Program with Jim Tiberi

Tuesdays 10am – 12pm

I arrived in Australia with my mother and father as a young 8 year old child. Within a few months I was speaking reasonable English and life was almost back to normal for me.

JimI started my working life as an apprentice electrician, after 18 months I thought that it wasn’t for me. I went to work for Transfield construction as a formwork carpenter on their construction sites.  After a couple of years, still with Transfield, I decided to take it further and go to University and study Civil Engineering as a mature age student.

At 28 years of age I graduated and my life changed dramatically, still with Transfield but now as an Engineer I was involved in the construction of bridges, highways, power stations and tunnels in most Australian states and overseas.  For the last 20 years of my working life my involvement was mostly in tunnels, the Sydney Harbour tunnel, The M5 East tunnel, The Cross City tunnel and the Lane Cove tunnel to name a few.

Jim

A casual family get together.

When I retired in 2006 I did the usual travel bit that retirees do. Soon  tiring of that I joined the University of the Third Age (U3A) and taught Italian, Computers and Bonsai to the members of that organisation.  Two years after joining I was elected President in 2010, a role I still hold today.

Jim

Receiving Australia Day Award in 2011.

Soon after being elected president of U3A I was asked to join WOW FM and present an Italian program, this week (6th Aug. 2016) was my 282nd on air program at WOW FM.  I enjoy the program, I love presenting those wonderful Italian songs and hopefully I will be able to continue doing the show for some time to come.

Western Sydney News

Students turn history into reality

Five young Penrith locals are currently on the trip of a lifetime after taking off to walk the Kokoda Trail in Papua New Guinea last Saturday. Out of the 10 applicants that were interviewed, 17-year-old Annelise Isaacs, 17-year-old Madison Turner, 16-year-old Braidon Berridge, 18-year-old Emily Pollock and 17-year-old Brendon Speechley were all selected to be… read more

Panthers aim for title double

The Penrith Panthers will be aiming to be the second side in Holden Cup history to win back-to-back premierships when they take on the Sydney Roosters this Sunday afternoon. The Panthers, who finished the regular season as minor premiers, will contest their third ever National Youth Competition (NYC) Grand Final after defeating North Queensland 32-16… read more

Thain elected Mayor, Hitchen Deputy

Labor’s John Thain has been elected as the new Mayor of Penrith for the next two years. The veteran Councillor was elected unopposed at tonight’s Council meeting. Liberal Councillor Tricia Hitchen will be his Deputy. “It’s been a while since I’ve been in this chair but it’s something I look forward to,” Cr Thain said.… read more

‘Rapid build’ prison for Emu Plains

Emu Plains will house the latest ‘rapid build’ prison, which the State Government says will stimulate the area’s economy and provide local jobs. This is the third of four innovative dormitory-style facilities to be approved for construction by the NSW Government. The expansion is part of the $3.8 billion plan in response to the rising prison… read more

Police to be out in force during school holidays

Police are appealing to road users to stay safe on the road ahead of the upcoming school holidays. With the aim of keeping the road toll at zero during the school holiday period, police will be out in force to ensure that everyone arrives at their destination safely. The school holidays begin today (Friday, September… read more

Driving blind on our roads

More than two million motorists in Australia don’t wear their glasses while driving, despite having a prescription to do so. St Marys Specsavers Optometrist, Adrian Yap, is joining the campaign and calling on all motorists to make sure they have clear vision before getting behind the wheel. The campaign comes in response to new research… read more

Panthers re-sign Moylan, Cartwright

Penrith stars Matt Moylan and Bryce Cartwright have signed new long-term deals with the club. The Panthers confirmed this morning that Moylan and Cartwright this week agreed to extend their contracts by an additional four years and three years respectively. The re-signings mean the star duo will remain with the Panthers until at least the… read more

Eating healthy at work

When it comes to eating healthy at work it can sometimes seem like too much hassle. You’re busy, deadlines are looming and taking time out to make a salad is the last thing on your mind. But there’s a few simple tricks to keep work from getting in the way of a healthy lifestyle. Keep… read more

Sounds of summer as cricket season nears

Ahead of this weekend’s opening round of the 2016/17 Sydney Grade Cricket competition, the Penrith Cricket Club have announced their captains for the upcoming season. Last Saturday night the club held their annual Season Launch where they revealed Ryan Smith as club captain and Matthew Halse as first grade captain for the 2016/17 season. Penrith… read more

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Western Sydney news courtesy of The Western Weekender.

WowFM News

WowFM article in Western Weekender

WowFM was featured recently in an article published in Penrith’s and Western Sydney newspaper ‘The Western Weekender’. To read the article click on the following link – http://westernweekender.com.au/2016/01/upgrades-have-the-wow-factor/… read more

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