Thursday, September 24, 2020

2019 In Review

2019 in Review: December

Sweltering temperatures, fire emergencies and beloved Panther is axed.

2019 in Review: November

A jersey revolution, sex tape scandal takes a twist and the Panthers add a new recruit.

2019 In Review: October

A tragic shooting in the Penrith CBD, new boat ramp opens and a local school announces a shock name change.

2019 In Review: September

JFH wins The Merv, the Premier's position is threatened and the first Lakeside Long Lunch is held.

2019 In Review: August

Tragedy at Jordan Springs, death threats against an MP and a restaurant's cheeky ad goes viral.

2019 in Review: July

A tragic murder, a big win for Wallacia and Jimmy confirms he's moving on.

2019 In Review: June

Labor gets a new leader, the Prime Minister visits and Lorraine Pozza quits as Penrith Paceway CEO.

2019 In Review: May

Lindsay gets a new Federal MP, a beloved member of the business community passes away and the Panthers finally find some form.

2019 In Review: April

Gus Gould gone, a killer found and the election heats up.

2019 In Review: March

Ayres fends off a challenge, Penrith creates cricket history and a Councillor causes outrage.

2019 In Review: February

Cummins wins Allan Border Medal, as the State Election countdown continues. And the community is rocked by a senseless bashing.

2019 In Review: January

Election countdown begins, and locals are honoured as part of Australia Day celebrations.