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Heart surgery patients left in limbo

When Penrith resident William Geddes suffered a heart attack over two weeks ago, he never predicted that his local hospital did not even offer the treatment he required.

Premier in town to open new school building

A new state-of-the-art building was unveiled at Penrith Public School earlier today, as a result of a $10 million investment from the State Government.

All eyes on tracked turtles

In an era of mass development, disruption is inevitable for beloved creatures.

New shopping centre just around the Corner

Caddens Corner is due to open next year.

M4 to close over June long weekend

The M4 Motorway will be shut down over the June long weekend as work continues on The Northern Road upgrade. With a new bridge over...

Lindsay falls to Liberals

Lindsay is back in Liberal hands with Melissa McIntosh to serve as its next MP. With more than 50 per cent of the vote counted...

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It would appear that Dallin Watene-Zelezniak has played his last game with the Penrith Panthers. Word started coming through late yesterday that the Kiwi Test winger had formally asked Penrith for a release. Later the club confirmed he was...

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Masked Panther: DWZ out of Pantherland

It would appear that Dallin Watene-Zelezniak has played his last game with the Penrith Panthers. Word started coming through late yesterday that the Kiwi...

Lang on League: Round 11

Troy Dodds has already previewed Panthers v Eels, but Peter Lang takes a look at the rest of the round... Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles v Gold...

Watene-Zelezniak’s Penrith career all but over

Representative winger Dallin Watene-Zelezniak could be granted an immediate release by the Penrith Panthers after being given permission to negotiate with other clubs. It is...

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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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