Local, State and Federal representatives outline what they're doing to help Penrith through the recession.
Residents seeking counselling are having to wait months for treatment, as COVID-19 stress causes a spike in demand.
Youth and community organisation Fusion Western Sydney is inviting people to share their experiences during COVID-19 through their project 'Postcards from Home'.
Police have charged a man after he allegedly produced false documentation to leave hotel quarantine in Sydney.
The Ellston family had saved for years for their first ever overseas holiday but after their travel agency STA Travel went bust, they are now left with cancelled plans and a $20,000 hole in their pocket.
Local doctor’s wife and newborn baby stranded overseas due to travel restrictions.
Troy Dodds on how past pandemics show how quickly the world will return to normal post-COVID.
The pandemic has put the brakes on the automotive industry but local dealerships say they’re working hard to keep the wheels turning.
Anyone who lives or works in western Sydney and has even the mildest of COVID-19 symptoms is being urged to come forward for testing, as mystery COVID-19 cases continue to emerge in the region.
A party-bus operator has been fined for allegedly breaching COVID-19 restrictions last night.
A woman with a confirmed diagnosis of COVID-19 attended a Penrith gym on Saturday, sparking a warning for others to be on the lookout for symptoms.
NSW Health has put Penrith shoppers on alert after a man with COVID-19 attended Westfield Penrith last Saturday.
Kingswood resident Nicole Bowers is one of almost a million Australians who suddenly found themselves without work as a result of COVID-19.
The Federal Government’s JobKeeper program has been extended until March next year as Prime Minister Scott Morrison declared he’s got “Australia’s back” in dealing with COVID-19.
Clients have been seeking extra support.
The NRL has announced all clubs operating outside of Queensland must revert to original Apollo biosecurity protocols.
Coronavirus pandemic has flow-on impact on vital community organisations
NSW will temporarily shut its border with Victoria to contain the spread of COVID-19.
Signs of a second wave of unnecessary panic buying in New South Wales has forced supermarket giant Woolworths to re-introduce limits on toilet paper and paper towel.
More restrictions will ease from next month.