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Man accused of sexually touching paramedic

A man has been charged after allegedly sexually touching an on-duty paramedic at Colyton.

Man stops frightening car theft attempt

Police are warning residents to stay vigilant after an attempted car theft in Glenmore Park.

Man pleads guilty to sex offences against child

A Kingswood man has pleaded guilty to sexually abusing a six-year-old relative.

Proud to call Australia home: Dozens to become citizens on Sunday

Australia Day on Sunday will be extra special for 70 Penrith residents, who will officially become Australian citizens.

Jamison Park upgrade on track, despite question marks over sporting grants

The delivery of major upgrades to Jamison Park won’t be impacted by the scandal surrounding sporting grants in marginal electorates, Penrith City Council says.

Penrith prepares to celebrate Australia Day

This Sunday’s Australia Day festivities are set to be as vibrant as ever as residents celebrate heritage, diversity and traditions all over the region.

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The delivery of major upgrades to Jamison Park won’t be impacted by the scandal surrounding sporting grants in marginal electorates, Penrith City Council says.

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Fears former Panther Mose Masoe may never walk again

Former Penrith Panthers forward Mose Masoe may never walk again after suffering a serious spinal injury during a match in England.

Capewell makes himself at home at Panthers – literally

New recruit is keen to make an impact in 2020.

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Pasadena delivers perfect weekend getaway

The Pasadena Sydney Boutique Hotel and Waterside Restaurant is often referred to as the Northern Beaches’ best kept secret.

Ruby Princess feels like home

Ruby Princess’s first deployment to Australian waters is proving to be a major success with tens of thousands of passengers already booked.

Bubbletent: Camping with a difference

If you love mother nature, stargazing and a touch of camping – or should I say glamping – then staying overnight in a Bubbletent in the middle of nowhere is probably for you.

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