Podcast: On The Record – David Trist

World War II veteran David Trist joins the podcast to speak about his experiences at war.

Leading imaging and diagnostics provider crippled by cyber attack

A leading radiology and diagnostics provider has been hit by a major cyber attack, which has forced it to close its clinics and cancel appointments.

How a local craft stall is making a life-changing impact at hospital

Penrith Hospital Auxiliary members have paid a special visit to Nepean Hospital this week to see their latest donations in action.

Approval granted for $21 million Caddens plan

More housing in Caddens is on the way with Penrith City Council approving a $21 million Development Application (DA).

Is Anthony Albanese a one-term Prime Minister?

Is the Prime Minister in a spiral he can't escape from? Troy Dodds on why Anthony Albanese's honey moon is over.

Your guide to Penrith’s best Christmas Light displays

The countdown to Christmas is now officially underway, meaning that dazzling lights displays are popping up on every corner.

Festive warning as fears grow over battery-related fires

Christmas shoppers are being warned to beware of sub-standard Lithium-ion battery-powered devices and the dangers of charging Lithium-ion products as fires surge across the state.

Don’t forget your umbrella: Heavy rain across Tuesday, Wednesday

Penrith is set to be hit with torrential rain tomorrow, with up to 35mm expected to fall across the city. And it'll be matched on...

IT issue leaves patients waiting for scans

A major IT issue has left Penrith locals waiting for scans, after hundreds of imaging appointments had to be cancelled.

New EV charging station installed in Penrith

Motorists will now be able to charge their electric vehicles at the commuter car park near Penrith station.

Penrith to get its very own beach this summer

Penrith locals will have a new place to cool down this summer after confirmation a portion of Penrith Lakes will finally be open to the public.

Podcast: On The Record – Ray Filewood

Former St Marys Local Area Commander Ray Filewood had a long career with the NSW Police Force, with the local region always intertwined in his duties.

Walk Against Violence returns this Sunday, as victims call for change in attitudes

Everyone is invited to join the ‘Walk Against Violence’ in Penrith this Sunday.

Battle of the Christmas Trees in festive charity fun

Trees of Hope has officially returned to Penrith Panthers for the festive season, with eight local charities putting their decorating skills to the test in hopes of winning a share of $10,000.

Local director Heath Davis back home for film showing

After years of work on the project, a local director’s twist on Christmas is finally hitting the big screen, with a very special hometown showing.

New mural to provide a brighter welcome to hospital patients

The painting of a new mural is currently underway at Nepean Hospital, with messaging aiming to bring hope to incoming patients.

Kyle & Jackie O sign extraordinary new long-term radio deal

Kyle & Jackie O have signed the longest deal in Australian radio history - and they're staying at KIIS FM.

Past and present come together at City Park

City Park’s new amenities building is bringing some of Penrith’s past into the present, with the façade constructed using bricks made by St Marys’ local William Fleming in the mid-1800s.

Councillors blast Federal Government’s cruel funding cuts to west

Councillors haven't missed in a stinging attack on the Federal Government over funding cuts at their meeting in Penrith tonight.

Council set to implement online booking for halls and community facilities

Penrith City Council is set to move to an online booking and venue management system for its 250 bookable spaces across the city.