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

Firefighters work to extinguish factory blaze

Police are investigating the circumstances surrounding a factory fire in Penrith overnight. Shortly before midnight, emergency services were called to Peachtree Road following reports that a factory was well alight. On arrival officers located a scrap metal factory alight and worked throughout the early hours of the morning to extinguish the blaze. A crime scene […]… read more

Penrith aims to re-shape health approach

Penrith is set to become an international destination for health care excellence. Earlier today (Monday, October 23), plans were launched for a new world-class health and education precinct, The Quarter, which is set to create 6,000 additional jobs for the area. The Quarter benefits from current collaboration between health services and education providers within the […]… read more

New bridge starts to take shape

Work is ramping up on the new Nepean River Bridge with bridge trusses being welded together to form the main span, set to be launched in the coming weeks. Member for Penrith Stuart Ayres said crews are working around the clock at the Memorial Avenue compound to weld and paint 25 metre long, 8.2 metre […]… read more

Gina Field to end three year tenure as Chamber President

Gina Field is standing down as the President of the Penrith Valley Chamber of Commerce. Ms Field confirmed this morning she would not be nominating for the President position at the Chamber’s Annual General Meeting later this month. “I have served for three years and it’s been a fantastic time and an opportunity that I […]… read more

Karen McKeown to take on Stuart Ayres at 2019 State Election

Former Penrith Mayor Karen McKeown will take on Stuart Ayres at the 2019 State Election after being confirmed as Labor’s candidate for Penrith this morning. Opposition Leader Luke Foley will officially announce Cr McKeown’s appointment in St Marys inside the next hour. Cr McKeown has sat on Penrith City Council since 2004, serving as Deputy […]… read more

Man stabbed at shopping centre

Police are investigating after a man was stabbed in Penrith yesterday. About 5.15pm on Sunday, emergency services were called to a shopping centre on Jane Street, following reports a man had been stabbed. On arrival, officers located a 25-year-old male employee bleeding from a laceration to his arm. He was taken to Nepean Hospital where, […]… read more

Ashley will be Spectacular

Before this year, St Marys Senior High School student Ashley Dawes hadn’t heard of the Schools Spectacular. But come November, the 17-year-old Penrith local will take to the Qudos Bank Arena stage as one of the featured solo artists for the iconic event which showcases the talents of students from public schools across NSW. “I […]… read more

Ashley will be Spectacular

Before this year, St Marys Senior High School student Ashley Dawes hadn’t heard of the Schools Spectacular. But come November, the 17-year-old Penrith local will take to the Qudos Bank Arena stage as one of the featured solo artists for the iconic event which showcases the talents of students from public schools across NSW. “I […]… read more

The Week: October 21

Troy Dodds hosts The Week and is joined by Emily Newton, Nathan Taylor and Kate Reid.
Hear The Week on Vintage FM every Saturday morning from 8am.

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More Western Sydney News

Western Sydney news courtesy of The Western Weekender.