Australian music icons Brian Cadd and Russell Morris will be bringing their long friendship that spans more than four decades to Penrith.
Emerging from lockdown, The Angels are ready to rock and reconnect with their fans right here in Penrith.
Residents at The Royce retirement community can now stay active at the new Wellness Centre and Studio.
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Police are searching for man who has breached an Apprehended Violence Order and his bail conditions.
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The NSW Government has committed $1.15 billion to kick start work on the Bradfield City Centre, supporting thousands of jobs on the doorstep of the new Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport.
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South Penrith resident Barry Costa has been recognised for showcasing an outstanding commitment to local organisations in the 2021 Queens Birthday Honours list.
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A man has been charged after a search of his Kingswood home allegedly revealed two firearms and over 2500 rounds of ammunition in various areas of the home. On Thursday, June 10, officers from Nepean Police Area Command Proactive Crime Team executed a search warrant at a home on Plunkett Crescent, Kingswood. The occupant, a […]
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Police have made an arrest in the search for Colyton man Adrian Buxton’s killer.
Locals will have more time to use their Dine & Discover vouchers with the initiative extended until the end of July.
Locals have a chance to tee off with some of the state’s best amputee golfers at the Nova Employment handicap corporate golf day.
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One of Penrith’s most popular annual sporting events is officially back, 12 months after it was axed due to COVID-19.
There are three dates the Penrith coaching staff and players will be looking forward to over the second half of the NRL competition.
July 2, July 31 and August 29.
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Star centre says side has trained hard all week to address issues.
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Parents from Leonay Public School are worried that multiple near misses on a pedestrian crossing could end with a child being hit by a car.
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Police are continuing to crack down on trail bike riders that are causing chaos in the community.
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Not all Penrith fans were well behaved at Leichhardt Oval last Friday night but for anyone (including leading journalists) to suggest Tigers supporters didn’t cross the line is preposterous.
The Panthers face the Sharks for the second time htis season.
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