Wednesday, January 17, 2018

News

You get what you pay for: Warning over cheap school shoes

While it’s almost time for parents to rejoice as the school holidays start coming to an end, it also means that it’s time to...

Helping ease the back to school cost burden

The giving season doesn’t end at Christmas, with many struggling locals in need of a little bit of extra help this new year. Mama Lana’s...

Adriana’s shot at the big time

Soaring to new heights in her modelling career, local 19-year-old Adriana Maltese has made it to the grand final in the Australian Supermodel of...

Residents and police foil break and enter attempt at Colyton

Two men who broke in and tried to steal from a home in the middle of the night were foiled when the resident chased...

St Clair family’s $75 electricity bill: How you can do it too

In 2018, it might not seem that unusual that more and more people living in the suburbs are doing their bit to live more...

Is Salt Therapy the answer you’ve been looking for?

Salt therapy helps to relieve symptoms of respiratory and skin conditions in thousands of adults and children, and Salts of the Earth is leading...

“This will shut down the city”: Constance fumes at Union

Transport Minister Andrew Constance's headache just became a migraine. The Rail, Tram and Bus Union confirmed today that its members will strike for 24 hours...

Fresh approach to childcare in Emu Plains

An innovative childcare centre that incorporates the interests of primary students to allow them to explore their passions free from boredom is coming to...

Lauren Hickson’s killer fails in parole bid

Lauren Hickson's murderer will remain behind bars until at least March after his parole case was adjourned again this morning. Lauren was only four-years-old when...

Changing Australia Day just plain wrong

There is nothing that sums up Australia better for me than the singing of our national anthem. Here is an anthem with two verses, the...

Drivers to ban overtime as train crisis continues

More pain is on the way for commuters with drivers set to enforce an indefinite ban on overtime from January 25 as their pay...

Police investigate St Marys assault

Police are investigating after a man was found stabbed in St Marys this morning. Just before 1am today, a group of youths flagged down police...

Throw Axe set to become Penrith’s next must-do activity

It’s been called darts on steroids and now locals will be able to release their inner lumberjack at Penrith’s newest extreme activity, Throw Axe. As...

Transport Minister breaks silence on rail crisis

Transport Minister Andrew Constance has addressed the media in the wake of two days of delays that saw the train network descend into chaos. Services...

Local mum’s bullying crusade

Single mum of four, Jessica Harland, is helping spread the message that bullying is not cool, one school at a time. The local mum, with...

Bridge construction on track

The Nepean River pedestrian bridge is starting to soar as the launch of bridge sections has begun. The vibrant ochre colour of the $49 million...

Delays continue on rail network

Train commuters are enduring a second straight day of delays as the Sydney Trains network plunges into crisis. A controversial new timetable, staff shortages and...

Diana Ferrari to close Penrith store on January 21

Footwear, clothing and accessories outlet Diana Ferrari will close its retail stores, including its Penrith location inside Westfield. The Penrith store will close on January...

Man charged after flouting fire ban

A man has been charged after allegedly deliberately lighting a fire near Penrith today. About 12pm today, police will allege a man deliberately set fire...

More headaches for train commuters

Train commuters are facing long delays trying to get home with delays on the Western Line due to "operational issues" as the State Government's...