Police have today launched a high-visibility traffic operation to keep road users safe across the state during Australia Day and for the remainder of the school holidays.
Penrith City Council has axed this year’s Australia Day events, amidst the surge of COVID-19 cases in the community.
A local Legatee has been recognised for 60 years of service with the Nepean Division of Sydney Legacy.
The iconic Kingswood Hotel could be getting a drastic overhaul under a new proposal worth close to $70 million.
A man has been charged with possessing prohibited drugs and failing to comply with a self-isolation direction in Cambridge Park.
The New South Wales Government is calling on the community to keep an eye out and report sightings of some unwanted visitors in the area.
Health Minister Brad Hazzard has blasted those uploading fake COVID information to Service NSW, revealing he himself has been a victim of the "malicious" activity.
Today marks 45 years since Granville Train Disaster claimed 84 lives.
Australia does not have a food shortage. Supply has been disrupted in some locations due to staff absences caused by COVID, that’s all.
Guest columnist Alan Mascarenhas reflects on his holiday to America - as Omicron sweeps the world and impacts travel.
The NSW Government is re-introducing a raft of restrictions as it loses control of managing the Omicron wave of COVID-19.
Supermarket giant Woolworths says it is "not clear" how long supply chain issues will last, urging customers to be patient as empty shelves and missing products become a daily occurrence.
NSW Premier Dominic Perrottet has urged people to only get a PCR test if absolutely necessary as the state desperately tries to reduce long queues at testing sites.
A man has been charged after allegedly blowing more than six times the legal limit after a crash in Penrith.
The COVID-19 response in NSW is all but broken with testing sites closing and residents with serious symptoms unable to access a PCR test.
A special Christmas message from our Editor.