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Residents concerned as laneways become hubs for anti-social behaviour

Residents in St Clair and Erskine Park are calling on Penrith City Council to better manage laneways near their homes, which have become targets for vandalism.

Women live with pain and discomfort after doctor’s botched boob jobs

Several local women reveal horror stories after undergoing breast implant surgery in Penrith.

Gould should be proud of his legacy at Penrith

If you’ve watched the politics play out at the Penrith Panthers in recent months, you would have known that Phil Gould’s departure from the club was inevitable.

Chance to reflect and remember

Dawn Services will be held in Penrith and St Marys on Thursday from 5am.

Labor promises Dukes Oval upgrade

An amenities upgrade for Dukes Oval in Emu Plains could be on the cards, as part of a $500,000 promise by Labor. The announcement comes...

Pub debate ignites in Glenmore Park

There's a push by a number of residents in Glenmore Park for a drinking hole to be established in the suburb.

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