Community

Mother of two starts hot new career

With the threat of an early fire season this year, the region is getting prepared by welcoming three new firefighters to the area. After graduating...

Guns stolen from St Marys

Police are appealing for information after several firearms were stolen from a gun club at St Marys last night. ...

Car park upgrade long overdue, says Panthers management

No longer will patrons of Penrith Panthers Leagues Club have to negotiate pot holes and uneven surfaces when endeavouring to use the car...

Council to trial 'live' sites

Locals will be able to come together as a community and watch movies, sporting events and ceremonies for free after Penrith Council identified...

Councillor: Road must be fixed

School children, mothers with prams and the elderly constantly dodge traffic when crossing the road to access St Marys’ Station Plaza,...

Cherry on top for local author

When Penrith’s Stephanie May wasn’t getting the acting work she was searching for, she took matters into her own hands. Instead of being in front...

Kerry-Anne has the Galaxy at her feet

Colyton resident Kerry-Anne Peterson is ready to take on the Miss Galaxy Australia Pageant after raising well over $5000 for various charities throughout her...

New hub of excitement in Jordan Springs

Designed by the community, for the community, the new Jordan Springs Community Resource Hub has now been approved by Council. Construction is expected to commence...

Jill gives back to hospital

If you have been to Nepean Hospital in the past eight and a half years, you might recognise the smiling face of volunteer Jill...

Penrith looks to USA

Penrith government and business leaders will be looking as far as the United States of America for inspiration in developing the area’s health industry....

NBN coming to Penrith

Nearly 3000 residential and commercial premises in the heart of the Penrith CBD will be connected to the national broadband network...

New opera company set to hit a high note

Get a taste for the future of opera in western Sydney, as the newly formed Western Sydney Opera company treats Penrith to their first...

Road trip is outside the box

Known as the ‘The Odd Couple’, Penrith locals John Parsons and Nadim Joukhadar will be going on the adventure of a lifetime – they...

Horses re-homed after cruelty

A mare and filly are recovering well despite their owner pleading guilty to two animal cruelty charges in Penrith Court last week. In...

Drive-by shooting at St Clair

Police are appealing for information following a shooting in St Clair.   About 1.20am yesterday, police...

Friends take on a mighty challenge

One in three people live in poverty but a team of four from Penrith are determined to help change that in any way they...

New in blue

Penrith and St Marys Police received a significant boost to their frontline numbers this week, with seven fresh faces in total joining the...

Assault charges laid

Sex Crimes Squad detectives have arrested a man following investigations into an alleged break-and-enter, sexual assault and stabbing at Penrith yesterday....

Shondelle wants to be the UGLY-est

Far from ugly, the Milestone Hotel in Kingswood’s Shondelle O’Connor is trying to be the best UGLY bartender there can be. 31-year-old Ms O’Connor is...