Tuesday, September 22, 2020

News

Llandilo locals call for better access to walking track

Llandilo residents are calling for a gate to be installed on Ninth Avenue so they can access the Wianamatta Regional Park Walking Track that runs from Jordan Springs to Ropes Crossing.

Two decisions that set Penrith on a path to premiership glory

The 2020 premiership is Penrith's to lose, says Troy Dodds.

Jenni breaks new ground with RSL Life Membership

Jenni May is the first female to ever be awarded Life Membership at Penrith RSL.

New Mexican restaurant to fill gap in Penrith’s growing food scene

Checho’s, which is set to open in mid-October, will deliver an authentic Mexican experience to western Sydney.

Teen’s contrition refreshing, but jail time stands

A man will spend the next 18 months behind bars after he pleaded guilty to drug supply.

Pandemic puts brakes on car industry

The pandemic has put the brakes on the automotive industry but local dealerships say they’re working hard to keep the wheels turning.

New pub proposed for Jordan Springs

A new watering hole is headed to the local area.

Councillors call for water to be released from Warragamba Dam

After a horrid year, Penrith Councillors are rallying to prevent another disaster from unfolding on our door step.

Spur Penrith closes; expressions of interest sought for lease

It's official - Penrith's Spur restaurant has closed its doors for good.

Call to arms: Premier demands more tests

Anyone who lives or works in western Sydney and has even the mildest of COVID-19 symptoms is being urged to come forward for testing, as mystery COVID-19 cases continue to emerge in the region.

Eight-year-old girl hurt during man’s bizarre rampage in Penrith

Police have charged a man after a series of unprovoked attacks, where an eight-year-old girl was injured, in Penrith over the weekend.

Man charged over Penrith home invasion

A man will face court today charged over an alleged home invasion at a Penrith home yesterday.

Who you gonna call? Meet Penrith’s ghostbusting duo

Local husband and wife team travel far and wide to connect with spirits.

Accused puppy scammer refused bail

The Oxley Park man accused of running a nation-wide online puppy scam was already on bail and prevented from accessing social media and trading websites, Penrith Local Court has heard.

Podcast: Balance the key for Noemie on and off the water

Noemie Fox grew up surrounded by sport, adventure and a love for the outdoors.

Love of writing leads to growing collection of published books

Hayley Walsh is an Aged Care Clinical Nurse Consultant by day and an author by night.

COVID-19 survivor Jean Steele celebrates 102nd birthday

Jean Steele celebrated her 102nd birthday on Tuesday but this milestone is even more of an achievement than you may think.

Fitness for all abilities: New local health initiative launches

St Clair coach Luke Buttigieg has teamed up with Think Fit gym to launch a disability specific exercise program called Ability Fit.

Locals flock to craft stores as mask demand sparks sewing revival

Residents are flocking to local fabric and craft stores amid the state’s COVID-19 mask recommendations,

The show must go on: Stage performances return to The Joan

The Joan is unlocking its theatre doors and breathing life back into its spaces.