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Funerals on the water

Penrith residents will now be able to celebrate the life of a loved one aboard the Nepean Belle Paddlewheeler. Nepean Valley Funerals owner, Jim Mueller...

Locals urged to take care as temperatures begin to soar

Emergency workers are urging locals to prepare and take care in the hot weather with scorching temperatures predicted for the rest of the week. It'll...

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Sporting hub promised

A new sporting hub at Kingswood High School will be built with the State Government to contribute $300,000 to the project. Penrith MP and NSW Sports Minister Stuart Ayres said due to growing demand in the local area, there has...

RUGBY LEAGUE

Yeo hopes Panthers go to next level

After Ivan Cleary gave him his NRL debut back in 2014, Panthers backrower Isaah Yeo is thrilled to be linking up with the former...

Cleary comfortable working with father Ivan

Panthers halfback Nathan Cleary has admitted it was “weird” hearing his father, Ivan, address his teammates for the first time, but has since gotten...

Panthers re-sign James Fisher-Harris

Penrith have fended off a huge offer from Canterbury and have re-signed rampaging forward James Fisher-Harris. The new deal means the 22-year-old forward will remain...

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