Sad loss of two of Penrith’s finest

I want to pay tribute today to two people whose affinity with Penrith was both long and proud – Barry Leavett-Brown and Al Palmer.

Opinion: Morrison walks a tightrope

Can Scott Morrison survive his summer from hell?

Curtain comes down on another year

2019 was a year of tragedy and triumph.

God bless those Americans

I’ve never seen people so upset about saving money.

Email mishap exposes scripted pollies

At 7.13am on Monday an email from the Prime Minister’s Office landed in the inboxes of journalists right across the country.

The great power bill myth

Have you noticed that everyone in government seems to be “fixing power prices” but nothing ever gets fixed?

Blame game will not solve Panthers’ problems

Troy Dodds wraps up the 2019 NRL season for the Penrith Panthers.

Let kids be winners – and losers

When I was a kid, I tried my hand at a range of sports at the urging of my parents and I’m proud to...

Jason Morrison: Time to get serious about safety at our hospitals

If we can afford to have police officers guarding politicians and judges we can find the money for protection of nurses, doctors, and patients...

Jason Morrison: Time to grow up and discuss nuclear power

Want cheap power? Want no black-outs? Less pollution?

New era for a nostalgic drive

On Saturday I opted to forgo a bacon and eggs breakfast and a coffee so I could make room in the budget and drive...

Jason Morrison: State Government’s toll addiction

Jason Morrison on tolls in western Sydney. How much are you spending?

Labor’s chance to rise from the ashes

It only took about 24 hours for new State Labor Leader Jodi McKay to hit her first speed bump. It came via the way of...

Show us what you’ve got, Bill

On August 24 last year the Liberal Party all but consigned itself to opposition. It was an embarrassing day – lessons from the past not...

When it comes to Bill Shorten, the devil is in the detail

Troy Dodds questions Labor's local commitments.

Why we should all pay attention to this Federal Election

Right on cue, those people angry that politicians take no notice of them during any given year are angry that politicians are now taking...

Gould should be proud of his legacy at Penrith

If you’ve watched the politics play out at the Penrith Panthers in recent months, you would have known that Phil Gould’s departure from the club was inevitable.

Opinion: Let them finish what they started

Anyone who votes for Labor at the State Election on Saturday will probably have a fairly good reason for doing so. On face value, Labor...

Players must repay the faithful

The long, hot summer is finally over. Netflix can go into hibernation, the beer fridge can be re-filled and the cricket can become an...

Reflecting on a massive year

And just like that, 2018 passes us by. What a year it has been. Here at the Weekender, we’ve brought you more than 2000 stories...