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River water quality questioned

To swim or not to swim, that is the question. At least it has been for Penrith residents looking to cool off in the Nepean...

Service NSW centre to open in Glenmore Park

A new Service NSW facility is set to be built in Glenmore Park following an announcement by the State Government on Monday. Mulgoa MP Tanya...

Council’s circle of love

Bus drivers feel the heat

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Penrith have opted not to name a captain for the 2019 season, instead opting for a leadership group model. Coach Ivan Cleary has named a six-man leadership group, meaning almost half of the on-field team at any one time will...

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Panthers name leadership group for 2019 season

Penrith have opted not to name a captain for the 2019 season, instead opting for a leadership group model. Coach Ivan Cleary has named a...

Panthers prepare for first hit-out of new season

With star halfback Nathan Cleary still recovering from off-season ankle surgery, young gun Jarome Luai will partner James Maloney in the halves for this...

Mansour feels right at home

Josh Mansour is one of Penrith’s longest serving players, having made his NRL debut back in 2012. However, despite his long affiliation with the...

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