Monday, April 12, 2021

Opinion

When it’s gone, it’s gone: Why making memories at Panthers Stadium is more important...

Change is inevitable, but we can still mourn what we're losing.

Flood event proves Dam wall should be raised

Raising the Warragamba Dam wall makes total sense, according to Troy Dodds.

Three decades of dedication to Penrith

The Weekender celebrates its 30th birthday.

Cheering for a Sydney lockdown is dangerous and irresponsible

Current case numbers do not warrant a widespread lockdown.

Thank-you for your support during a crazy 2020

Troy Dodds reflects on a massive year in 2020.

Premiers playing politics with border closures is a dangerous game

Premiers say border closures are all about health advice. But is that true?

Farewell Sizzler, we will miss you… kind of

On Sunday one of Australia’s most iconic and loved restaurant brands served its final delicacy before its doors were shut for good.

What a special week it’s been in Penrith

Sunday night’s decider could go either way, but nobody can take away the fact that our boys got there.

Premier must and will survive scandal

Premier deserves to survive, even if she's taken a personal hit.

Budget provides platform for economic recovery

Budget provides a compelling case for economic recovery.

Coronavirus too shall pass

Troy Dodds on how past pandemics show how quickly the world will return to normal post-COVID.

Two decisions that set Penrith on a path to premiership glory

The 2020 premiership is Penrith's to lose, says Troy Dodds.

NRL makes a mess of Cleary fine

The NRL has embarrassed itself with the handling of the Ivan Cleary situation

Cleary has Panthers perfectly placed for quiet premiership assault

The Panthers are flying under the radar - just as Ivan Cleary would like.

ABC is critical, but not immune from reality

Troy Dodds with his take on the recent ABC cuts.

We can all do better, but cancel culture must not win

George Orwell once said (or didn’t say, depending on who you believe), “the most effective way to destroy people is to deny and obliterate...

Is our steady ship going off course?

The road out of Coronavirus is becoming rocky, according to Troy Dodds.

Alan Jones a winner until the end

It's the end of an era in radio.

Cinema’s likely closure another cultural loss

It is inevitable that, as you go through life, things that once meant the world to you will suddenly fade into the past, no...

NRL’s financial woes deserve some context

Is the NRL really a financial basket case?