Thursday, December 3, 2020

News

Audi stolen from food delivery driver at St Clair

Investigations have commenced following a carjacking in St Clair last night.

Locals urged to have their say on City Park

Sensory gardens, water features, shaded areas and a green open space for outdoor activities are just a few of the key features proposed for Penrith's new City Park.

Farewell Sizzler, we will miss you… kind of

On Sunday one of Australia’s most iconic and loved restaurant brands served its final delicacy before its doors were shut for good.

Fire at Queen Street shop was deliberately lit, police say

Police are appealing for information after a fire was deliberately lit at a store in St Marys this morning.

McHappy Day to be held this weekend

No big-name guests this year, but McHappy Day is going head.

Podcast: Laura’s love for writing thrives through tribulation

Laura Greaves has more than 20 years’ experience as a writer globally, across newspapers, magazines and books, however it is not the accolades and awards that defines her success.

Exclusive: Plans revealed for new St Marys shopping centre – but there’s a catch

A new shopping centre for St Marys could be on the horizon but it will require Penrith Council selling some of its land.

Golf marathon for a cause

Erskine Park teenager Blake Hodges will tee off on December 14 with other golfers around the country for a 72-hole marathon to raise funds for the Cancer Council.

Stolen medals returned after turning up in police search

Medals were missing for two years.

Brethren meeting hall for Glenmore Park approved

A Brethren meeting hall in Glenmore Park has been given the green light, despite community opposition.

Coffee with a huge helping of love

Rich with flavour, aroma and passion, Love Beans brings the very best coffee from around the world to Penrith. 

Bus company owners drive their message home in Canberra protest

Family-owned and independent bus company owners have driven their cause to Canberra, rallying outside of Parliament House.

Man charged with murder of Mak Muon at Emu Plains

Homicide Squad detectives have charged a man with murder as inquiries continue into the fatal stabbing of rapper Mak Muon at Emu Plains in September.

Nepean leads the way with new hospital signage

To celebrate NAIDOC Week, Aboriginal way finding signage has been unveiled at the new Nepean Hospital clinical tower.

Penrith to top 41 degrees next Monday as first signs of summer emerge

Summer will sound its early arrival next Monday with Penrith expected to top 41 degrees.

New Penrith City Library app launched

Penrith City Library has launched its new Library app.

Redistribution could put Ayres in danger of losing Penrith at next election

The State seat of Mulgoa is set to be re-named Badgerys Creek while Penrith will become ultra marginal if proposed boundary changes go ahead.

State Government unveils new suicide monitoring system

The NSW Government has introduced a new suicide monitoring system which will provide up-to-date data for health and support services about the number of suicide deaths across the state.

Naval history honoured at local museum

Popular local museum showcases artefacts and historic exhibits from proud past

Richard Moananu jailed for at least 10 years over fatal Orchard Hills crash

15 year jail term for man who caused crash on The Northern Road.