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

WowFM at the Festival Of Lights

WowFM 100.7 recently sponsored the punjabi folk heritage event Festival Of Lights. This was the first time WowFM has sponsored the festival.

WowFM ambassadors Majid Piracha & Daisy Tharin volunteered their help throughout the event on Sunday 1st October at Penrith showground. Our volunteer participants teamed up and mingled with SBS radio crew to help raise awareness of WowFM.

Some of the pictures taken of the event are included below.

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Western Sydney News

Blencowe keen to avenge loss to Canadian star

Canadian fighter Julia Budd has only had two losses in her Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) career – Ronda Rousey and Amanda Nunes – but Jamisontown resident Arlene Blencowe is hoping to give the current world title holder a third loss when the pair go head-to-head next week at Bellator 189 in Oklahoma. Blencowe and Budd […]… read more

Ayres says Labor “ignored trains for 16 years”

The much-criticised new train timetable is just days away from beginning and local commuters are still furious over increased transit times. Shadow Transport Minister Jodi McKay joined Londonderry MP Prue Car and Labor Candidate for Penrith Karen McKeown at Penrith Station, to discuss the impact the changes will bring. “If you’re going to have a […]… read more

Kids encouraged to post letters to Santa nice and early

The busiest night of the year is fast approaching for Santa and his little helpers, and Australia Post is urging children to post their letters to Santa early to ensure the jolly man in red has plenty of time to reply. Santa will soon be gearing up his sleigh and coming to town, but not […]… read more

Solar booms in Sydney’s west

With power bills continuing to climb, Penrith is leading the way for solar installations as locals look to keep costs down. Managing Director of Penrith Solar Centre, Jake Warner, said the demand for solar energy is high and unlikely to drop as people look to invest in energy that is good for the environment as […]… read more

State Government fails the test with new timetable

In 2014, when Gladys Berejiklian was Transport Minister in NSW, she said Redfern Station was “a major transport hub” when announcing an important upgrade. She was right, too. Redfern is indeed crucial to Sydney’s transport network now with more and more jobs being created in the general area including a major new office for the […]… read more

Inside hospital’s beating heart

Hidden away inside Nepean Hospital, staff work tirelessly to deliver some of the best and fastest work in the state. What can be described as the beating heart of the hospital with veins travelling into every crevice, the NSW Health Pathology lab at Nepean has provided over 35 years of vital pathology services for local […]… read more

Boom youngster Tyrone May signs new deal with Panthers

Five-eighth Tyrone May has signed a new two-year deal with the Penrith Panthers. The contract extension means the 21-year-old playmaker will remain with Panthers until at least the end of the 2020 season. “I was always focused on staying here and I never really wanted to leave,” May said. “When the (contract) offer came up, […]… read more

Free rego for toll users

Toll road users will soon be eligible for free car registration in an effort to reduce cost pressures on drivers. NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian today announced drivers will be eligible for free vehicle registration if they spend more than $25 a week, on average, over a 12 month period on tolls. “The majority of eligible […]… read more

Sitting dates change to ensure marriage equality before Christmas

The Federal Government is pushing ahead with plans to legislate same-sex marriage before Christmas, changing sitting times to ensure the matter can be finalised. The House of Representatives was due to sit from November 27 but will now resume on December 4 to allow the Senate more time to debate the legislation. “The Australian people […]… read more

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Western Sydney news courtesy of The Western Weekender.