Western Sydney News

Melanoma March moves online

In its 10th year running, Melanoma March has been moved online. This year, patrons are being asked to head online to participate in an interactive digital campaign by buying a $30 digital footprint, symbolising the one Australian diagnosed with melanoma every 30 minutes. Cranebrook woman Debbie Henry has been hosting Penrith’s Melanoma March event for […]

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Log Cabin to rise from the ashes

The rebirth of Penrith’s Log Cabin has officially begun, nine years after it was gutted by fire. About 50 people descended on the Memorial Avenue site on Tuesday to witness the sod turning ceremony, signalling the start of construction. Penrith MP Stuart Ayres thanked the new owners, the Cottle family, Laundy family and local businessman […]

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PM meets with local manufacturers

Prime Minister Scott Morrison visited window and door manufacturer Plustec in Emu Plains last week to discuss Australian-made products with western Sydney businesses. He joined the Advanced Manufacturing Taskforce put together by Lindsay MP Melissa McIntosh to hear first-hand from local manufacturers in a roundtable discussion. After meeting with a range of local businesses, Mr […]

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High-ranking bikie charged after shots fired in Caddens

A high-ranking member of an outlaw motorcycle gang has been charged after allegedly firing shots during a domestic violence-related incident in western Sydney yesterday. About 5pm on Monday, March 1, a man attended a house on O’Connell Street, Caddens, declaring he wanted to see a younger man, who is known to him. Fearing for his […]

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