Tuesday, January 19, 2021


Ice addict jailed after using scissors in attempted robbery

A scissor-wielding offender who demanded cash from a man in a parked car has been jailed for a minimum of 16 months.

Cranebrook man involved in drug ring to spend Christmas behind bars

A Cranebrook father-of-five caught up in an elaborate drug ring will spend Christmas behind bars after he was refused bail.

Revealed: Penrith’s heart health crisis

The Heart Foundation has released new data that reveals Penrith is a hot spot when it comes to life-threatening heart issues.

New 80’s radio station to launch in Penrith

With the new year comes a brand new radio station, with My88 to launch on January 1.

Local school to build new playground thanks to grant

St Nicholas of Myra Primary School has been awarded $80,000 in funding for a new playground to be constructed for students.

Skin cancer warning all locals should listen to

With many locals spending their summer holidays outside, the risk of sun damage is always a risk.

Chechos will get even better in 2021

It’s been Penrith’s restaurant success story of 2020 and now the team behind Chechos – the area’s popular contemporary Mexican restaurant – are preparing for a huge 2021.

Unique Penrith gift ideas for Christmas

Forget the socks and undies this Christmas.

Former Keg restaurant site to be transformed

Plans to transform the former Keg restaurant site into 445 apartments and a 100-room hotel have edged closer to reality.

Police call for public’s help in locating woman wanted on outstanding warrants

Officers from Nepean Police Area Command are appealing for public assistance to locate a woman wanted on two outstanding warrants.

Final plans for upgraded Regatta Park revealed

Construction of the project is due to start in June 2021, with the upgrade set to be complete in 2022.

Developer to repurchase sinking homes in Jordan Springs East

Developer Lendlease will effectively buy back Jordan Springs East

Council provides extra bin collections over Christmas period

Extra services in place over Christmas and the New Year.

Resort style living in Castlereagh: Stunning property on the market

A stunning Castlereagh property on five acres of land has just hit the market, offering executive, resort style living that will leave your mouth watering.

State Government to conduct feasibility study on Panthers Stadium upgrade

The State Government has announced it will allocate funding towards the development of a business case for an upgrade of Panthers Stadium.

Club holds special luncheon to thank local volunteers

During a year plagued with drought, bushfires, floods and the COVID-19 pandemic, volunteers have stepped up to help those need in the community.

Jessica Camilleri found guilty of manslaughter

The St Clair woman who decapitated her mother in a vicious attack last year has been found not guilty of murder, but guilty of manslaughter.

Local buses in Christmas charity drive

Local bus operator Busways is decking the halls of its buses this festive season with bright and colourful decorations all for a good cause.

Santa zooms in to check on kids at Nepean Hospital

Each year Santa makes a special visit to sick kids at Nepean Hospital to spread some Christmas cheer to those who cannot join festive celebrations.

David’s decade of coffees

The Coffee Club's Nepean Village store is celebrating its 10th birthday.