Western Sydney News

House destroyed by fire in Glenmore Park

Police have appealed for information from the public after a house was destroyed by fire at Glenmore Park overnight. Shortly after 1.30am today, emergency services were contacted about a house on fire in Kyarra Terrace. Numerous residents in the area were disturbed by loud explosions from the home, which was well alight. Emergency services were […]… read more

Police investigate after shots fired into Caddens house

Shots have reportedly been fired into a house in Caddens this afternoon. Police were called to Valencia Street at around 2.20pm today following reports shots had been fired into a house. Officers from Nepean Police Area Command have established a crime scene and commenced an investigation. No injuries and have reported and inquiries are continuing. […]… read more

Panthers dump leadership group model and name James Tamou captain

Penrith coach Ivan Cleary has dumped the club’s leadership group model after just five rounds and has installed James Tamou as the team’s permanent skipper. In February, Cleary announced that Tamou along with James Maloney, Isaah Yeo, Dallin Watene-Zelezniak, Josh Mansour and Nathan Cleary would form a leadership group to guide the team through the […]… read more

Travis Collins returns to Rooty Hill RSL

Australia’s number one country music artist Travis Collins is heading back to Rooty Hill for the second time with his ‘Brave & The Broken’ album tour, promising his voice will be a lot better this time around. “This album has seen us cover a lot of ground, a lot of tour dates, but it’s very […]… read more

Labor promises Jamison Park upgrade

Labor says it will invest $15 million to support local netball and deliver the Jamison Park Multi-Purpose Indoor Sport Centre. Labor Candidate for Lindsay, Diane Beamer, said that Labor will deliver four extra local courts to support the growing western Sydney netball community. “Western Sydney loves its sport and we love our netball. That’s why […]… read more

Asbestos found at Council Works Depot

Representatives from Penrith City Council are in clean-up mode after asbestos was found at their Works Depot on Copeland Street. Experts wearing special suits were on site this morning, covering the contaminated area. A large orange safety fence and signage has been put up for the safety of workers, school kids and the broader community. […]… read more

Meantal health wellbeing program launches at YMCA Penrith

A new youth mental wellbeing program that provides free access to exercise sessions and support networks is now available in Penrith and will celebrate with a free Youth Week event. YMCA Uplift is a partnership between YMCA NSW and Bendigo Bank, targeting 12 to 25-year-olds who have mental health issues or are experiencing stress due […]… read more