Business

Ice cream shop flags likely closure at end of summer

Henry Street's Cookies Ice Creamery has flagged its likely closure at the end of next month.

New industrial estate welcomes SEKO Logistics

SEKO Logistics will make its home at a new premium industrial estate at Kemps Creek.

Local business leader nominated for two major awards

Crazy Digital Creative has been named as a finalist in two categories at this year’s Australian Ladies in Business Initiative Awards.

Turning the key on a four-day working week

A Penrith business is introducing a four day work week in an effort to improve the work-life balance of their team.

Penrith CBD Corporation celebrates 10 year anniversary

The Penrith CBD Corporation is celebrating 10 years of supporting local business owners to “unlock the opportunities” in their city.

Local tourism a hot topic at networking event

Tourism will be a hot topic at an event in Penrith later this month as key stakeholders discuss ways to take advantage of an expected influx of new visitors.

Penrith’s High Street social is closed – here’s why

High Street Social appears to have poured its last beer - with the landlord of the Penrith CBD venue taking possession of the premises.

Biggest overhaul in shopping centre’s history: New retail, hotel and office tower

Parking concerns have been raised as an issue surrounding a major expansion of the Westfield Penrith shopping complex that would change the skyline of the Penrith CBD forever.

Penrith Solar Centre takes home swag of awards at conference

A local solar company is powering to the top after winning several major industry awards.

UFC Gym Penrith announces its sudden closure

UFC Gym Penrith on Henry Street will close its doors tomorrow, the gym has confirmed in a notice to members.

From humble beginnings, Clover Fields now rules the soap world

Australia’s oldest family-owned soap maker, Clover Fields, has celebrated a milestone birthday this week, marking four decades of innovation, empowerment, and a whole lot of soap.

Kylie’s world record attempt is serious business

Kylie King wanted to set a Guinness World Record but a challenge such as eating six hot dogs in one minute wasn’t really her style.

End of the road for Nepean Classic Cars, which will be replaced by yoga...

A long-standing business in the Penrith community will say goodbye next year after nearly three decades in the area.

Falling flat: A1 Granny Flats facing raft of complaints

A local granny flat builder is under fire with a growing list of customer complaints and serious questions being raised about its operations.

Women in business recognised at the inaugural ALIBI Awards

The first ever ALIBI Awards, recognising women in business, will be held this weekend.

Retirement news is in: Walters’ Newsagency changes hands after 27 years

Walters’ Newsagency in St Marys has always been a hive of activity with locals picking up their favourite things to read from the shop on Monfarville Street.

Game over for owners of popular Mega Games on High Street

After 30 years with the business, Manuel and Christine Stanatakis have announced their retirement from Mega Games in Penrith.

New State Government initiative aimed at helping women succeed in business

Women possess many skills that allow them to be successful business owners but of the estimated 800,000 small businesses in NSW, only a third are run by women.

Employees hold advantage as businesses struggle to find staff

With the unemployment rate falling to a historic 3.4 per cent, staff shortages are stinging businesses more than ever.

Rise of the side hustle: More and more locals banking extra cash

Glenmore Park local Peter Scibberas is just one of thousands of people who has been able to turn his existing skills into extra money through services like Airtasker.