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High Street businesses threaten to walk

For months, the sound of a jackhammer has replaced the conversations of customers for local businesses at the western end of High Street. Just as...

Penrith remembers: Strong turnout for Dawn Service

Thousands of people have turned out to pay their respects at Penrith's Dawn Service held at Memory Park this morning. The solemn service got underway...

Emotional scenes as locals vow to fight transport corridor change

About 80 locals crammed their way into Federal MP Emma Husar’s office on Tuesday to share their frustration around the proposed Bells Line of...

Pinning down safety troublespots

Waiting at a train station, walking a dog or waiting for friends – these simple tasks are done every day by people all over...

Water refill stations installed across Penrith

A new initiative from Penrith Council will make it easier for locals to access fresh drinking water when out and about in Penrith. After a...

Gamers unite to revive hobby thought lost

Between role playing a fiery rogue in Dungeons and Dragons, building a strong deck in Magic the Gathering or preferring the old fashioned feel...

Locals bartering for food

In the backyard of local homes, many novice green-thumbs are looking back to our roots and engaging in old style bartering, making new friendships...

Strong turnout expected at Dawn Services

Locals will have the opportunity to pause and reflect on the service and sacrifice of those who have fought for the country this ANZAC...

On The Record: John Scott

From the Dungowan Theatre to Scott's Auto One, John Scott and his family have an incredible history in Penrith. John joins us to talk...

Chance to honour your favourite local business

Businesses in the local community do so much more than sell us goods and services. They're an integral part of every community and our...

Police set to make more arrests over St Clair stabbing and home invasion

Police are appealing for public assistance after a stabbing and home invasion in St Clair earlier this year. Detectives from the Nepean Police Area Command...

Shooting for the stars – and a world record

If being part of a world record is on your bucket list, then you could have the chance to tick it off next month...

Police searching for missing Kingswood man

Police are desperately searching for a Kingswood man who has been missing since last night. 19-year-old Tayyab Azam was last seen at home about 9.30pm...

Hospital upgrade will fix years of neglect

Being touted as the investment that will “finally get Nepean right”, the hospital is entering an exciting time as visions become reality. The over $1...

Ride sharing service exclusive to women launches in Penrith

For many women, riding alone in a car with a male stranger can trigger feelings of anxiety and discomfort. But Shebah, a female-only ride sharing...

Police make second arrest in child sex investigation

Detectives investigating the allegedly horrific, historical abuse of children in a local boys' home, have made a second arrest interstate. Strike Force Eckersley was established...

Hadley Park to be listed on Heritage Register

Hadley Park, one of the oldest farming estates in Australia, will be listed on the NSW State Heritage Register, Minister for Heritage Gabrielle Upton...

Ann’s community dedication honoured

With the help of Vintage FM staff, Member for Penrith Stuart Ayres left Ann Willmington completely stunned with a Community Service Award for her...

Get a taste of Uber Eats from today

Uber Eats will officially launch today across restaurants in and around Penrith. Jodie Auster, Uber Eats General Manager Australia and New Zealand, said they were...

Queen no more: Foundation founder quits

The Queen of Hearts Community Foundation has found itself a little heartbroken following the resignation of its founder and CEO, Michele Ellery. Queen Of Hearts...