Tuesday, August 16, 2022

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Opposition Leader checks in to Penrith

Holding the Federal Government accountable and listening to the needs of business owners will be key pillars as the Liberal Party tries to rebuild...

Eggs-plore your local area and find a fresh bargain in Llandilo

Whether you have them scrambled, fried, or sunny-side up, eggs are no doubt a staple in the diets of many.

Image released as part of investigation into armed robbery

Police are appealing for public assistance as they investigate an armed robbery in Penrith back in May.

Lights to provide new access point to Panthers precinct

Jamison Road will be getting a new set of traffic lights as part of an upgrade to create a new access point into the Penrith Panthers Precinct.

New lights make River Walk safer

More people are pounding the pavement after long-requested lighting was recently installed along the Great River Walk from Jamison Road to Nepean Avenue.

Sports Minister says “range of options” on table for stadium, as...

Labor is refusing to commit to building the new Penrith Stadium if it wins government next March as the project looms as a potential major election issue.

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Penrith assistant coach Cameron Ciraldo will leave the club at the end of the season after officially signing as coach of Canterbury from next season.

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Ciraldo signs five-year deal to coach Canterbury

Penrith assistant coach Cameron Ciraldo will leave the club at the end of the season after officially signing as coach of Canterbury from next season.

Masked Panther: Mid-Finals Merv locked in

Penrith has scheduled the Merv Cartwright Medal for Monday, September 12.

Panthers look to brush off week of distractions ahead of Storm...

When you looked at the NRL draw late last year and saw a Panthers v Storm match scheduled for a Thursday night deep in the season, you stamped it as an immediate blockbuster.

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Yass delivers a quiet weekend away with some stunning surprises

If you are anything like me and have a love of our great Australian country and rural towns and villages, then I suggest you read on as I rule the thumb over the New South Wales splendour of Yass.

Travel to Vietnam with Scotty

The resilience and strength of human beings can be tested in many ways, and the way that certain people respond to testing times differs often as well.

Oaks Sydney Goldsbrough Suites offers perfect staycation accommodation

With one of the biggest weekends of the year coming up, I needed a place in the CBD that had all the comforts of home and that also wouldn’t break the bank. That place was the four-star Oaks Sydney Goldsbrough Suites.

Singapore is a must-visit location

When it comes to holiday destinations under 10 hours flight time from my home base of Sydney, Singapore has always been a personal favourite.

Fiji is the perfect first step back into international travel

I hadn’t been to Fiji in a long time; in fact, it had been more than 10 years since my last trip.

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