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New playspace named after proud Penrith local

Penrith City Council has officially opened a new playspace in the renamed Max Baker Reserve in Jamisontown. 

Talented Penrith duo set for Junior Theatre Festival in US

After a number of challenging competitions, two Penrith students have been selected to represent Australia in the US as Aussie All Stars at next year’s Junior Theatre Festival, but they need your support to turn their dreams into a reality.

Woman charged after setting neighbour’s fence on fire

A woman has been charged after allegedly lighting a neighbour’s fence on fire last weekend.

Woman assaulted after bizarre dispute over container

A bizarre neighbourhood dispute has resulted in a woman being punched in the face and another being charged.

Nominations open for Mount Druitt St Marys Local Business Awards

The Mount Druitt St Marys Local Business Awards is back, and founder Steve Loe has called on the community to nominate their favourite businesses.

Now’s the time to get your flu shot, experts say

With flu season right around the corner, experts are encouraging local residents to roll up their sleeves and get vaccinated.

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Panthers forward Liam Henry says he can't wait to head back to the country for next week's game in Bathurst.

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Country roads take Henry home

Panthers forward Liam Henry says he can't wait to head back to the country for next week's game in Bathurst.

Masked Panther: Luai love defies club loyalties

A touching Jarome Luai photo, a top celeb watches the Panthers and so much more in The Masked Panther's latest column.

Rugby league’s most uncomfortable milestone: Penrith junior Michael Jennings reaches 300...

It was a rugby league career that started in Penrith, went wildly off the rails and has now reached a major milestone in controversial circumstances.

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So much to see and do in the nation’s capital

Cassidy Pearce ventures to Canberra, discovering there's plenty more to the nation's capital than you think.

World Club Challenge: 10 fun facts about Wigan, England

The Panthers have been in the UK this week, preparing for their showdown against reigning Super League Champions, the Wigan Warriors, on Sunday morning. The...

Hotel TOTTO makes a splash in Wollongong

Reporter Ellie Busby heads to Wollongong, where she discovers Hotel TOTTO - a newcomer delivering the perfect weekend away.

Leura’s Fairmont Resort has still got it

The Fairmont Resort offers plenty of activities for kids, great restaurants and a superb location to access the fun of the Blue Mountains.

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A warm and caring community at St Hedwig

St Hedwig Retirement Village is now open and welcoming its newest residents into the recently completed development on Reservoir Road, Blacktown.

There’s something for everyone at Rashays

Over the last eight years of operation, Rashays has built up its reputation as a family favourite in the Penrith area.

Stratco prepares for its biggest move

Stratco is moving to an iconic location in Jamisontown.

Australia’s Billionaire Boom 2024: Meet the Newest Titans of Wealth

In 2024, Australia has become home to an increasingly affluent elite with a record-breaking 159 billionaires.

Egg-citing Easter at The Bunker

Get ready for an egg-citing Easter adventure at The Bunker Mulgoa.

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