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Penrith restaurant refuses to delete “offensive” post advertising new dessert

A Penrith burger restaurant has doubled down on a controversial advertisement for a new dessert, refusing to apologise despite widespread criticism. Downtown Brooklyn posted an...

Playgroup provides connection through music

Playgroup provides unique opportunity for children to connect through music.

Act of bravery saved man

Emu Plains local honoured for her efforts in saving drowning man at Tuncurry.

Heading for headaches: Motorists warned of delays

Temporary road closures on The Northern Road and Castlereagh Road are set to cause motorists plenty of headaches in coming weeks.

Freight agreements help airport take flight

10 of Australia’s major freight companies have entered memoranda of understanding (MOUs) with Western Sydney Airport. The MOUs will see Western Sydney Airport work with...

Christmas spectacular headed to Penrith

Major event will open at Panthers in November.

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History will be made this Saturday when the Nepean Ducks launch the 2019 Gridiron NSW (GNSW) season with not one, not two but three teams.

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Last chance saloon for Panthers against Cowboys

The Panthers and Cowboys meet for the first time this season on Friday night.

Panthers rookie wants Finals finish

Panthers backrower Liam Martin says he’s still hungry to reach the NRL Finals in his rookie season despite his side being on the ropes.

Penrith’s Finals hopes take massive hit

The Panthers fail to fire against a confident Broncos at Suncorp Stadium.

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South Coast’s perfect getaway

Alena Higgins hits the road and heads south, where the beauty of Bannisters by the Sea is waiting... If you’ve been yearning for a tranquil...

Travel to another galaxy on your next adventure

Huge Star Wars fan Roderick Eime travels to a galaxy far, far away... Space travel may be beyond the reach of most of us, but...

Open your eyes to thousands of years of history

Travel writer Len Rutledge explores some of the world’s greatest temples in Luxor, Egypt.

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