A woman has been charged after turning herself in for robbing a beauty salon in St Marys last month.
OK, I’m going to put my hand up here, I admit I’m a dinosaur, a relic and probably one of the few people who don’t want to see a flashy new stadium built in the heart of Penrith.
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Your Panthers v Titans preview.
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The most misunderstood word in the Australian sporting vernacular is journeyman.
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17 years on, Australia still has a soft spot for Anthony Callea, the runner-up in season two of ‘Australian Idol’.
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A group of local students are donating the proceeds of their class project BBQ to The Haven after realising the scope of domestic violence in Australia.
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The M12 will now become a reality after it received fast-tracked planning approval under the NSW Government’s COVID-19 economic recovery program.
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Students tackle big issues from their school desk.
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From its tense opening scenes through to its bloody, bitter conclusion, ‘Wrath of Man’ delivers an engaging ride throughout.
Should the NRL press the delete button on part of its history?
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South Penrith local demands a better response from those in charge.
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Championship-level rowing is returning to the famous Nepean River this weekend, with hundreds of competitors set to row, row, row their boats for gold.
A cemetery has been approved to Wallacia.
The Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) has confirmed $30.7 billion was spent in stores and online in March – a 2.2 per cent increase on the same time last year.
Investigators have upgraded charges after a man died in hospital following a crash at Colyton earlier this year.
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Crowds at NRL matches won’t be impacted this weekend.
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Ebony Cornelius Mau’u had a tough childhood experiencing domestic violence at home, but she used her imagination to escape.
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If you have left your Mother’s Day present for that special woman in your life to the last minute, there are plenty of Penrith mums that sell products and experiences that will make the perfect gift.
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