Monday, March 1, 2021

News

Burger restaurant apologises over social media posts

Penrith burger restaurant Downtown Brooklyn has been grilled by members of the public over recent social media posts.

Locals call in the experts to deliver high quality designs

More people are opting to seek the professional help of interior designers to assist them in enhancing the look and feel of their spaces.

Locals can have their say on City Park

A vibrant green space in the heart of Penrith’s City Centre is now one step closer with the Development Application (DA) for the $12-million City Park formally submitted to Council.

Missing girls believed to be travelling in stolen car

Police have appealed for public assistance to locate two girls missing from Luddenham.

Kids to start year on the right foot thanks to One Point Health

One Point Health in Penrith has partnered with community organisation WestCare to make sure struggling kids start the year off on the right foot.

NSW eases restrictions after 10th straight day without new community cases

NSW will ease COVID-19 restrictions after recording a 10th straight day with no community transmission of the virus

A new way to shop for the entire family

Australian wholefoods retailer, The Source Bulk Foods, has opened its doors in Glenmore Park

No word on future supermarket once Station Plaza is forced to close

Locals in the dark about supermarket’s future after Station Plaza is forced to close.

Shake-up to Penrith’s restaurant scene

Penrith’s ever-changing restaurant scene has had another major change, with long-time Italian restaurant Panarottis closing during the week.

Dedicated local volunteer honoured with OAM on Australia Day

As part of the 2021 Australia Day honours list, an Emu Plains local has been recognised for showcasing an outstanding commitment to local organisations.

St Marys waste operator fined over waste storage breaches

The NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) has fined western Sydney waste operator CMA Ecocycle $15,000 for alleged waste storage offences at their St Marys...

Five Guys to call Penrith home

Classic American burger chain Five Guys have announced that Penrith has made the cut and is set to becomes its first store location in...

The Orchard gets big tick from Council

The fence banners have been teasing visitors to Tench Avenue for months. And now, lovers of the Nepean River precinct will have another reason to...

New life for Masters site

Plans are afoot to transform the former Masters site at North St Marys into a health and wellness precinct. Home Consortium – which acquired Masters’...

Sniffing out an opportunity for dogs who need space to play

Dog obsessed Emu Plains resident Tracey Horey is the co-founder of a unique new online platform that is set to get tails wagging.

10 ways to get your child ready for school

Getting the kids ready for starting school or moving up a year can be daunting after the long summer holidays but a little bit of forward planning can help you and your children sail smoothly and calmly into the new school year.

Councillors call for solution to gridlock at busy St Marys intersection

No time frame for upgrade, but commitment remains.

Plan to save shopping centre at St Marys rejected

Hopes of building a new shopping centre to replace St Marys’ Station Plaza have been dashed.

Penrith couple to take week off after $200,000 win

A Penrith couple have declared they’re taking the rest of the week off work to celebrate winning $200,000 in today’s Lucky Lotteries Mega Jackpot draw.

Penrith locals can travel to NT, ACT

Residents living in the Penrith Local Government Area (LGA) are now able to travel to the Northern Territory and ACT after travel restrictions were lifted.