She’s become the face of the campaign against mandatory COVID-19 vaccinations, but Mulgoa MP Tanya Davies insists she’s not an anti-vaxxer.
Three aged care facilities in Penrith are on high alert after a COVID-19 positive doctor visited the homes while potentially infectious.
After four months abroad and counting, local MMA fighter Arlene Blencowe is hoping to be reunited with her kids before Christmas as border closures and flight cancellations continue to impact her return home.
Local students have been busy putting pen to paper to help boost morale for healthcare workers as they deal with challenging conditions during the COVID-19 pandemic.
If you’re not vaccinated yet, or you haven’t booked a COVID-19 vaccination by now, I can put it down to only a few reasons.
Almost 83 per cent of eligible people in the Penrith Local Government Area have now had their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, putting the area above the state average.
Has the State Government got ahead of itself as it powers towards reopening?
A Kingswood apartment complex has been plunged into a 14 day lockdown after three cases of COVID-19 were reported.
A man in his 30s has sadly passed away in Nepean Hospital after battling COVID-19.
Local businesses are rallying the community to say thanks to our frontline heroes with a range of acts of kindness.
Business and industry groups are welcoming today's announcement that NSW will reopen its economy to fully vaccinated people from next month.
A contactless Hamper Hub is now operating in one of Penrith's most vulnerable pockets.
NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has outlined the state's path out of lockdown, with restrictions set to ease in about a month for fully vaccinated people only.
Residents feel they’re being left on their own to battle the uncertainties of COVID-19 with concerns raised about positive cases in two local apartment blocks.
A man in his 20s with COVID-19 has died in Nepean Hospital.
Two more COVID-infected patients have died at Nepean Hospital, as 67 new cases of the virus are reported in the Penrith Local Government Area (LGA).
Penrith Council has again called on the State Government and NSW Health to implement a new vaccine hub in the local area.
Authorised workers from Local Government Areas (LGAs) of Concern have been given until September 19 to have their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, in a late reprieve ahead of tomorrow's initial deadline.
66 new COVID-19 cases reported in the Penrith LGA.
NSW has recorded a record 1,431 daily cases of COVID-19 in the community.