They can be a menace to the community and wreak havoc on the environment, but one Penrith Councillor is proposing a creative solution to tackle illegal trail bike riders.
Warwick Winn looks set to remain at the helm of the City, with Penrith Council’s General Manager expected to enter into talks to renew his contract.
Penrith Council may investigate additional bin collections to cope with a surge in home waste as the pandemic and lockdown rolls on.
The Local Government Election is set to be postponed again due to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak in NSW. The Weekender understands the State Government will...
Another Independent candidate has emerged to challenge Penrith Council’s hotly-contested East Ward.
A sitting Penrith Councillor has quit the Liberal Party ahead of the September elections, declaring there is no place for party politics in local government.
Rates become a hot topic at latest Council meeting.
Thornton residents can be fined for parking in front of their own homes.
Two new candidates have emerged for the upcoming Penrith Council elections, with the Australia First Party vying for a spot in East Ward.
Penrith Council has been urged to give local businesses greater consideration after a Cranebrook company was pipped at the post by a Lane Cove competitor.
Plans to redevelop the former Council Chambers at 131 Henry Street into high-rise commercial premises have been scrutinised, with Penrith Councillors questioning the concept design and costs.
Susan Day has announced she will be running again as an Independent candidate for South Ward in the Penrith Council elections this September.
Penrith City Council will work with residents in Llandilo to develop a community plan for the area based on what locals love about their neighbourhood and how Council and other services can support a thriving, resilient community.
With Council elections less than six months away, a potential fresh candidate has emerged for East Ward.
A call for Penrith Council to formally support raising the Warragamba Dam wall before the release of the Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) has ignited tensions among Councillors.