Dam meeting labelled a “farce”

An ‘invite only’ community forum about raising the Warragamba Dam Wall has stirred up controversy, with residents fearing WaterNSW ‘cherry picked’ attendees. The meeting, run...

Man abandons appeal after Judge’s warning

A man who brandished a machete, spat on a woman and threatened her baby in a shocking road rage attack in Kingswood has abandoned...

Scrapbookers aim for world record

Kylie King is hoping to scrapbook her way to a Guinness World Record. Ms King is hosting a fundraising event at Penrith Panthers on Saturday, May 4.

Chance to honour best local businesses

The Penrith City Local Business Awards are back, and founder Steve Loe has called on the community to nominate its favourite businesses. The Precedent Productions...

House destroyed by fire in Glenmore Park

Police have appealed for information from the public after a house was destroyed by fire at Glenmore Park overnight. Shortly after 1.30am today, emergency services...

Police investigate after shots fired into Caddens house

Shots have reportedly been fired into a house in Caddens this afternoon. Police were called to Valencia Street at around 2.20pm today following reports shots...

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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 as the second sporting commitment within the week for Labor Candidate for Lindsay, Diane Beamer. As...


Lang on League: Round 6

We've already previewed tonight's clash between Penrith and Cronulla, but now Peter Lang looks at the rest of the round... Canterbury Bulldogs v South Sydney...

Masked Panther: Where’s Jack?

The Masked Panther has news on Jack Hetherington, James Tamou, Dylan Edwards, Hame Sele and more.

RCG: I need to be better

During the Weekender's six-minute one-on-one interview with under siege Panthers forward Reagan Campbell-Gillard on Monday morning, the 25-year-old uttered the word ‘fix’ on not...



Scenic World delivers plenty of magic

Whether you’re a local or travelling from afar, an autumn weekend away to the Blue Mountains is exactly the refreshing and breathtaking experience you need to unwind.

Royal experience in the South Pacific

Troy Dodds jumps on board the Explorer of the Seas for a sensational cruising experience.

Eastern Canada delivers a pleasant surprise

The waterways around Newfoundland, Labrador, Nova Scotia and eastern Quebec are dotted with lighthouses, some of them more than 200-years-old.






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