Council endorses appointment of new PP&VA Directors

Penrith City Councillors have tonight approved the appointment of four new members to the Penrith Performing and Visual Arts Ltd Board.

Council to bestow special honour on former General Manager

Penrith Councillors have tonight agreed to bestow a special honour on former Council General Manager, Alan Stoneham.

Podcast: On The Record – Bruce Turner

Born and bred in Penrith, Bruce Turner has had a fascinating life and career.

Baby in stable condition after falling from balcony

A baby boy has been rushed to hospital after falling from a balcony at Glenmore Park this afternoon.

Travel delays expected as rail line shuts for trackwork

Travel delays expected as rail line shuts for trackwork

Labor takes the axe to raft of local infrastructure projects

There's been a scathing response to the Federal Government's decision to axe funding to a host of major infrastructure projects in western Sydney.

Perfect excuse for a Maccas run: McHappy Day to be held this Saturday

Penrith locals are being encouraged to head down to their local Maccas this McHappy Day to help put a smile on the faces of seriously ill children.

Local jumping castle company unfairly caught up in scandal

A Cambridge Park small business says its reputation has been ruined after it was caught up in scandal involving a rival jumping castle business with a similar name.

553-unit plan for Penrith dramatically rejected by Planning Panel

Plans for a $200 million development in the heart of Penrith have been sensationally refused by a Planning Panel, leaving the 553-unit plan up in smoke.

Spike in parcel theft expected as festive season looms

Police say upcoming massive sales combined with the festive season will result in an increase in parcel theft.

Truckload of Christmas spirit: Local tradition returns

The Penrith Santa Truck will be spreading cheer for the fourth consecutive year this Christmas Eve.

Popular pharmacy could be on the move to flashy new premises

A new pharmacy could be coming to Colyton if plans submitted to Penrith City Council are approved.

Time to light the Tree: Christmas officially arrives in Penrith

Penrith CBD Corporation’s iconic Christmas Tree Lighting extravaganza will be taking place this Friday.

Breaking ground: Work starts on massive new distribution centre

Toll Group has officially broken ground with ESR Australia at its Westlink Industry Park in Kemps Creek.

Penrith must embrace airport or risk being left behind

The new airport is coming - but is Penrith ready to embrace the benefits? Troy Dodds.

How Penrith went from ugly sister to Cinderella

Penrith is the centrepiece of a “renaissance” in western Sydney, according to the developers of a stunning new apartment complex in the centre of the city.

How a simple gesture can make a big difference this Christmas

Penrith Community Kitchen is bringing the Christmas spirit to those in need this December.

Shoppers urged to give back this Christmas as Big W launches Giving Tree

BIG W’s annual Giving Tree has returned to stores, inviting customers to share in the true spirit of Christmas and support families needing a little extra support this year.

Details of Factory Road shared path revealed

Locals are being asked to have their say on the proposed design concept for a shared path on Factory Road, Regentville.

New tech to be rolled out across rail network

New initiatives and technology will be rolled out to help give passengers a more user-friendly experience at train stations.