Tuesday, June 15, 2021


More than $1 billion committed to Bradfield City Centre

The NSW Government has committed $1.15 billion to kick start work on the Bradfield City Centre, supporting thousands of jobs on the doorstep of the new Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport.

Local league personality Barry Costa honoured with OAM

South Penrith resident Barry Costa has been recognised for showcasing an outstanding commitment to local organisations in the 2021 Queens Birthday Honours list.

Kingswood man charged with firearms, prohibited weapons and drug offences

A man has been charged after a search of his Kingswood home allegedly revealed two firearms and over 2500 rounds of ammunition in various...

Police charge man with Adrian Buxton’s murder

Police have made an arrest in the search for Colyton man Adrian Buxton's killer.

Dine & Discover voucher scheme extended

Locals will have more time to use their Dine & Discover vouchers with the initiative extended until the end of July.

Golf Day a chance to learn about new range of job opportunities

Locals have a chance to tee off with some of the state’s best amputee golfers at the Nova Employment handicap corporate golf day.

Parents fear safety of children after numerous near misses at pedestrian crossing

Parents from Leonay Public School are worried that multiple near misses on a pedestrian crossing could end with a child being hit by a car.

Police launch fresh crackdown on trail bike riders

Police are continuing to crack down on trail bike riders that are causing chaos in the community.

Make your outdoor entertaining dreams come true thanks to Hi-Craft

If you’ve ever wanted to make your outdoor entertaining area more of an extension of your home rather than an add-on, now is the perfect time to do so with Hi-Craft’s end of financial year special offer.

Police seek witnesses to serious crash at Luddenham

Police are appealing for witnesses after a man was seriously injured in a multi-vehicle crash in Luddenham.

Waltons: An iconic history in Penrith

"You're welcome at Waltons". The slogan that defined a retail powerhouse in Australia through the 1970s.

Londonderry MP Prue Car elected Deputy Leader of NSW Labor

Londonderry MP Prue Car has been elected Deputy Leader of the NSW Labor Party.

Food and beverage operator sought for new riverside venue

Penrith City Council is seeking innovative food and beverage operators for a new café and restaurant at the soon to be refurbished historic Police Cottage on the Nepean River.

Western Sydney International Airport terminal design unveiled

Drawing on Australia’s natural beauty, the region’s rich Aboriginal heritage and strong sustainability principles, the final design of Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport’s...

Sharing her story: Local mum releases book about her IVF journey

Glenmore Park mother Jodi Maher has shared her story in her new book An IVF Miracle from Mahers, to shine a ray of light on people trying to become parents.

ANZ cuts savings account rates; experts urge customers to look elsewhere

ANZ has today cut its two main savings accounts by 0.05 per cent, and experts say it might be time for customers to look elsewhere.

KFC, Starbucks and Oporto planned for Claremont Meadows

Claremont Meadows could soon be home to a 24-hour Starbucks, Oporto and KFC.

Man charged after allegedly kicking guide dog in Penrith

A man has been charged after allegedly kicking a trainee guide dog in Penrith this morning. Just before 10am on Thursday, June 3, police were...

Sweet treat coming to Henry Street

New ice cream shop set to offer family atmosphere and impressive prices

Local company misses out on Regatta Park contract to Lane Cove competitor

Penrith Council has been urged to give local businesses greater consideration after a Cranebrook company was pipped at the post by a Lane Cove competitor.