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Cruelty must stop

Salvatore Iogha and his family are appealing to the public for help after their family dog was attacked by a teenager...

Man injured by air rifle

Police are looking for a man who has injured a Berkshire Park resident with an air rifle. ...

Arrest over Phriction brawl

Officers from the Gang Squad’s Strike Force Raptor have arrested a man in relation to a nightclub brawl in Penrith last...

Family mourns death of boy

A Penrith family is mourning the loss of their 11-year-old son following a tragic crash on the NSW North Coast this...

Escapee caught on busy highway

Police have arrested a man who escaped from a correctional facility at Parklea at Kingswood.   ...

12-year-old girl assaulted

Penrith Police are appealing for witnesses after a 12-year-old girl was assaulted at about 7.40pm on Thursday, December 15. ...

Latest Council news

Merry Christmas to the people of Penrith City!   As 2011 draws to a close, I’d...

Update on murder cases

Murder was the word at Penrith Local Court this week with three men facing murder charges appearing at the court in...

Good news for David

Lindsay MP, David Bradbury, may not have the support of local clubs for the Federal Government’s poker machine reforms, but he...

Bakery busted

The community can be assured that Penrith City Council is looking after their health with the successful prosecution of the proprietor...

Thanks, but no thanks

A  local resident is out of pocket over $150 after she was summoned to only half a day’s worth of jury...

Helping those in need

Over 60 disadvantaged families in Cranebrook will enjoy a delicious ham lunch this Christmas thanks to the Penrith Valley Fund. ...

"Worst case" of cruelty

A local wildlife rescuer said she encountered the worst incident of animal cruelty she has ever seen when she rescued a...

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...

Man arrested after break-in

A man has been arrested and charged with a string of break and enters after allegedly breaking into a home in...

Not good enough, says Kevin

The state of Penrith’s roads looks like something you would find back in the 1950s, according to Penrith City Councillor, Kevin...

Protest at Bradbury's office

Are you interested in defence after election time?   That’s the question local Department of Defence...

Brawl breaks out at hall

On Friday, December 9 at 11.20pm, a brawl broke out at a community hall in Glenmore Park. ...

Funds for UWS

A total of $45 million will see the University of Western Sydney (UWS) significantly improve its UWSCollege program, which provides a...

Cops turn to Facebook

Penrith and St Marys Police have launched their own Facebook pages this week as part of the NSW Police Force’s Eyewatch...

Council closes skate park

Penrith City Council has temporarily closed St Clair Skate Park to skaters for reasons of safety, following the gathering of people...

One year since Candice was taken

When Sylvia Falls drove along the Northern Road last week, the car behind was clearly in a rush to get somewhere....

Teen approached at Colyton

Police are appealing for public assistance after a teenage girl was approached by two men in western Sydney yesterday.

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New route for shuttle

Penrith’s free shuttle bus will travel a shortened, amended route from Monday morning.   After lobbying...

Robbery at Llandilo

Penrith Police seeking help for a robbery at Llandilo.   Around 11.00pm on Sunday 4 December...

Call for Jane Street overhaul

Shadow Minister for Roads, Robert Furolo, has called on the O'Farrell Government to provide a start date for planning work on...

Panthers board re-elected

The Panthers Group today announced that the current Board of the Directors has been re-elected for a further two-year term. ...

Roadside surgery at Wallacia

A doctor was forced to dramatically perform surgery on a man as emergency service workers attempted to free him from the...

Mystery of man on bus

Police are seeking to identify a man after an incident on a school bus in Penrith.  ...

Child approached at St Clair

Police are appealing for witnesses after three schoolboys were approached by a suspicious van in St Clair earlier this week. ...

Police uncover stolen goods

Police in Sydney’s west have uncovered a stash of suspected stolen property during a raid on a Penrith house. ...

Speed limits set for review

Speed limits on three roads in Penrith will be up for review in the first quarter of next year. ...

Penrith's call for jobs

3000 new jobs would inject an extra $671 million into the City’s economy so last week Council delivered a convincing business...

Feltis: Board should be retained

Panthers Chairman Don Feltis says the club’s current board should be retained so it can finish the job it started. ...

Wallet thief caught

A 30 year old male has been charged with using a weapon to avoid apprehension, stealing and assault, following the theft...

Big wet to continue

Penrith is set to get another big soaking over the weekend.   Rain has been falling...

Shooting at South Penrith

A family narrowly escaped injury this morning after their South Penrith home was sprayed with bullets. ...

Santa challenge set

Local businesses are out to prove who has what it takes to win the Charity Santa Run at the annual Penrith...

Living in Llandilo

From the young age of 10 to those aged 80-years or older, Llandilo residents had the opportunity to tell their fascinating...

Businesses honoured

More than 1,400 western Sydney businesses were acknowledged last week for their sustainability efforts after participating in the State Government’s business...