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St Marys teen arrested over station affray

A fourth teenager has been arrested today over an alleged armed affray at a train station earlier this month.

From Werrington to the world: Kids use power of YouTube to...

Werrington brothers Sallu and Allu Suraj are learning skills and sharing them with audiences around the world.

Mouse numbers rise as weather gets colder

Mouse numbers are on the rise in Penrith.

Cleary has Panthers perfectly placed for quiet premiership assault

The Panthers are flying under the radar - just as Ivan Cleary would like.

Shifting demographics: Penrith’s getting older

63 per cent jump in seniors calling Penrith home as local demographics shift

ABC is critical, but not immune from reality

Troy Dodds with his take on the recent ABC cuts.

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