Monday, April 12, 2021

News

Podcast: Service to others is key to Simon Williams’ success

Simon Williams is a High-Performance Mindset coach at Motivation & Performance Partners (M&PP), a business he founded to help aspiring athletes achieve success at the top-level.

Flying with pride: Audit into flags across Penrith region

Flags at Penrith Council assets across the city will be audited to ensure they are on display and in good condition.

Defying impossible: New program allows students with disability to thrive

A new program will aid and amplify the health and wellbeing of school students with disabilities.

New cafe is proof that dreams really do come true

The Blind Chef café will open on Monday, April 12 at 1/251 High Street in Penrith.

How locals can join The Great Dunny Hunt

The Easter school holidays are underway, and the Continence Foundation of Australia is holding a hunt of its own.

Vocal Vince “gagged”: Boarding house battle takes surprising twist

The fight to save Kingswood from being inundated by boarding houses has taken an abrupt turn, with Penrith Council issuing the lead objector with a 12-month ban.

Police search for gunman after armed robbery at Wallacia

Police are searching for a man who held up the Wallacia Hotel in the early hours of this morning.

When it’s gone, it’s gone: Why making memories at Panthers Stadium is more important...

Change is inevitable, but we can still mourn what we're losing.

It’ll always be the Town Centre to us

The new owner of Glenmore Park Town Centre has wasted little time re-branding the site, but many locals say it won't be referred to as 'HomeCo' anytime soon.

Penrith residents urged to download Dine and Discover vouchers

Penrith residents are being encouraged to download the Dine and Discover vouchers and get out and about to help stimulate the post-COVID-19 economy.

Podcast: Education through experience underpins Bec’s mission

Bec Slack is the owner of local business, Cleverstuff Educational Toys, a venture she took over in 2015.

WIN! Your chance to win the Moto G8 Power Lite smartphone

A powerful experience on top of a new and improved modern design, the moto g8 power lite has all the features you want in a smartphone!

Labor renews push for high school at Jordan Springs

Londonderry MP Prue Car says she won’t give up the pressure on the State Government to commit to building a high school in Jordan Springs.

Final Airing of the Quilts: End of beloved local tradition

Members of the Caring Hearts Community Quilters group are preparing for their final Airing of the Quilts event, to take place on Saturday, April 10.

Blood donors urgently needed ahead of Easter long weekend

Australian Red Cross Lifeblood is calling for more donors this Easter, as the organisation’s stocks of O-negative blood continue to drop.

Emu Plains home engulfed in flames

Crews responded to Walkers Crescent, Emu Plains.

Revealed: Stunning design to replace old Council chambers

Penrith City Council has announced the winner of its design excellence competition to reinvigorate the former Council Chambers at 129-133 Henry Street.

Podcast: Sam Arnold’s inspiring story centred on sport

Sam Arnold has represented Australia across three sporting codes and this summer was a part of the Sydney Thunder WBBL|06 championship squad.

New ceremony to honour women in Defence

New ceremony to highlight incredible role of females in the Defence Force.

Councillors reject call to take stance on Warragamba Dam

A call for Penrith Council to formally support raising the Warragamba Dam wall before the release of the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) has ignited tensions among Councillors.