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Good Fry-day: Takeaway shops prepare for busiest day of the year

Penrith local business Fish Fish is set to have its biggest day of the year on Good Friday.

Concern over lack of buses for Jordan Springs students

Jordan Springs community members are expressing their frustrations over the lack of dedicated bus services for students at Jordan Springs Public School.

Unique High Street commercial and residential offering hits the market

Space in the first of two buildings aiming to provide more commercial and residential space on High Street has officially entered the market.

Melissa McIntosh endorsed as Liberal Candidate for Lindsay

Melissa McIntosh will fight her third straight Federal Election after being endorsed as the Liberal candidate for Lindsay for the next poll.

Minns milestone: Premier celebrates one year in government

Labor has celebrated one year in government by declaring there's more to do, while claiming it's meeting the mandate handed to it by New South Wales voters.

NSW Health set to drop vaccine mandate

The State Government is poised to drop COVID-19 vaccine mandates for New South Wales Health staff.

Podcast: On The Record – Jim Penman

As the founder and CEO of Jim's Group, Jim Penman created one of the biggest franchising businesses in the world.

Police seek man after suspicious house fire

Police are appealing for information as they continue to investigate a suspicious house fire Penrith.

Push to end stereotypes this World Down Syndrome Day

When Claremont Meadows mum Julie Louden found out her baby girl had Down syndrome, she said she couldn’t understand what all the fuss was about – until a specialist gave her a reason to.

Godfreys to close all remaining stores, marking end of an era for one-time retail...

Australian vacuum retailer Godfreys has officially collapsed less than two months after entering Voluntary Administration, with the final remaining Penrith store set to close imminently.

Council working on Ripples fix after major filtration failure

Penrith City Council has re-affirmed its commitment to Ripples St Marys, despite issues preventing it from being fully operational.

$23.5 million proposal to build new apartments, retail in St Marys

Plans for a multi-level apartment building and retail hub in St Marys have been revealed with a Development Application being lodged last week.

Generosity of local Lions Clubs shines bright

Lions Clubs of Cambridge Park, Emu Plains and Penrith have joined forces to gift Cranebrook boy Matthew Brown a RAD Race Runner, enabling him to pursue his passion for athletics.

Everyone can play a part in saving Penrith’s restaurants

There's blame to go around, but we can all play a part in trying to save Penrith's dining scene.

Police search for two brothers missing from St Clair

Police are appealing for public assistance to locate two brothers from St Clair who haven't been seen since early this morning.

Podcast: On The Record – Marise Payne

Former Defence Minister and Foreign Affairs Minister Marise Payne joins us 'On The Record' to discuss her extraordinary career in politics.

Motorcycle rider dies in M4 crash

A motorcycle rider has died after a crash on the M4 last night.

Council to “review” parking fine process following government request

Drivers issued with parking fines by local Councils should be immediately notified, the State Government says.

Podcast: 10 Minute Match Day Round 2 – Panthers v Eels

Troy Dodds and Nathan Taylor gear up for game day with the 10 Minute Match Day Podcast.

Hitchen confirms she’ll exit Council at end of current term

Former Penrith Mayor and long-time Councillor Tricia Hitchen has confirmed she won’t be recontesting her spot on Council at the upcoming election.