Monday, June 14, 2021

LOCAL NEWS

Dine & Discover voucher scheme extended

Locals will have more time to use their Dine & Discover vouchers with the initiative extended until the end of July.

Golf Day a chance to learn about new range of job...

Locals have a chance to tee off with some of the state’s best amputee golfers at the Nova Employment handicap corporate golf day.

Parents fear safety of children after numerous near misses at pedestrian...

Parents from Leonay Public School are worried that multiple near misses on a pedestrian crossing could end with a child being hit by a car.

Police launch fresh crackdown on trail bike riders

Police are continuing to crack down on trail bike riders that are causing chaos in the community.

Make your outdoor entertaining dreams come true thanks to Hi-Craft

If you’ve ever wanted to make your outdoor entertaining area more of an extension of your home rather than an add-on, now is the perfect time to do so with Hi-Craft’s end of financial year special offer.

Police seek witnesses to serious crash at Luddenham

Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was seriously injured in a multi-vehicle crash in Luddenham.

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Not all Penrith fans were well behaved at Leichhardt Oval last Friday night but for anyone (including leading journalists) to suggest Tigers supporters didn’t cross the line is preposterous.

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Masked Panther: Roycie’s big catch in the NT

Not all Penrith fans were well behaved at Leichhardt Oval last Friday night but for anyone (including leading journalists) to suggest Tigers supporters didn’t cross the line is preposterous.

Lang on League: Blockbusters highlight second half of Penrith’s NRL campaign

There are three dates the Penrith coaching staff and players will be looking forward to over the second half of the NRL competition. July 2, July 31 and August 29.

Crichton says patched-up team will be better against Sharks

Star centre says side has trained hard all week to address issues.

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Enjoy a weekend escape in Kiama

Scott McRae visits the beautiful Kiama - and discovers some new delights.

Corowa is the perfect rural getaway

Circa 1936 was the original baby when the idea of transforming an old bank into a stylish, luxury boutique hotel first came into the minds of Ririn and Kevin Yaxley.

Holiday at home and experience the delights of Albury

Scotty visits Albury and Circa 1928.

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