Prepare to be transported to the hills of Florence or a quaint square in Rome when you experience the beautiful outlook and authentic Italian cuisine at Poppi Tino.
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The project is expected to be completed in early 2022.
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Red Cross Penrith is looking for fresh blood in a search for new volunteers.
Whether you want to deck out your man cave or show off your support in your home or office, eBay can be the perfect place for Penrith Panthers fans to spend some money.
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A local teenager has been recognised for her passion for keeping Year 12 formals and graduations on track despite the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Panthers name Cleary and Yeo co-captains for 2021 season.
It’s that time of year – time for your annual dose of Liam Neeson playing a simple guy with a big problem.
What’s not to love about the 1970s? Fun fashion, Woodstock, and most of all – fantastic music.
Talented centre is heading to England.
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Endeavour Energy today announced the start of construction of its $26.6 million South Erskine Park Zone Substation to power the $3 billion Oakdale Industrial Estate at Kemps Creek.
The National Rugby League (NRL) has today issued Penrith Panthers player Brent Naden with a breach notice for failing to comply with the game’s 2020 biosecurity protocols. The breach notice proposes Naden be fined $5,000 after he associated with people outside the Panthers’ bubble, on the evening prior to the 2020 NRL Telstra Premiership Grand […]
Young Academics Cranebrook is giving back to the community one drive at a time.
The St Vincent de Paul Society NSW is calling on the State Government to take action for the thousands of people that are in need of a home.
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A man has been arrested as part of investigations into three separate arson attacks at supplement stores across Sydney, including two in St Marys.
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The world may have changed drastically since last year’s Super Bowl in Miami, but the excitement for this Monday’s game remains the same.
Caddens residents have been calling for solutions to stop speeding drivers on Cadda Ridge Drive for over a year with no resolution in sight.
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Shannon Boyd is a local designer and illustrator, who has transformed his passion for art into an occupation.
The establishment of a local sensory gym for people with special needs could be imminent after a well-known disability group lodged plans with Penrith Council.
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