Sunday, August 1, 2021

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Late night stroll turns ugly

A late night stroll turned ugly for a North St Marys man. The 35-year-old was hauled before Penrith Local Court this week after...

Pollies go bananas over waste

The campaign against waste being brought from the former uranium smelter at Hunters Hill to Kemps Creek continued last week when Lindsay MP,...

Key intersection opened

The Erskine Park Road intersection with Mamre Road was officially opened on Wednesday by Penrith Mayor, Mark Davies, and Mulgoa MP, Tanya Davies. ...

Concern for missing child

Police have launched a public appeal for assistance to help find an 11-year-old girl who hasn't been seen since leaving her school earlier...

State Government to fund Arterial

Roads Minister Duncan Gay has announced that the State Government will fund the much needed Werrington Arterial and is now calling on the...

Man had child in car during chase

A man remains under police guard in hospital after he allegedly led police on a pursuit in a stolen car with a young...

Gillard, and Bradbury, survives

For a few anxious hours today, Lindsay MP David Bradbury's political career was on the line. But as it became obvious that...

Labor leadership ballot today

Opposition Leader Tony Abbott says Labor is in crisis and is attempting to move a motion of no confidence in the Government during...

Man runs from accident scene

Police are appealing for witnesses to a crash in Luddenham to come forward after the driver failed to stop at the scene. ...

Parents' plea for lights

Castlereagh Public School is fighting to keep students safe as they arrive and depart each day but without flashing school zone lights, it...

Every step means something

The memory of a brave Cranebrook boy, William Harris, is changing the lives of kids with juvenile arthritis. When you think...

Drugs fear drives away customers

Local police are taking on drug related crime in the St Marys Central Business District, ensuring safety for local shoppers, residents and business...

Federal funds for BEC

Small business operators in Penrith will be able to access low cost business coaching and mentoring services through the Penrith Business Enterprise Centre...

Council encourages microchipping

Nothing breaks a heart like losing a lifelong pet or a new puppy; for many people, a pet is a member of the...

Fitness for Autism event looming

Local Penrith charities, The Luke Priddis Foundation and Little By Little, are set to hold the annual 'Fitness For Autism' community event this...

Cancer treatment brings hope

A new radiotherapy treatment at the Nepean Cancer Care Centre (NCCC) is bringing new hope for lung cancer patients who are ineligible for surgery....

Dramatic night at Council

Labor Councillors have sensationally stormed out of tonight's Council meeting in anger as acting chairman, Kevin Crameri, used his casting vote to defeat...

Home invasion at Cranebrook

Police are investigating a home invasion in Cranebrook this morning. About 2.30am, two males forced their way inside a home on Redditch...

Abbott calls for childcare inquiry

Visiting Mulgoa Pre-School this morning, Opposition Leader Tony Abbott has called for an inquiry into childcare to improve its availability to families. ...

Japanese students visit Penrith

Penrith has welcomed Japanese students from the prestigious Kinjo University in Hakusan to the region as they learn about Australian culture. In...