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Penrith Press axes print edition effective immediately

The Penrith Press has axed its long-standing print edition after 73 years.

York Jewellers celebrates 45 years in business

Proud family owned business, York Jewellers is celebrating its milestone of 45 years of jewellery making.

Have your say on $15 million Gipps St plan

Locals encouraged to have their say on $15 million plan for new recreation area.

M4 bridge change: River Walk goes one-way

Penrith’s famous Great River Walk has been streamlined to avoid pedestrians clashing near the M4 Motorway bridge.

Father guilty of domestic violence offences

A father has been found guilty of injuring his two young children and partner at their St Marys home, in a serious and disturbing case of domestic violence.

Dennis French pleads not guilty to murder of Cheryl Ardler

The man accused of killing Cranebrook’s Cheryl Ardler has formally maintained his innocence.

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